Let me try to help.
That documentation supposes that you have already installed Moodle. If this is your scenario, you can follow it. Otherwise, you should install Bitnami Moodle Module latest version on top of your LAMP. After that, the upgrade process could be applied for future versions. Does it make sense?
This documentation explains how to do a full backup of your installation (Apache, MySQL, Moodle... everything). This is useful for migrating your full installation to another server for example.
The difference between a stack and a module are the following:
- Stack: It ships all the necessary to run your app. Bitnami Moodle Stack includes Apache, MySQL, Moodle, PHP...
- Module: It only includes the files of the app (Moodle), and are supposed to be installed on top of a stack that has their requirements (LAMP).
The files under
/opt/bitnami/apps/moodle are totally the same for a stack and for a module.
In order to install a module (in this case module), you only need to execute:
chmod 755 bitnami-moodle-3.8.0-1-module-linux-x64-installer.run
./bitnami-moodle-3.8.0-1-module-linux-x64-installer.run --prefix /opt/bitnami
That way, it will be installed on top of your
/opt/bitnami installation (under
I hope it helps