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What is the series of steps/commands to install Joomla (3.3) on the Xampp (1.8.3-5)? on the CentOS (7.0?)

Previously a user walked me through all the steps and command to install Xampp, just looking for something similiar to get Joomla installed as well. Almost done!

Thank you so much,
HappyT
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Grab the installer here
https://bitnami.com/stack/xampp#joomla
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Thank you Gary. Downloading now.

Do you know what commands I should input to get it installed?

Thank you much,
HappyT
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Which version did you download - just amend the file name below if necessary

chmod +x bitnami-joomla-3.3.3-1-module-linux-installer.run

./bitnami-joomla-3.3.3-1-module-linux-installer.run

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...and follow the prompts
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I am logged in as root and remember doing the same 2 steps to install Xampp.

However when I try to install the 64bit installer, I get 2 errors:

line 1: syntax error near unexpected token 'newline'
line 1: '<DOCTYPE html>'

Any advice?
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Its working now. Somehow downloaded something else. As soon as I re-downloaded it work.

500 points to you sir. Thanks for the help!

HappyT
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Hi Gary,

I am trying to install again on a new server (almost same as the old). Have the newest Xampp installed on
CentOS 7.

When I try to run those 2 commands, nothing happens. I am logged in a root and even placed the Joomla module installer in the root directory. So far nothing works.

HappyT
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