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I'm not familiar with Yahoo's setup, but if you just drop the OJS system files into the base directory you should be able to install right there. That is, if your web-accessible directory is something like /var/www/html/, drop all OJS system files, including the base index.php file, into that base directory so that you'll have eg. /var/www/html/index.php, /var/www/html/classes, /var/www/html/pages, etc. There's no reason OJS needs to be installed in a directory of it's own.
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