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=== Core software requirements ===
=== Core software requirements ===

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Installer CollectiveAccess

Installation rapide pour évaluation

Problème:< /br> :Vous voulez installer CollectiveAccess rapidement, sans vous soucier de la configuration du serveur, pour évaluer le logiciel.
Try the quick start installation package for Mac or Windows: http://collectiveaccess.org/download
'Voir aussi

Basic requirements

Problème:< /br> :Vous voulez vous assurer que votre serveur remplit bien les conditions élémentaires pour installer CollectiveAccess.
 :Les besoins élémentaires en terme de serveur sont les suivants:
  • Système d'exploitation - Linux, Windows (Serveur 2003, Serveur 2008, Windows XP et Windows 7 ont été testés et fonctionnent), Solaris 9+, Mac OS X 10.5+.
  • Espace mémoire - Une formule simple pour estimer les besoins en terme d'espace mémoire nécessite une approximation du nombre de média qui seront catalogués, et une taille moyenne pour ces média. Une fois ces quantités connues, il suffit d'une simple multiplication pour évaluer l'espace mémoire requis: <espace mémoire requis> = <nombre de média> * <taille moyenne de l'espace de stockage requis pour un médium> * 1.5. Le facteur 1,5 est utilisé pour prendre en compte le coût en mémoire du stockage d'informations parallèles.
  • Processeur - N'importe quel CPU moderne convient.
Voir aussi
Getting started

Core software requirements

You are configuring a server to run CollectiveAccess and are checking that all the software requirements are in place.
Core requirements include:
  • MySQL version 5.0, 5.1 or 5.5. Make sure your MySQL installation supports InnoDB tables.
  • PHP version 5.3.6 or better is required. 5.4 is supported. You will need to make sure your PHP installation includes the following extensions: ZIP, libXML, DOM, mbstring, iconv, EXIF, JSON, MySQL, and posix
  • Apache HTTPD version 2.0 or 2.2 is recommended. Other web servers that support the PHP programming language will work as well.
Media processing software for type-specific media handling includes:
  • ImageMagick version 6.5 or better
  • ffmpeg
  • Ghostscript
  • and more depending on media type
See also
Software requirements

Configuring PHP

You are configuring PHP prior to installation.
Your PHP configuration file is usually named php.ini. Check the following settings:
  • post_max_size - the default value is 8 megabytes. If you are uploading large media files (and most CollectiveAccess users are) you will need to raise this to a value larger than the largest file size you are likely to encounter.
  • upload_max_filesize - set this to the same value you set post_max_size.
  • memory_limit - the default is 128 megabytes which should be enough for many systems, unless you are (a) uploading large images or (b) reindexing the search index of a large database. If you received memory limit exceeded errors, you should increase this limit.
  • display_errors - in some installation this is set to "off" by default. It is suggested that while installing and testing CA you set this option to "On"
See also
Configuring PHP

Installing from git

Your server is configured and you want to pull from git to install CollectiveAccess.
Set up an empty MySQL database for your installation. Run the following command from the parent of the directory into which you want to install CA:
git clone http://github.com/collectiveaccess/providence.git providence where the trailing "providence" is the name of the directory you want your installation to be in. Git will create the directory for you.
Copy the setup.php-dist file (in the root directory of the CA distribution) to a file named setup.php. Edit setup.php, changing the various directory paths and database login parameters to reflect your server setup. Make sure the permissions on the app/tmp, app/lib/core/Parsers/htmlpurifier/standalone/HTMLPurifier/DefinitionCache and server root directories are such that the web server can write to them. In a web browser navigate to the web-based installer (http://www.myCollectiveaccessSite.org/install). Enter your email address and select the installation profile that best fits your needs. Then click on the "begin" button.
See also
Installing Providence

Installing on shared servers

You want to install CollectiveAccess on a cheap, shared server.
Look for a host that can provide support for InnoDb tables for MySQL, PHP 5.3.6+ and ideally git, ffmpeg, and Image Magick.
See also
Installing on Cheap Shared Servers

Media upload issues on shared servers

You're having issues uploading media after installing on a cheap, shared server.
Take a look at Manage > Administration > Configure check. You may need to increase the values of some of the suhosin configurations. On a shared server you'll need to set this in the php.ini or phprc file.
See also
Installing on Cheap Shared Servers

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