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Old 01-20-2008, 10:03 AM   #3
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Install it in the site root, public_html. This avoids having to use .htaccess to redirect to domain.com/joomla/index.php
Thanks, Kelvyn. That's exactly the sort of information I was after.

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I assume you are installing Version 1.0.13? We are giving a good test to 1.0.14, now at RC1, and should be at full release in 1-3 weeks. There is an easy update from 13 to 14.
I'm not sure now, because I downloaded it a few weeks ago. I'll do a new download.

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Joomla 1.5 is at RC4 and pretty stable now, full release timescale not yet known. This is an option, and is a much improved CMS, however addons for 1.5 are still few on the ground.
I've bought the vBulletin addon, so had better stick with 1.0.13, I think.

   
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