System's options are stored in the
/typo3conf/localconf.php) file. If necessary, you can edit and complement options manually using one of the text editors. We added the following values:
$TYPO3_CONF_VARS['GFX']['im'] = '1';
describes that we will use ImageMagick.
$TYPO3_CONF_VARS['GFX']['gdlib_2'] = '1';
enables the usage of GDLib2 (if applicable).
$TYPO3_CONF_VARS['GFX']['im_version_5'] = 'im6';
we're using ImageMagick v.6, so we entered
You can set this flag depending on the version of ImageMagick that you use. Values can be
im4, im5, im6, or
gm (if you need to use GraphicsMagick instead of IM).
$TYPO3_CONF_VARS['GFX']['gdlib_png'] = '1';
1 to generate text as images in PNG format. Also, you can leave this value at
0 to keep it in GIF format.
$TYPO3_CONF_VARS['GFX']['im_imvMaskState'] = '1';
inverts the state of
im_negate_mask if set.
$TYPO3_CONF_VARS['GFX']['im_v5effects'] = '1';
sets the Install Tool password
berriesshop (md5 hashed). You can set it at the About section, or if necessary, create the md5 hash by yourself.
$TYPO3_CONF_VARS['BE']['forceCharset'] = 'utf-8';
by default, the TYPO3 administration panel is called Backend and has charset iso-8859-1, but we switched it to
After these changes, save your
localconf.php file and upload it to the web server.
Now you can log into the administration panel (backend) with the default username
admin and password
To be safe do the following:
Change the default password for the user
admin(at the backend section User settings).
Change the TYPO3 Install tool password (at the About section of the Install Tools).
web space/web server.
Also, you'll be informed about the undone security operations when you log into the TYPO3 backend. More important security aspects are described in the TYPO3 Security Cookbook. You can find it at the TYPO3 homepage: http://typo3.org/teams/security/resources/.