Magento Installation Guide

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At the base level, Magento will require the following software. (You can check your system compatibility using this [[http://www.magentocommerce.com/knowledge-base/entry/how-do-i-know-if-my-server-is-compatible-with-magento|testing script]].) At the base level, Magento will require the following software. (You can check your system compatibility using this [[http://www.magentocommerce.com/knowledge-base/entry/how-do-i-know-if-my-server-is-compatible-with-magento|testing script]].)
-1 - **Linux**, Windows, or another UNIX-compatible operating system 
-2 - **Apache Web Server** (1.x or 2.x) +Current system requirements are posted [[http://magento.com/resources/system-requirements|here]].
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-3 - **PHP 5.2.13 or newer**, with the following extensions/addons: +
-    *PDO/MySQL +
-    *MySQLi +
-    *mcrypt +
-    *mhash +
-    *simplexml +
-    *DOM +
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-4 - **MySQL 4.1.20 or newer** +
-  *InnoDB storage engine +
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-5 - **Sendmail-compatible Mail Transfer Agent** (MTA) +
-    *Magento will connect directly to an SMTP server if you don't have an MTA+
We also recommend the use of APC as a bytecode cache for performance improvements. You can find it in the PECL archives here:  http://pecl.php.net/package/APC. Other bytecode cache systems are not supported at this time. We also recommend the use of APC as a bytecode cache for performance improvements. You can find it in the PECL archives here:  http://pecl.php.net/package/APC. Other bytecode cache systems are not supported at this time.



 

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