You should download the .zip file, unzip it on your local machine, and then use a FTP program to upload the files to your server.
Alternatively, if you have ssh access it's faster to download the .tar.gz file, upload it to your server and then unpack it by running:
tar xfz community-7.0.2a.tar.gz
If you want to run Zenario in the root of a domain (e.g. http://example.com/), you should place the files into your server's web directory (sometimes called the public HTML directory or the document root) .
If you want to run Zenario from a subdirectory (e.g. http://example.com/cms/), you should create a subdirectory with the correct name inside your server's web directory and place the files in there.
You will need to create two directories:
These should not be publicly accessible, so you should create them outside of your web directory. Zenario will need to write files and folders to these directories, so you need to make them writable, e.g. on a UNIX/Linux server:
chmod 777 backup/ chmod 777 docstore/
There are four directories in the CMS that you need to make writable:
E.g. on a UNIX/Linux server:
chmod 777 cache/ chmod 777 private/ chmod 777 public/ chmod 777 zenario_custom/templates/grid_templates/ chmod 666 zenario_custom/templates/grid_templates/*.css chmod 666 zenario_custom/templates/grid_templates/*.tpl.php
You can optionally make the zenario_siteconfig.php file writable for a smoother install process.
To run the installer you need to visit your site using a browser - e.g. by going to http://example.com, or http://example.com/cms/ if you are running from a subdirectory.
The installer will then take you through the installation process, during which you will need to enter:
No-one apart from you (and any other administrators you create) can see your site until you enable it. To enable your site: