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How To Install OpenCart 2.0 Through SSH in Only 5 Minutes?

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    Default How To Install OpenCart 2.0 Through SSH in Only 5 Minutes?

    OpenCart is free and open-source, and is available as a quick-install app with several reputed web hosting services. Today, we’re going to take you through the process of setting up your own OpenCart store in five minutes with a simple quick installation process, using Cloudways Hosting as an example. 

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    You need to ensure that your hosting provider allows you to use SSH on your server. On Cloudways, SSH access is provided inside the Cloud Console, our built-in cloud administration panel. If you have SSH access, then the process will be same. Following are the steps to follow:

    Launch PHP Stack
    Login to your SSH Terminal
    Install the version of your choice through wget command
    Unzip the contents
    Move the Upload folder to root folder
    Begin OpenCart Installation
    Remove the “Install” directory
    Your fully functional blazing fast OpenCart store is ready for use

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    Dispatch PHP Stack.

    Login to your SSH Terminal.

    Introduce your preferred adaptation through wget order.

    Unfasten the substance.

    Move the Upload organizer to root envelope.

    Start OpenCart Installation.

    Expel the "Introduce" registry.

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