HomeInstallation GuideInstallation on LinuxInstalling TestCollab on Linux

2.1. Installing TestCollab on Linux

Before you start installing TestCollab, there are a few prerequisites that need to be met to install it successfully:

Installation

To begin the installation process, do the following

 

app/tmp (and all directories present under it)
app/config
app/webroot/uploads

You should see a screen similar to this:

Click on Next Step to start the installation wizard

Most of the information that the wizard seeks is straight forward and self explanatory.

System Settings

Before installing the application, wizard checks for its dependencies, which include the permissions that should be available for various directories.

 

Database Configuration

In this step, database related information is to be provided.

Network Settings

In case you are using a proxy server to connect to the internet then this setting will be required to be defined.

License Agreement

 
 
You should be having the application's main license key handy, in order to finish this step.
 

Backend Configuration

 
 
This covers the website management related settings
 

General Configuration

 
 
These are application wide settings.
 

Your Information

 

Finishing Installation

The wizard ends with your login information, and an instruction to change directory permissions for the config directory.
 
 
When the installation completes, you will be redirected to the application's login form.
 
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