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to your cPanel account.

In the “Software” > “Softaculous App Installer”.

Softaculous App Installer

You will be redirected from cPanel to the Softaculous Panel.

Navigate to “Portal/CMS” at the left side of your screen, click on it, “Mambo” link will appear, again, click on it.

portal cms Mambo

Finally, tap on the “Install” button.

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Now, write all the appropriate information in the relevant “Software Setup” fields:

Choose Protocol: leave this as it is.

Choose Domain: leave this as it is. You will only need to make changes If you have multiple domains.

In Directory: If you want to install this in a directory, like testdomain.com/forums, enter the directory name. Else, leave this blank to install in your main domain testdomain.com.

Data Directory: Leave this as it is.

Write all the appropriate information in the “Site Settings” field:

Site Name: Enter the name of your website, such as “Mambo”.

Site Description: Site Description.

Write the appropriate data Under “Database Settings” field:

database settings Mambo

Table Prefix: You can leave this as it is.

Write all the appropriate information under the “Admin Account” field:

admin account Mambo

Admin Username: Your new mambo username (Avoid using “Administrator” or the “Admin” username).

Admin Password: Type strong password.

Real Name: Write your full name

Admin Email: Write your e-mail address.

Note: Remember your admin username and password or copy that on a notepad as you will be required to add these login details for the access of the admin area of your Mambo Website.

Choose the language of your choice in the “Language” filed.

You can choose your native language. English is by-default.

Advanced Options: Again, leave it as it is. In case, you want to edit the Database name or you require an automatic backup, you may need to make changes.

Remember: Creating many backups will have most of the disk space.

At the end of your screen, click on the “install” button.

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