Clone the latest version of Croogo 1.4, copy it into the /app folder of a CakePHP 2 install, then upload all these files to your server.
CakePHP uses the /app/tmp directory for a number of different operations. Model descriptions, cached views, and session information are just a few examples. As such, make sure the /app/tmp directory in your cake installation is writable by the web server user.
Croogo also needs you to make /app/Config writable so it can update config
files and to upload files through Croogo you need to make
/app/webroot/uploads writeable too.
Web based installer
- Visit http://your-site.com/ from your browser and follow the instructions.
Cloning the git repository
Repository contains 'app' directory only. You need to upload CakePHP 2.0.x related files yourself. The default directory structure of a working application is:
- app/ (only content of this directory is available in the Croogo repository)
Download latest version of CakePHP from here: http://github.com/cakephp/cakephp/downloads.