How do you install Moodle on SharePoint?


Enabling Microsoft Office SharePoint Server as the File System for Moodle Safeguarding files saved in Moodle just got better.  As the title suggests, the white paper explains how IT Pros and partners can configure Moodles to use Microsoft SharePoint, a world class content management system, as the file system for all of their Moodle instances. Continue reading “How do you install Moodle on SharePoint?”

Replace standard Moodle 2.0 Icons


  How to replace standard Moodle 2.0 Icons to something fancy. Image locations within Moodle Core images are used throughout Moodle and are stored in moodle/pix. The pix directory contains the following subdirectories: a – Icons that are not widely used c – Calendar-related icons f – File icons for different file types g –Continue reading “Replace standard Moodle 2.0 Icons”

Install Moodle 2.0 in Zend Server running on Windows 2008


If you need to know how to install Zend Server in Windows 2008 server, please visit my previous post: http://virtualizesharepoint.com/2011/04/26/installing-zend-server-community-edition-ce-in-windows-2008-server/ Copy Moodle to Zend Server directory 1. Download Standard Moodle Packages from http://download.moodle.org/ and unzip the files 2. Go to your ZEND directory where you will see four folders.  Apache2, MySQL51, phpMyAdmin and Zend ServerContinue reading “Install Moodle 2.0 in Zend Server running on Windows 2008”

It is required that you store all your data in Unicode format (UTF-8), while installing Moodle 2.0


Getting error message while Installing Moodle 2.0 It is required that you store all your data in Unicode format (UTF-8). New installations must be performed into databases that have their default character set as Unicode. If you are upgrading, you should perform the UTF-8 migration process (see the Admin page). Solution: 1. Open your MoodleContinue reading “It is required that you store all your data in Unicode format (UTF-8), while installing Moodle 2.0”