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192.168.1.2/moodle) or the network name of the serving computer (e.g.network_name_of_serving_machine/moodle) as the web root. Depending on your LAN setup, it may be better to use the network name of the computer rather than its (private) ip address, because the ip address can and will change from time to time.Note: Even though it is not recommended by most experts, you could install a Graphical User Interface (desktop) by issuing the command 'sudo tasksel' and choosing (with the Space Bar) to install 'Ubuntu desktop' Since we setup a local repository in the previous step, you will copy it to your webroot after any updates and making changes.
After you have added the plug-in and any other changes you might have made you will need to edit the file located in /opt/moodle/.git/info/exclude.First we need to change the default storage engine to innodb and change the default file format to Barracuda, this is a new setting compared to previous versions.You also need to set innodb_file_per_table in order for Barracuda to work properly. SERVER/moodle Follow the prompts: /var/moodledata Choose: mysqli Host server: localhost Database: moodle User: moodledude (the user you created when setting up the database) Password: passwordformoodledude (the password for the user you created) Tables Prefix: mdl_ This will indicate if any elements required to run moodle haven't been installed.In the installation instructions, one of the suggested settings for 'webroot' is 'localhost'.
This is fine if all you want to do is some local testing of your new Moodle installation.
Visit you do not want your end users to type and just want them to navigate to you will need to edit the site configuration for Apache which will tell Apache to use the /var/www/html/moodle as the root directory and not /var/www/html Open up the Apache sites config and change the document root Important note!