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Latest version: v20.1.20201028

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EGroupware

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Default and prefered installation method for EGroupware is via your package manager:

https://software.opensuse.org/download.html?project=server%3AeGroupWare&package=egroupware-epl

Installing EGroupware 20.1 via Docker:

EGroupware 20.1 can be installed via Docker, in fact the DEB/RPM packages also does that. Instructions on how to run EGroupware in Docker are in doc/docker subdirectory.

Installing EGroupware 19.1 via Docker:

EGroupware 19.1 can be installed via Docker, in fact the DEB/RPM packages also does that. Instructions on how to run EGroupware in Docker are in doc/docker subdirectory.

Installing EGroupware development version:

  • install composer.phar from https://getcomposer.org/download/
  • optional: for minified JavaScript and CSS install nodejs and grunt apt/yum/zypper install nodejs npm install -g grunt-cli
  • install EGroupware and dependencies cd /path/to/your/docroot git clone https://github.com/EGroupware/egroupware.git # or git@github.com:EGroupware/egroupware.git for ssh cd egroupware ./install-cli.php
  • install non-default EGroupware apps by cloning them into your egroupware directory eg. cd /path/to/your/egroupware git clone https://github.com/EGroupware/wiki.git
  • continue installation at http://localhost/egroupware/setup/

Keeping EGroupware up to date or switch to release branch:

cd /path/to/your/egroupware
./install-cli.php [<change-channel>]
setup/setup-cli.php # will tell you if a schema-update is necessary

install-cli.php supports the following "channels":

  • release: taged maintenance releases only eg. 19.1.20200701
  • bugfix: release-branch incl. latest bugfixes eg. 20.1, if you are currently on 20.1.20200710
  • <branch>: switch to given branch
  • master: latest development for next release

To change the channel, call install-cli.php <channel-to-update-to>.

For further instalation instructions see our wiki.