Originally Posted by TomL.
It's very self-explanatory.
Copy the files from the repository, run the install.sh and fill in the informations.
After that's done you simply run the start.py file and the webinterface should be accessible.
If that's too complicated for you, you might be better off using managed services.
After writing ./install.sh, I could not understand the requested information anyway. It says what information to enter there, but this is exactly what confuses me, actually, the requested information is strange. So if he wrote:
So even if it says like this, I understand, the texts on the command lines are weird.