- no expert of any kind of Project management tools/software
- no linux admin expert at all
- prone to mistake dude at keyboard
You have been warned
So… how that’s gonna be? Straight and simple, some steps and notes i had writing down an experience about installing OpenProject on a NethServer test installation. No support provided, no expert at the keyboard. Don’t ask for help, keep looking for answers, solutions than… provide them here if you like.
The experience is done into a virtual environment. Take note of that.
Do a nice yum update, just in case, after the reboot. Do you have received a fresh kernel? Be smart, reboot again
Add your favourite tools. In my case
yum install mc links nano open-vm-tools
From here… Install openproject ; this sequence is my edited version:
wget -O /etc/yum.repos.d/openproject.repo \ https://dl.packager.io/srv/opf/openproject/stable/11/installer/el/7.repo
yum install openproject
Still not done installing… because the “real source of knowledge” is elsewhere… So i added a
yum install catdoc unrtf poppler-utils tesseractto the recipee; AFAIK
poppler-utilsshould not be necessary, because already provided but… should not harm, at least on CentOS7/NethServer. Full-text extraction should not be supported on this Distro, but i tried with these packages to pack this onboard anyway. Consider if might be useful add yum install tesseract-langpack-[ISO 3 letter code] for your language, AFAIK eng is part of the package
Time for a
openproject configure, read carefully the walkthrought of the configuration.