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ATutor readme:

To install ATutor, point your web browser to the installation directory where ATutor was extracted, and follow the Installer's instructions. e.g. http://localhost/ATutor

For full installation instructions see: https://atutor.github.io/atutor/docs/installation

Installing from a Github Clone (assuming you know Github)

  1. Fork ATutor into your own Github account, at: https://github.com/atutor/ATutor

  2. Clone ATutor from the fork you created into the document root of your webserver (for convenience), with: git clone https://github.com/yourname/ATutor.git

  3. Before running the Installer, create an empty config.inc.php file in the ATutor/include/ directory. If you have a command line to work from, while located in the ATutor directory, create the file with:

touch include/config.inc.php

  1. Follow the installation instructions at the link above.

  2. Or, follow the instructions given by the ATutor Installer.

GitHub Basics If you want to contribute to ATutor, a few Git basics will describe how. See: https://atutor.github.io/atutor/docs/dev_with_github.html

For additional ATutor documentation, see the ATutor Handbook in ATutor, or at the following links:

Administrators https://atutor.github.io/atutor/handbook/admin.html

Instructors: https://atutor.github.io/atutor/handbook/instructor.html

Users: https://atutor.github.io/atutor/handbook/users.html

Have fun, and take it places!

greg


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