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Magento 2.x. How to install Magento engine and template on localhost (using fullpackage.zip)

This tutorial will show you how to install Magento 2 engine and template on localhost using fulpackage.zip.

Magento 2.x. How to install Magento engine and template on localhost (using fullpackage.zip)

  1. Download the template to your computer and unzip it.

  2. Copy and extract the fullpackage.zip file to your server:

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  3. Copy the sources/sample_data/pub folder to the root of your server where you have Magento engine files:

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  4. Create a database for your site and import the dump.sql.gz file provided in the template download package in \sources\sample_data folder:

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  5. Go to your site URL to start the installation process:

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  6. Prior to beginning the installation process, we recommend that you check the System Requirements: http://devdocs.magento.com/guides/v2.0/install-gde/system-requirements.html

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  7. Click on the Next button to proceed:

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  8. Specify your Database details and click on the Next button to proceed:

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  9. Follow the installation process:

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  10. Specify your Admin Details:

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  11. Click on the Install Now button:

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  12. Wait for the installation to complete:

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  13. We can access the Admin panel by clicking on the Launch Magento Admin button:

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  14. Note: When installing Magento locally, you may experience issues with missing .CSS and .JS file. In order to fix the problem, please follow these steps:

    1. In php.ini file, make sure that memory_limit value is not less than 256M:

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    2. Go to the root directory of your site and hold down Shift key and right click to select the Open command window here:

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    3. Run the following command:

      php bin/magento setup:static-content:deploy

      This will copy the static resources from each module to the pub/static folder. This process may take a while:

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    4. Once it is done, go back to your site and refresh the page. Now our Magento Admin panel is working correctly:

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  15. Go to your site front and enjoy Magento 2 template.

Thank you for reading this video tutorial. Now you know how to install Magento 2 engine and template on localhost using fullpackage.

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Magento 2.x. How to install Magento engine and template on localhost (using fullpackage.zip)