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Installing Espocrm on a virtual server is done using a package that includes all the necessary services. Installation is carried out in the ssh linux console, Centos 7 is used as a server. The latest version of the package can be found on the developer's website Bitnami

Before starting the installation, you need to make sure that there are no pre-installed services on the server, for example, to remove apache, use the command:

# yum remove httpd 

We also recommend to immediately configure the firewall service:

# iptables -A INPUT -p tcp -m tcp --dport 80 -j ACCEPT

# iptables -A INPUT -p tcp -m state --state NEW -m tcp --dport 80 -j ACCEPT

# service iptables save

# service iptables restart

Download and install the package:

# wget

# chmod +x

# ./

The script will offer a choice to install additional tools:

phpMyAdmin — an open source web application written in PHP and providing a web interface for administering the MySQL database management system. PhpMyAdmin allows you to administer the MySQL server through a browser and not only, run SQL commands and view the contents of tables and databases

Select by default (Y)

Is the selection above correct? [Y/n]: Y

The choice was made correctly

Select a folder [/opt/espocrm-6.1.3-0]:

Press Enter if you want to leave the specified path as default

Your real name [User Name]: admin

Enter a username, for example admin

Login [user]: user 

Password : ****** 

Administrator login and password Espocrm

Do you want to configure mail support? [y/N]: N

Configuring mail for the site (default N)

Do you want to continue? [Y/n]: Y

Proceed with installation.

Launch Espocrm application. [Y/n]: Y

Launch the application.

Now you can open a link like http://server_ip/ in a browser and test the application. 

In order to transfer the application to the root (without the espocrm folder), use the command

# installdir/apps/APPNAME/bnconfig --appurl /  

In this case, the command will look like this:

# /opt/espocrm-6.1.3-0/apps/espocrm/bnconfig --appurl /

 To turn off the auxiliary menu, use the command

# installdir/apps/APPNAME/bnconfig --disable_banner 1

In this case, the command will look like this:

/opt/espocrm-6.1.3-0/apps/espocrm/bnconfig --disable_banner 1

Espocrm installation completed.

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