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>One of the main design goals of phpBugTracker is to make installation and administration easy.  In fact, the difficulty of installing bugzilla was a key motivator for phpBugTracker's existence.</P
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>Here is a list of things you need to have installed before you can install phpBugTracker:</P
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>A web server (Apache, IIS, etc.) configured to run PHP scripts.  The PHP version must be later than 4.0.6.</P
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>PEAR::DB.  This is the database abstraction layer that comes with PEAR, which is included with recent distributions of PHP.</P
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>A database server.  phpBugTracker has been tested with MySQL, PostgreSQL (&gt;= 7.1 required) and Oracle 8.  If you wish to run this package on another type of database, I am more than willing to support more types of databases if you are willing to help with testing.</P
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>A database created on your database server for use with phpBugTracker.  You will need to supply this database name during the installation process.</P
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>Smarty templates (<A
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