Install Moodle 2.2 on BlueHost.com Server Part 1

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Install Moodle 2.2

ThomasBartleyEdu

6 Comments
  • davidgoja
    Posted at 05:02h, 06 July

    Simply awesome! Thank you, works like a charm.

  • Karishma Gurtu
    Posted at 00:02h, 17 May

    Thank You

  • Nestor Benavidez
    Posted at 04:18h, 06 August

    Blue host.. has PHP 5.2, 5.3, 5.4.. which one is better? the 5.4?? thanks !

  • Thomas Bartley
    Posted at 19:11h, 06 August

    I really don't know. I only know what works with Blue Host and Moodle 2.2+. I only look at the requirements it takes to run Moodle, and that's what I used. I've never had any problems with Moodle on my servers, so as long as you're using the what's required, you shouldn't have any problems. Sorry I couldn't be more help.

  • Ian Abrahams
    Posted at 12:27h, 04 May

    Thanks Thomas. Even though this is for Moodle V2.2, I followed your very clear instructions and installed V 2.8 on BlueHost.com without any issue. Appreciate your time & effort put into this tutorial (Part 1 & 2). It is much appreciated. Cheers Ian

  • Mohammad Saab
    Posted at 14:42h, 30 April

    I can't find unlimited FTP icon in files section

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