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    How can i install flynax

    i just got my software today. How can i install on my server?
    I could not find any manual about that. My server is hostgator.

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    Just intall it:

    and fallow the instruction

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    go to www.flynax.com, login to your customer section, download the newest software, upload it to your server then run install as mentioned above

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    Just submit a ticket via your Flynax customer area and they will install it for

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    Flynax, please add a link to a very simple install page to the Welcome to Flynax email generated after purchase. Right now it says nothing about a self-install. Download package from login, upload zip file to server, unzip, view the link www.domainname.com/install ... Thank you.

    Software installation
    Flynax Software has Installation Wizard which will help you to install
    it yourself easy, but if you don't have time or just have any problems with installation
    lets us know and we will install the software for you. In this case we will need the
    ftp access details and MySQL database credentials.

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    Hi there,

    Please check following link: http://forum.flynax.com/showthread.p...llation-Manual
    Thank you, Curtis.
    @Flynax Company

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    Curtis thanks for the link but I already guessed and figured it out after looking around this website for an hour wondering why there was no page or link to a "Getting Started" or a "How To Install" page. That link was created in 2014. I saw the nice PDF manuals available from the Login but didn't see any index in the table labeled "Install". Seems like you guys are ignoring a very simple fix to a problem I'm sure other customers are having. Please sticky a clearly labeled forum post title "How To Install" at the top of the Manual sub-forum and add a link to that page in the welcome email for future customers. A nice PDF to match your others would be better. A readme.txt file inside the zip download as a backup in case the file get's handed off to a developer to install. Thanks.

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