i have recently installed magento successfully and have not yet done any magento configurations. i am now trying to install an extension (module-amazon) but all readiness checks are returning errors besides for check updated application availability.
filezilla has returned the following status: Directory listing of "/aonefun.com/public_html/app/magento-module-amazon-3.0.1" successful. would this have anything to do with the actual files uploaded to the magento root directoy?
would the errors point to initial configurations required in magento which i have not yet performed? if so, is there a more user friendly way to resolve these errors rather than coding?
thanks so much
Please follow this solution to install a new module in app/code
Directory listing of "/aonefun.com/public_html/app/magento-module-amazon-3.0.1" successful
== when you install the extension manually through filezilla,
File directories will be like app/code/[company name]/Amazon/
Then block, sql, model etc folders inside.
Once uploaded in this structure, run the below commands from cli or using putty if using windows.
php bin/magento setup:upgrade php bin/magento setup:static-content:deploy -f php bin/magento cache:clean php bin/magento cache:flush php bin/magento indexer:reindex
@marilyn_haft While transferring the code through filezilla check your left end part ie local part contains the app folder and your right hand part ie the server part also containt the app folder.
Then move whole code from left to right and it asks you to merge then merge it.
Hope it helps.
thanks for your reply! didn't quite understand that i need to have a local web directory prior to uploading the extension files to the server. i simply downloaded the zipped extension file to my default downloads folder and then dragged and dropped it from the downloads folder to my site's root folder as instructed. but i did notice that the files copied to a sub folder on the root titled app, which i did not manually create. so if i need to retrace my steps a bit your assistance with doing so is greatly appreciated!!
@marilyn_haft you can find the app folder in the extension which you have donwloaded.
So just take that folder and drop it where you find the app folder on your server.
Similarly you can do with other folders also.
Let me know if you stuck anywhere.