Magento is an ecommerce platform built on open source technology which provides online merchants with a flexible shopping cart system, as well as control over the look, content and functionality of their online store. Magento offers powerful marketing, search engine optimization, and catalog-management tools.
How to install Magento 2 command line and interface
This installation guide will show you how to install Magento 2 latest version on your own server or hosting for Magento 2
- Step 1: Getting started: select solution
- Step 2: Install Magento 2 Step by Step
- Step 3: Check the result
Step 1: Getting started: select solution
There are some solutions we can get started.
- Install from Zip file: Easy installation, no command line.
- Metapackage: Use Composer to install Magento
Install from Git repository: Contributing developer In this guide, we will show how to install as the #1 solution. It is easy to get started.
- Prerequisites Before you continue, make sure you’ve finished all of the following:
- Set up a server that meets our system requirements
- Create the Magento file system owner
Step 2: Install Magento 2 Step by Step
- Download Magento packages
- Upload to your server
- Update permission
- Running the Magento Setup Wizard
- Finish installation process
2.1. Download Magento packages
2.2. Upload to your server
Let’s download a zip file and now time to upload it to the server. You can use WinSCP, Filezilla to upload it to the server, then extract it to public_html directory (let’s call it: Magento root directory).
- If you are using shared hosting, you can use unzip/extract feature to extract the Magento package.
- If you are running on your server, let follow the commands:
File format and command
# File .tar.gz tar zxf <filename> # File .zip unzip <filename>
Add write permission for the following folders:
var, app/etc, pub by running below command line:
chmod 777 -R var chmod 777 -R app/etc chmod 777 -R pub
You may get this error if it does not have permission.
2.3. Running the Magento Setup Wizard
The Setup Wizard is a multi-page wizard that enables you to go back and forward one page at a time. You cannot skip pages, and you must enter all required information on every single page before you can proceed to the next page.
- Enter the following URL in your browser address bar:
http://www.example.com/magento2. example.com is your domain name such as: localhost, localhost.com, 127.0.0.1 or your staging domain.
magento2is Magento 2 folder in
htdocsUsually, it is
- On the initial page, click
Agree and Set Up Magento. Continue with the following topics in the order presented to complete the installation.
2.3.1. Readiness Check
Start Readiness Check. If any errors are displayed, you must resolve them before you continue. Click More detail if available to see more information about each check.
2.3.2 Add a Database
Fill database information then click
2.3.3 Web Configuration
- Enter the following information:
- Your Store Address:
- Magento Admin Address: Enter the relative URL by which to access the Magento Admin. e.g: secret, backend
- Your Store Address:
- Then click
2.3.4. Customize Your Store
- From the Store Default Time Zone list, click the name of your store’s time zone.
- From the Store Default Currency list, click the default currency to use in your store.
- From the Store Default Language list, click the default language to use in your store.
- Expand Advanced Modules Configuration to optionally enable or disable modules before you install the Magento software.
Important!: Use Skip dependency check for individual modules with caution. We recommend against it because a typical reason for this error is you manually edited the deployment configuration. Editing the deployment configuration is not recommended because future Magento software updates can undo your changes.
2.3.5. Create Admin Account
Now enter admin information such as
- New Username
- New E-Mail
- New Password
- Confirm Password
- Then click Next
After completing all previous steps in the Setup Wizard, click
Installation Success The message Success will be displayed to indicate a successful installation.
Step 3: Check the result
Now go to the frontend and backend to see the result