Phabricator – An Open Source Powerful “Project Management” Tool for Linux

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6 Responses

  1. BlackShador says:

    hello i am trying to execute the comands, and nothing happend

    # ./config set mysql.pass mjackson
    : No such file or directory
    # cat ./config
    # ls ../scripts/setup/manage_config.php

    i dont know why

  2. @ Shankar May i know in which distribution you have tried ? Could you please provide the log ?

    • Shankar M says:

      I tried the installation steps in VMware workstation on Ubuntu 14.04 desktop edition .

      I will try to do it again and post the logs soon.

  3. Tolga says:


    Great post, thank you very much for bringing Phabricator to light :)

    There is one point I’d like to mention. The first sentence is “Phabricator is an open source Project Management tool, which is built using PHP language and available under Apache 2.0 open source license… “, which made me think that the application is a direct Project Server / Project Manager competitor. And frankly I have read your post with this understanding (or assumption if you will). However, looking at the application’s web site, it is explicitly stated that “Phabricator is a collection of open source web applications that help software companies build better software.”

    I think it can be a good idea to review the opening sentence to precisely reflect what the application is all about.

    Thank you,

    • shankar M says:

      Can you cross check the installation steps again, i tried to troubleshoot the steps and i am unable to rectify it.

      Not able to get the home page of phabricator.

  4. No Thanks says:

    This post contains a lot of security concerns that are completely glossed over.
    Take the time to learn how to set up the system securely before allowing any external access to this application if it was installed following this guide.

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