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Thank you for downloading eXo Platform 4.1.0-RC1. Follow the installation procedure and start eXo Platform 4.1 now! ------------------------------ System requirements ------------------------------ * CPU: 3 GHz Multi-core recommended * Memory: 4GB of RAM (8GB recommended) * Disk: 2GB (depending of the amount of data) * OS: Windows or Linux * JDK: Java 6 or 7 (Set the JAVA_HOME environment variable) * Browser: Google Chrome 25+, Firefox 19+ or Internet Explorer 8+ * The eXo server will run on port 8080, make sure this port is not currently in use ------------------------------------- How to start the Platform Tomcat ------------------------------------- * PLF_HOME is the location of the unzipped eXo Platform server. * On Windows: Open a DOS prompt command, go to PLF_HOME directory and type the command: "start_eXo.bat" * On Linux: Open a terminal, go to PLF_HOME directory and type the command: "./start_eXo.sh" ------------------------------------ How to start the Platform Jboss (*) ------------------------------------ * PLF_JBOSS_HOME is the location of JBoss EAP 6.2.0 * Extract eXo Platform Jboss package * Copy all the extracted folders and files into PLF_JBOSS_HOME. * On Windows: Open a DOS prompt command, go to PLF_JBOSS_HOME directory and type the command: "bin\standalone.bat" * On Linux: Open a terminal, go to PLF_JBOSS_HOME directory and type the command: "./bin/standalone.sh" (*) only available for Enterprise edition. For more configurations, please check http://docs.exoplatform.com/PLF41/PLFAdministratorGuide.html ---------------------------------------------------------- How to access the Platform homepage ---------------------------------------------------------- * Wait for the server to start. You should see something like this on the console INFO | Server startup in XXXX ms * Enter the following URL into your browser's address bar: http://localhost:8080/portal ------------------------------------- How to install add-ons ------------------------------------- Several add-ons are not installed by default in the Express and Enterprise version of eXo Platform 4: * crash-addon : Common Reusable SHell to interact with the JVM * cmis-addon (*) : Content Management Interoperability Services * ide-addon (*) : Integrated online environment to develop applications (cf. next section for its usage) * acme-sample (*) : A demo website built with eXo Platform 4 (cf. next section for its usage) * wai-sample (*) : A demo website following Accessibility standards On Windows, Open a DOS prompt command, go to PLF_HOME directory and type the command: * To install an add-on use: addon.bat install <add-on> * List all available add-ons use: addon.bat list On Linux: Open a terminal, go to PLF_HOME directory and type the command : * To install an add-on use: addon --install <add-on> * List all available add-ons use: addon list (*) only on Express and Enterprise editions ----------------------------- Deployment of acme website ----------------------------- When eXo Platform server is already started and you would like to install acme add-on, you need to follow the steps below: * Stop eXo Platform server * Install acme add-on with the addon script * Set the variable "acme.portalConfig.metadata.override" as true. This can be done by one of the two ways: ** Use configuration.properties: In this file, you uncomment the line of this parameter ** Use customization configuration script: When you use the sample configuration script provided inside eXo Platform 4.1, you can uncomment this variable in the script. Please refer to "Customizing environment variables in Tomcat" or "Installing JBoss EAP" in Platform 4.1 Administration guide for more details of these scripts. * Restart eXo Platform server. * Stop eXo Platform server. * Set the variable "acme.portalConfig.metadata.override" as false or comment again the corresponding line of this variable. * Start eXo Platform server again to continue using it. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Exclusion of the IDE item from Administration drop-down menu ---------------------------------------------------------------- When eXo Platform server integrates the ide add-on and you would like to exclude the IDE item from Administration drop-down menu, follow the steps below: * Stop eXo Platform server * Set the variable "ide.portalConfig.metadata.override" as false . This can be done by one of the two ways: ** Use configuration.properties: In this file, you uncomment the line of this parameter ** Use customization configuration script: When you use the sample configuration script provided inside eXo Platform 4.1, you can uncomment this variable in the script. Please refer to "Customizing environment variables in Tomcat" or "Installing JBoss EAP" in Platform 4.1 Administration guide for more details of these scripts. * Restart eXo Platform server. ------------------ eXo Resources ------------------ Community http://community.exoplatform.com Documentation http://docs.exoplatform.com Blog http://blog.exoplatform.org Support http://support.exoplatform.com eXo http://www.exoplatform.com
Source: README.txt, updated 2014-09-26