[Tutorial] How to install Magento with Laragon

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    In this tutorial I use Laragon 3.1.x and Magento 2.2.3
    Note: Magento require mod_version for Apache, and soap extension for PHP. You can enable them easily with Laragon.
    Here's how:

    1. Download Magento: https://magento.com/tech-resources/download (Magento Open Source 2.2.3.zip (87.17 MB))
    2. Extract it to: C:\www\laragon\magento
    3. Go to http://magento.test (or http://localhost/magento: OLD WAY)
      If you see 500 error, just enable mod_version in (Menu > Apache > httpd.conf) and Reload Apache
    LoadModule version_module modules/mod_version.so
    1. Now you should see the installation page, click "Agree and Setup Magento":
      0_1521192034274_Screen Shot 2018-03-16 at 4.17.21 PM.png

    2. Click "Start Readiness Check", you'll see a failed check as Magento 2.2.3 needs soap extension. No worry, just click (Menu > PHP > Extensions > soap) to enable it (with Laragon, you don't need to Reload Apache):
      0_1521192049108_Screen Shot 2018-03-16 at 4.18.40 PM.png

    1. Click "Try Again", now everything should be OK - Click "Next"
    2. Create magento database in (Menu > MySQL > Create database).
      From that time, you only need to click "Next" to process.

    That's all forks.

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    When done, you'll see a successful screen like this:
    0_1521193267661_Screen Shot 2018-03-16 at 4.34.35 PM.png


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    Your Magento Store Front:

    0_1521194130870_Screen Shot 2018-03-16 at 4.47.20 PM.png

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    Your Magento Admin:

    0_1521194193528_Screen Shot 2018-03-16 at 4.50.04 PM.png

  • | 465 points

    Thanks for sharing this awesome tutorial, I am hosted with Cloudways and I have installed Magento through their managed Magento hosting platform, Your guide is quite easy for beginners.

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