Thank you for downloading the Public Knowledge Project's Open Journal Systems. Before proceeding, please read the README file included with this software. For more information about the Public Knowledge Project and its software projects, please visit the PKP web site. If you have bug reports or technical support inquiries about Open Journal Systems, see the support forum or visit PKP's online bug reporting system. Although the support forum is the preferred method of contact, you can also email the team at email@example.com.
If you are upgrading an existing installation of OJS, click here to proceed.
As PKP does not have the resources to test every possible combination of software versions and platforms, no guarantee of correct operation or support is implied.
Changes to these settings can be made after installation by editing the file config.inc.php in the base OJS directory, or using the site administration web interface.
OJS has currently only been tested on MySQL and PostgreSQL, although other database management systems supported by ADOdb may work (in full or partially). Compatibility reports and/or code patches for alternative DBMSs can be sent to the OJS team.
1. The following files and directories (and their contents) must be made writable:
2. A directory to store uploaded files must be created and made writable (see "File Settings" below).
This user account will become the site administrator and have complete access to the system. Additional user accounts can be created after installation.
For complete Unicode (UTF-8) support, select UTF-8 for all character set settings. Please note that full Unicode support requires PHP to be compiled with support for the mbstring library (enabled by default in most recent PHP installations). You may experience problems using extended character sets if your server does not meet these requirements.
Your server currently supports mbstring: Yes
Your server currently allows file uploads: Yes
Your server currently allows a maximum file upload size of: 5120M
OJS requires access to a SQL database to store its data. See the system requirements above for a list of supported databases. In the fields below, provide the settings to be used to connect to the database.