This page collects the information about the file system and web address that XOOPS needs to operate. The installer will attempt to guess this information based on the URL you are using to access it, and the locations of the running PHP scripts.
After reviewing and correcting any issues, select the "Continue" button to proceed.
Physical path to the XOOPS documents (served) directory WITHOUT trailing slash
Physical path to the XOOPS data files (writable) directory WITHOUT trailing slash. Locate the folder out of XOOPS document root to make it secure.
Physical path to the XOOPS library directory WITHOUT trailing slash. Locate the folder out of XOOPS document root to make it secure.
Main URL that will be used to access your XOOPS installation. XOOPS will use this to build all URL inside of XOOPS. If you want an https site, be sure to specify it. If you want/don't want a leading www. on your site domain, be sure to specify it how you want.
This will default to the URL used to launch the installer.
Domain to set cookies. May be blank, the full host from the URL (www.example.com), or the registered domain without subdomains (example.com) to share across subdomains (www.example.com and blog.example.com.)
If any of the entered paths cannot be found, an error will be displayed. Correct any issues before continuing.
You can view extended descriptions during the install process. Selecting the "life preserver" icon in the top corner of the page toggles the display of the extended descriptions.