How to install moodle in Kali (Debian)

Web Server (Apache highly recommended)
Database Server (MySQL or PostgreSQL recommended)
PHP, PHP-MySQL mod (or mod for your database)
Various PHP modules necessary for Moodle
-apt-get install apache2 php5 mysql-server php5-mysql libapache2-mod-php5 php5-gd php5-curl php5-xmlrpc php5-intl php-mbstring curl libcurl3-dev libcurl3
#(important for postgresql database usage)
-apt-get install php5-pgsql
-apt-get install clamav-base clamav-freshclam clamav(The clamav package will support virus checking on file uploads into Moodle. May have to run it again
to configure properly)

then change php settings by opening this file: php.ini
-vi /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini
then add these lines under Dynamic extensions
(here you are configuring php to communicate properly with mysql)

(here you are configuring php to communicate properly with postgresql)

then search and adjust these values accordingly
memory_limit=40M(mine was 128M so i didnt change)
post_max_size = 80M
upload_max_filesize = 80M

SETUP DATABASE(Postgresql recommended)
login to automatic postgres user(its the default user for postgresql)
-sudo su postgres
Log into the PostgreSQL command line client
-psql -U postgres
After some preamble you should see the prompt postgres=#.

Create the user for the Moodle database and assign a password:
-CREATE USER moodleuser WITH PASSWORD ‘moodleuser123’;

Create the database:
postgres=# CREATE DATABASE moodle WITH OWNER moodleuser;

**Character set and encoding
CREATE DATABASE moodle WITH OWNER moodleuser ENCODING ‘UTF8′ LC_COLLATE=’en_US.utf8′ LC_CTYPE=’en_US.utf8’ TEMPLATE=template0;

first create a directory where moodle will be installed
-mkdir /var/www/moodle
-Download moodle from the site:
go to the directory containing the download
– tar xzpf moodle-latest-28.tgz -C /var/www/
make moodledata directory
-mkdir /var/www/moodle/moodledata

Set permissions(www-data is apache in debian)
-chown -R www-data:www-data /var/www/moodle/moodle/
-chmod -R 0755 /var/www/moodle/moodle/

-chown -R www-data:www-data /var/www/moodle/moodledata/
-chmod 0755 /var/www/moodle/moodledata/

(Optional step,though this is what i did;saves time typing the whole path to the moodle directory)
Change Apache to use Moodle as website
Note that the server comes with Apache running and looking at the /var/www directory. But there is nothing in that folder, so one just gets a redirect. Edit as follows to have it point at Moodle instead:
-vi /etc/apache2/sites-available/default

On about line 4, change DocumentRoot “/var/www/moodle/moodle” to
DocumentRoot “/var/www/moodle”
On about line 10, change <Directory “/var/www/moodle/moodle”> to
<Directory “/var/www/moodle/”>

Final Install
(if option above was used,first time install = localhost/install.php)

type : localhost/moodle/moodle in browser

How to install Odoo/Openerp in Kali (Debian)

After clean install
– update and upgrade system

Add user ‘openerp’ and such that it belongs to group’openerp’
–sudo adduser –system –home=/opt/openerp –group openerp.
-sudo su – openerp -s /bin/bash

login in back as root create passwd and add user to sudo
create password for user ‘openerp’as root
-passwd openerp

Add openerp to sudo group
usermod -a -G sudo openerp

Install postgresql
-sudo apt-get install postgresql
-sudo apt-get install pgadmin3
then start service:
– sudo service postgresql start
then log in postgre
-sudo su postgres e.g openerp@openerp-desktop:/$ sudo su postgres
then create user openerp
-createuser openerp
(y for super user)
view table created
-psql -l
select template and add rights
-psql template1
-template1=# alter role openerp with password ‘postgres’;
then exit (Ctrl+D)

Installation of Odoo


log on as root
(-adding the download URL (address) to the aptitude repository sources as root)

-echo “deb ./” >> /etc/apt/sources.list
then update system
-apt-get update
(Note: The OpenERP package itself is not signed, and a cryptographic key is not provided. Therefore, aptitude will warn you that it can not be authenticated, requesting you to install it without verification)
then install openerp

logon back as openerp
-sudo mkdir /var/lib/openerp
-apt-get install openerp
confirm dependancies and without verification
then start apache2
-service apache2 start

Add the following line to the openerp-server.conf/odoo-server.conf file:
logfile = /var/log/openerp/openerp-server.log/(logfile = /var/log/odoo/odoo-server.log)
-vi /etc/openerp/openerp-server.conf

then make the log file
-sudo mkdir /var/log/openerp OR (odoo) depending

Add permissions
add permissions to user ‘openerp’ to the openerp-server configuration file
-sudo chown openerp: /etc/openerp/openerp-server.conf
sudo chmod 640 /etc/openerp/openerp-server.conf

add permissions to openerp,assuming the openerp server is running under user’openerp’,to install addons
-chmod 775 /usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/openerp/addons/
-chown root.openerp /usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/openerp/addons/

-To start the Odoo server type:
sudo /etc/init.d/openerp start
sudo service openerp start

Download the latest file
Install OpenERP server.
-sudo dpkg -i openerp_6.1-1-1_all.deb
-sudo apt-get install openerp -f
reboot and start server

Access the Web Client using http://ip:8069
in case of this error:DataError: new encoding (UTF8) is incompatible with the encoding of the template database (SQL_ASCII
do the following:
sudo -u postgres psql postgres
update pg_database set datallowconn = TRUE where datname = ‘template0’;
\c template0
update pg_database set datistemplate = FALSE where datname = ‘template1’;
drop database template1;
create database template1 with template = template0 encoding = ‘UTF8’;
update pg_database set datistemplate = TRUE where datname = ‘template1’;
\c template1
update pg_database set datallowconn = FALSE where datname = ‘template0’;
(press Ctrl-D to quit from psql)
restart odoo and try again.