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This page describes the initial setup procedure of phTagr to initialize and configure phTagr. It assumes that you successfully installed all the required software (see HowToInstall).

You init phTagr either through the system wide environment http://localhost/cake/phtagr/setup or through your home directory http://localhost/~YOURNAME/cake/phtagr/setup.

All modifications assumes that you are in the directory of phtagr (e.g. /var/www/cake/phtagr/ or ~/public_html/cake/phtagr).

Security Salt

phTagr has a security salt which is used for password and session encryption. Therefore this must be changed first (otherwise the setup session would not working properly). If the file ./config/core.php is writeable phTagr changes the security salt by its own. Otherwise you get an hint to change it manually


If your web server, cake and phTagr are working properly (and the security salt is changed), you get an welcome screen

Continue on clicking on click on here.


phTagr checks if the required paths are writeable. Usually it should be already done in the install procedure but maybe something went wrong. So you get following screen to change the paths

Database Connection

Now phTagr request the correct database connection. If phTagr can write into the path ./config you will get following screen to complete all the settings for you database connection

If the directory ./config is not writable you get an sample file for the database which should be writen to ./config/database.php. Please edit the page by your own.

After successfull database connection phTagr initializes now all the required tables.

Admin User

phTagr requests now some data for the admin account.

Please fill out the form with our prefered name, password and email. This email will be used for password recovery or comment notification.

External Programs

phTagr uses several external programs to create thumnails, flash videos and other stuff. These programs are now setup. phTagr looks at /usr/bin, and /usr/local/bin. You have to enter it manulay if phTagr could not find it.

Note: To create proper flash videos ffmpeg should be built with mp3 support!


If everything works well phTagr is now ready to run! Graulations!