Mantis

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Manual
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Manual
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Last Modified: April 22, 2005 05:04AM

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This is the manual for Mantis version 1.0.0. The Mantis manual is modeled after the PHP Manual. It is authored via the "manual" module in Mantis CVS. You can view the latest snapshot of the manual from here. You can download it for offline use here.

Contents
1. About Mantis .......................................................................................5 1. About the Name .........................................................................7 2. History .....................................................................................8 3. Minimum Requirements ...............................................................9 4. Download................................................................................. 11 2. Installation ........................................................................................ 12 1. Backups .................................................................................. 15 2. Upgrading ............................................................................... 16 3. CVS Integration ....................................................................... 17 4. Uninstall .................................................................................. 18 3. Configuration .................................................................................... 19 1. Database ................................................................................ 20 2. Path ....................................................................................... 21 3. Webserver .............................................................................. 22 4. Version ................................................................................... 23 5. Email…...

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