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The first steps are very straightforward. It's only until you begin the installation that you'll most likely encounter problems. I should note that I'm coming at this from a background in having installed the single-blog version of WordPress many times before with no problems however in hindsight, my assumptions about WordPress have led to problems installing WordPress MU due to the differences between it and the single-blog version of WordPress which I only later discovered - الاشتراك في سوق الاسهم الاماراتي so don't assume.
Briefly, the differences I encountered related to database design and configuration. Another issue I had was due to my local (WAMP) development environment which produced the following error message right from the start:
Step 1: Download WordPress MU
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Step 2: Extract all files into desired folder
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Step 3: Read README.txt
Step 4: Enable mod-rewrite
Step 5: Create Database (without any tables)
Step 6: Begin installation
Step 7: Fail installation and start over
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extracting files again...
Fortunately this time my computer did not hang. If your installation was successful, you will see a screen with the message 'Installation Finished! Congratulations! Your WordPress µ site has been configured."
You can also point your browser to the folder into which you extracted your files (ex: http://www.yourdomain.com/blog/) and if you see your blog title + 'Just another weblog' then you're good to go.
Step 8: Log in and make sure everything looks good
Traditionally you would log in to your WordPress Admin control panel via http://www.yourdomain.com/blog/wp-admin/ however when I do this, I get bounced to http://127.0.0.1/wp-admin/ which just shows 'Not Found'. With WPMU you need to go to http://www.yourdomain.com/blog/wp-login.php and enter the username/password which was given to you on the installation completion screen.
If you can successfully log in then you're done! From here you can start posting, try adding new accounts, change your theme, etc. If you encounter any problems I haven't addressed here, please post them and we'll see if we can't find a solution.
BTW, the website I used for this quick tutorial (www.JealousBrother.com) is a site which I built that just launched a couple weeks ago. It's a rivalry based interactive social networking site. We've installed MU and are still figuring on whether to fully integrate it with the site (every new user gets a blog automatically) or just allow new users to 'activate' their blog when they want it.
If anyone has any experience doing this / suggestions / advice / etc. I'm very open to hearing what you've got.