How to install an Open Source LMS - Part 1
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How to install an Open Source LMS - Part 1

Learn how to install an LMS such as Moodle, Claroline, Chamilo or Opigno on a Linux distribution.
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This course includes
  • 5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 article
  • 24 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Install a Debian Linux distribution in VirtualBox
  • Set up a generic LAMP stack
  • Install Chamilo
  • Install Claroline Connect
  • Install Moodle
  • Install Opigno
  • Monitor Apache, PHP and MariaDB
  • Optimise performance with OPcache and Memcached
Requirements
  • Basic knowledge of a Linux distribution
  • Basic usage of VirtualBox
Description

E-learning for everyone

In this training, you will learn how to set up an Open Source educational platform.

Dissemination of knowledge has never been easier.

Whether in a school, a company, an organisation, etc., install a Learning Management System (LMS) easily.

Rem:

This training is not a course on the use of these LMS, its sole purpose to help you install them and ensure their proper operation.

This training is the english version of the french training entitled Comment installer un LMS Open Source - Part 1

Who this course is for:
  • Teachers with basic knowledge of Linux
  • System and network Administrators
  • Anyone interested in Open Source
Course content
Expand all 33 lectures 04:51:20
+ Setting up the lab
5 lectures 01:05:26
Downloading the training tools
06:02
Installing the training tools
05:33
Checking and setting the tools
19:38
Installing the VM in VirtualBox
06:35
VM Preparation
27:38
+ Generic LAMP stack
7 lectures 01:15:37
Installing Apache
13:59
Configuring Apache
08:23
Secure your LMS with HTTPS
23:13
Installing MariaDB
02:43
Configuring MariaDB
07:55
Installing PHP
09:55
Configuring PHP
09:29
+ Chamilo
4 lectures 24:46
Installing Chamilo
11:08
Quick overview of Chamilo
04:10
Adding Fictional Characters
04:01
Adding a Test Course
05:27
+ Claroline
4 lectures 20:38
Installing Claroline
07:48
Quick overview of Claroline
04:12
Adding Fictional Characters
03:40
Adding a Test Course
04:58
+ Moodle
4 lectures 27:12
Installing Moodle
12:41
Quick overview of Moodle
05:49
Adding Fictional Characters
02:52
Adding a Test Course
05:50
+ Opigno
4 lectures 37:14
Installing Opigno
22:58
Quick overview of Opigno
05:22
Adding Fictional Characters
03:24
Adding a Test Course
05:30
+ Monitoring and optimisation
2 lectures 25:28
Monitoring Apache and MariaDB
06:44
Monitoring OPcache and Memcached
18:44
+ Conclusion
2 lectures 03:18
Conclusion
00:49
UPDATE 20191202
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