This is not the only way to install an Allmice CMS Classic Edition website, but it is a way that worked for us.
By reading this tutorial, try to understand the overall logic of the installing process. If this tutorial is not good otherwise to install the system on your operating system, then by understanding such logic, you may figure it out, how it can be installed on your operating system.
The logic of installing Minimal Edition is the same - just pay attention, that the downloaded file name is different in this case.
A LAMP server should be installed to the remote server or localhost computer, where you wish to install an Allmice CMS website.
The Apache2 module mod_rewrite should be enabled before installing the website.
A browser and a terminal program are needed to install the website.
The commands in this tutorial should work on Debian-based Linux systems (like Debian 9, Ubuntu 18.04, etc.).
Next: 1. Download compressed Allmice CMS
Install an Allmice CMS website
1. Download compressed Allmice CMS
2. Extract the file
3. Prepare web directory - 4 options
4. Change file access permissions
5. Prepare the database
6. Configuration if using www subdomain
7. Install the website