How to Install Alfresco Community Edition on RHEL/CentOS 7/6 and Debian 8

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Matei Cezar

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9 Responses

  1. Juan Jose MOrales says:

    Hello, nice guide work perfect but i need a little help if you test ms office plugging or libre office to preview document and editing online you know something about that

  2. and says:

    Hi, trying to install Alfresco on CetOS 7: at the end I have error:

    error running /home/y/postgresql/bin/createuser -p 5432 -U postgres

    any Ideas?

  3. napata says:

    typos!!
    firewall-cmd –ad-port=8080/tcp –permanent
    # firewall-cmd –ad-port=8443/tcp –permanent
    # firewall-cmd –ad-port=7070/tcp –permanent
    # firewall-cmd –reload

    should be –add-port and –permanent

  4. Gregory Richardson says:

    Hello Matei, I’m planning to install community on my server and I wanted to know if you had a document version of the instructions I can download.

  5. Bouzeghoub says:

    Dear All,
    Thank you so much.
    Please,do you have best how tô integrate workflow.
    Best Regards.

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