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Cannot Install completely 17 Jun 2016 14:25 #9037

Hi, I'm not a joomla guru, so please be indulgent I've also tried to look in the Faq, but didn't find what i was looking... here's the problem...
I want to give a try at taman template. I'm testing it on a Joomla 3.5. On 2 different computers, the template installed itself very weel. But i don't get how to use the "quickstart" part... The pdf says to unzip (done) and send it via ftp to "the remote"... so i've sent the whole directory "jf_taman-3.0-quickstart" to my joomla root directory. nothing else happened. There's a "install.php", but when i run it from a browser, i keep having an "internal error". Same thing if i copy the content of the directory at joomla's root...

So to be short, i don't know how to handle the quickstart thing. I hope the Php7.0 doesn't bring problems (but i don't think so, as the second computer ahs a lower version...)

Thanks for giving a hand, and hope the question wasn't already answered a thousand time..

Regards

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Re: Cannot Install completely 20 Jun 2016 02:54 #9044

Create empty folder, unzip quickstart to this folder. Then install normal as joomla.

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