Remember you must set the
$DRUPAL_HOME environment variable if you want to cut-and-paste the commands below. See DRUPAL_HOME Variable
Tripal v3.x requires several Drupal modules. These include Entity, Views, CTools, Display Suite, Field Group, Field Group Table, Field Formatter Class and Field Formatter Settings modules. Modules can be installed using the graphical Drupal website by clicking on the Modules link in the top adminstrative menu bar. Instructions for instaling Modules via the web-interface can be found here: https://www.drupal.org/documentation/install/modules-themes/modules-7. However, Drush can be quicker for module installation. The following instructions will show how to install a module using the Drush command-line tool.
First, install the Entity module. We will download the current version using the drush command. On the command-line, execute the following:
cd $DRUPAL_HOME/sites/all/modules drush pm-download entity
Typically for all module installation we should check the README for additional installation instructions. Next, enable the module using a drush command:
drush pm-enable entity
For basic Tripal functionality you must also enable the Views and CTools modules. You can specify as many module as desired on one line:
drush pm-download views ctools drush pm-enable views views_ui ctools
Finally, Tripal works best when it can provide default display layouts. To support default layouts you must also enable the remaining dependencies:
drush pm-download ds field_group field_group_table field_formatter_class field_formatter_settings drush pm-enable ds field_group field_group_table field_formatter_class field_formatter_settings
Optionally, you can install the ckeditor module. This module provides a nice WYSIWYG editor that allows you to edit text on your site using a graphical editor. Otherwise, if you need images or formatting (e.g. underline, bold, headers) you would be required to write HTML. It is recommended that this module be installed to improve the user experience:
drush pm-download ckeditor drush pm-enable ckeditor
Finally, we need an more recent version of JQuery that what comes with Drupal. We can get this by installing the JQuery update module.
drush pm-download jquery_update drush pm-enable jquery_update