I'm new in alfresco. May i know which url that i can download for
installing alfresco community in server ubuntu 16.
I didn't know which one is OK
You can download Alfresco community from here.There is no specific version for the Ubuntu but you can try the one which is available for Linux.
You can refer this link for the installation.
may i know the different between
EA means Early Access. It is a better option to use GA versions (General Availability) for production environments, in this case, 201605 linux installer. If you only want to "test" the latest from Alfresco Community use EA labeled versions.
From Alfresco Community 5.1, we have this new labeling. It is explained here:
What’s new in Alfresco Community Edition 5.1? | ECM Architect
Still cannot complete my installation.
During extract the bin file using this command
chmod +x alfresco-community-installer-201605-linux-x64.bin
and execute the file
and i got the error message
-bash: ./alfresco-community-installer-201605-linux-x64.bin: Text file busy
Someone can help me..
This means some other process or user is accessing the temporary file generated by installer. May be, there are two process instances of installer.
Use lsof to check what other processes are using it. You can use kill command to kill it if needed.
Let me know if that solves your problem.
There is a page called "Supported Platforms" you might be interested in. It shows what versions of platform and other dependencies are supported by Alfresco. Even if you are running Community Edition, it may make sense to stick to the supported stacks because it will give you some amount of confidence that Alfresco has tested it against that stack and that others in the community are running that stack.
I'm not saying you won't be able to get it to work with Ubuntu 16, I'm just suggesting that you may be causing yourself more work than is necessary.
The current version of GitHub - loftuxab/alfresco-ubuntu-install: Alfresco script based install for Ubuntu works for 16.04.
I'm using it without any problem.
Completely agree with checking the "enterprise equivalent supported stack" (i recommend it too), but it may be more critical to use a non-listed or very different database version (or driver), than just the operating system (in this case the next LTS version of Ubuntu, from 14.04 to 16.04).
May i know, is it alfresco have a client?
What do you mean by client?
The default user application is Share.
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