Please note that all installation actions must be performed with root rights.
To start the installation process run the following command:
Once you enter the above command, you will be prompted to select the way you want to install Enterprise Edition. Type N and press Enter to install Enterprise Edition using RPM/DEB packages.
If you have some programs already installed on your machine, some ports necessary for Enterprise Edition
operation may be used by other applications. In this case you'll be asked to verify if the necessary ports are free. To find out which program is using a certain port, you can execute the following command:
netstat -lnp | grep :<port_number>
After that you may reconfigure the program to use another port. When the required ports are free, you'll be able to rerun the script and select the installation from RPM/DEB packages again.
The script will automatically install and configure all the necessary prerequisites as well as Enterprise Edition components (Document Server, Control Panel and Community Server).
If you are using CentOS
may prevent NGINX
from starting. To avoid this issue you can configure or disable SELinux
as it is described in this article
Once the installation is finished you can check Enterprise Edition for correct work. Open a browser and enter the local network computer IP address (please do not use either localhost or 127.0.0.1 network address for the same computer where you have Enterprise Edition installed, use its IP address in the local network instead) to the browser address bar. Enterprise Edition must be up and running indicating the successful installation.
If you install Enterprise Edition using RPM/DEB packages, the HTTPS and Update sections will not be available in the Control Panel and you will need to manually install Mail Server and connect it to Community Server. In such a case you can follow corresponding instructions to switch your portal to HTTPS and to install and connect Mail Server.