Xibo-CMS install.php?

How can we install Xibo-cms 1.8.12 when there is no install.php anymore.
Looks like we must use Docker.
We have no docker environment.

Either remove the settings.php file (backup it first) and in the installation process (if you didn’t remove the install folder) use the existing database


Download the release
Unpack it and install xibo with the existing database.

V. 2.3.3 ist Wörth a try

Why do the xibo-cms 2.3.3 or 1.8.12 zip files have no install files like install.php

Because the installation doesn’t use an install.php anymore. The system will go in to install if there’s no settings.php file and you’ve not deleted the install folder.

I’ve got only a blanc page.

Perhaps the install folder has been removed then, or perhaps the version of PHP you’re using isn’t suitable. There’s so many possible reasons I’m afraid. That’s why we recommend using Docker so there aren’t those variables.

Docker without Internet is not that easy " 3 simple steps ?"

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It’s very easy to transfer the docker images you need from a machine that is connected to the internet to the machine that doesn’t have access.

Run the following on an internet connected computer

docker pull xibosignage/xibo-xmr:release-0.8
docker pull xibosignage/xibo-cms:release-2.3.3
docker pull ianw/quickchart
docker pull mysql:5.6
docker save xibosignage/xibo-xmr:release-0.8 > xmr.tar.gz
docker save xibosignage/xibo-cms:release-2.3.3 > cms.tar.gz
docker save mysql:5.6 > mysql.tar.gz
docker save ianw/quickchart > quickchart.tar.gz

Then transfer the three tar.gz files to your server, and run

docker load -i xmr.tar.gz
docker load -i cms.tar.gz
docker load -i mysql.tar.gz
docker load -i quickchart.tar.gz

Then use the docker-compose files we provide as normal.

Thanks got Xibo already working.


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