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1) Upload Files
Upload the files in "Codes" folder to your web server.
"server.php" file in "ws" folder does not have to be located in "ws" folder. You can also host it in an another server.
2) Configure Your Settings
Configure your database settings and if you want to enable "Forgot Password System" or "Email Activation System", configure email settings in "config.php" file. This file is located in "include" folder.
Then, configure the settings at the beginning of the "server.php" file same as "config.php" file.
3) Run Installation Script
Go to "domain.com/installation.php" page and follow the steps.
4) Open Port
You need to open WebSocket Listener's port. Default value is 9000. This process depands on your server. If you do not know how to open a port, ask how to do to your service provider.
5) Start the WebSocket Listener
To make instant messaging work, you need to start WebSocket Listener on your server. First open a command line or connect to your server with SSH and type the command below.
php -q D:\xampp\htdocs\ws\server.php
"D:\xampp\htdocs\ws\server.php" is the destination of "server.php".
This command line must remain open in order to keep instant messaging working. However, if you connected to your server with SSH, the connection will be timed out. Do the step below.
If your server is Ubuntu (Most linux are the same) and you have cronmod, then you can use the command below to keep the process running.
First type "crontab -e" to your server's command line. Then add the code below.
@reboot (php -q /var/www/html/ws/server.php &)
Then save it.
This will start the WebSocket listener on bootup.
Secure Connection (HTTPS & WSS)
Unfortunately, using HTTPS requires some configuration in the web service. First of all, you need "proxy_wstunnel_module". You can see the loaded modules by creating a php page. Add the code below to see loaded modules.
If "proxy_wstunnel_module" is not loaded, you need to install this module first.
Now, you need to configure "wstunnel.conf" file. Location of this file depands to your web service but I will give you the location for "httpd" and "apache2".
If "wstunnel.conf" file does not exist, create one.
To create and edit over SSH, type the following commant to your SSH.
sudo nano /LOCATION/wstunnel.conf
This command will open a text editor in SSH. Now, type the code below.
ProxyPass /wss ws://IP_OR_DOMAIN:PORT/server.php
Now, to save the file, click "ctrl + x" and type "y", then click "enter".
Now go to Admin Panel > Settings > General Settings and change "WebSocket Listener URL" with "IP_OR_DOMAIN/wss". Don't include the port and "server.php".
"wstunnel.conf" and "config.php" files should look like below.
Finally, restart your web service.
Importing SQL File
To import a SQL file to your database, follow the steps below.
a) Select Your Database
b) Click "Import" Button
c) Browse Your SQL File and Click "Go" Button