Installation

Prerequisites

  • A Linux server (modern versions of Ubuntu, Debian, Centos, Red Hat & Fedora) with at least 20GB disk space.

    We recommend using Ubuntu Server 16.04 LTS.
    If using internal database, disk space usage will grow as number of users, files…

  • A Classeur Enterprise license file.

    You can checkout a license at https://enterprise.classeur.io or email contact@classeur.io for a free trial.

Installation

Firewall and EC2 Security Group

Classeur Enterprise requires specific ports to be open on the server. From the EC2 management console, create an entry for each port in the table below:

Port Service Description
8800 Custom TCP Rule This port is to access the admin dashboard for your Enterprise installation.
443 HTTPS Web application over HTTPS access.
80 HTTP Web application access.
22 SSH SSH access.

For security reason, all other ports not listed here should be blocked.

Get started

  1. SSH into your Linux server

  2. Run this install script:

    $ curl -sSL https://get.classeur.io/docker | sudo bash
    

    If curl is not installed on your server, use wget:

    $ wget -qO- https://get.replicated.com/docker | sudo bash
    

    At the end of the installation, you should see the following message:

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    Note that you will need the server to be accessed via a host/domain name rather than an IP address.

  3. Access your server via HTTPS on port 8800 and bypass the SSL security warning.

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  4. Upload a custom TLS/SSL cert/key or proceed with the provided self-signed pair.

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  5. Upload the provided license file (.rli)

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  6. Check your email for your license activation code.

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  7. Secure your Classeur Management console with a password

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  8. Configure your Classeur instance and click “Save”

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  9. Visit the following URL to manage users and roles using the system key specified in the settings page

    https://HOSTNAME/#!/users?syskey=SYSTEM_KEY
    
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