How to install Open eShop on Ubuntu
Open EShop On, There are many ecommerce platforms on both Linux and Windows. One of the most widely used eCommerce software is Open eShop. The Open eShop is an open source software for eCommerce platforms that is developed to sell digital goods without commissions. It is written in PHP script which allows you to start selling any digital good, like MP3, eBooks, Movies, Software.. or any service you may offer to customer. This article covers the ground on the installation procedure of Open eShop on Ubuntu.
Many payments system options, like Paypal, Card (using Paymill, Authorize, or Stripe) and Bitpay
Integrated Customer Support System, which fully supports clients through an easy interface, with notifications about new tickets
Discount coupons limited by product, time or availability
Integrated Blog, FAQ and Forum infrastructures
Detailed tracking about store’s performance
License generation for sell digital goods
One server running Ubuntu 16.04
LAMP stack installed on Ubuntu 16.04
Create the new database for open eShop and also createa new user and give privileges by running the following set of commands as follows.
mysql -u root -p
CREATE DATABASE openeshop_db;
CREATE USER ‘openeshop’@’localhost’ IDENTIFIED BY ‘123’;
GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON openeshop_db.* TO ‘openeshop’@’localhost’;
Next, to install Open eShop Lite, download the Open eShop Lite in the web root directory, which is /var/www/html. Create a new directory with the following command.
Move the terminal prompt into this newly created directory.
Download the Open eShop installation script by executing the following wget command.
Change the ownership permission of the downloaded file, then install-eshop.php by running the following command
chown -R www-data:www-data install-eshop.php
Activate the new configuration file by restarting the Apache service.
systemctl restart apache
After finishing Open eShop Installation, switch to a web browser and go to the URL that is configured in VirtualHost file.
The install-eshop.php installer should display the following message:
After clicking the install-eshop.php option it shows the following instruction page below.
On the server, open the php.ini file. And do the following changes as shown above.
; About php.ini ;
; PHP’s initialization file, generally called php.ini, is responsible for
; configuring many of the aspects of PHP’s behavior.
short_open_tag = On
Now restart the Apache service by executing the restart command.
systemctl restart apache2
Again switch over to the browser and refresh the page, it will show the final installation page.
The installation of open eShop is complete. That was an easy installation procedure, Wasn’t it?
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