Installation check

PHP version: 7.2.24-0ubuntu0.18.04.6 (OK)

PHP config: '/etc/php/7.2/apache2/php.ini'

GD version: 2.2.5 (OK)

PHP.INI value for 'memory_limit': 200M (OK)

PHP.INI value for 'post_max_size': 100M (OK)

PHP.INI value for 'upload_max_filesize': 100M (OK)

Write access to config directory: (OK)

Write access to storage directory: (OK)

Welcome to ResourceSpace

This configuration script will help you setup ResourceSpace. This process only needs to be completed once. Required items are marked with a *

Visit the ResourceSpace Knowledge Base for more information about customizing your installation.

Database configuration

*?

The IP address or FQDN of your MySQL server installation. If MySql is installed on the same server as your web server, use "localhost".

* ?

The username used to connect to your MySQL server. This user must have rights to create tables in the database named below.

?

The password for the MySQL username entered above.

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The username used to connect to your MySQL server in read-only mode. This user must have SELECT rights only. It is optional and does NOT require rights to create tables or insert data.

?

The password for the MySQL username entered above.

?

The Name of the MySQL database RS will use. (This database must exist.)

?

The path to the MySQL client binaries - e.g. mysqldump. NOTE: This is only needed if you plan to use the export tool.

General settings

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The name of your implementation / installation (e.g. 'MyCompany Resource System').

*?

The 'base' web address for this installation. NOTE: No trailing slash.

*
*?

The username used to connect to ResourceSpace. This user will be the first user of the system.

*?

The password for the Admin username entered above.

*?

The address that emails from RS appear to come from.

Paths

For each path, enter the path without a trailing slash to each binary. To disable a binary, leave the path blank. Any auto-detected paths have already been filled in.

SMTP Settings

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Use an external SMTP server for outgoing emails (e.g. Gmail). Uses PHPMailer

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'', 'tls' or 'ssl'. For Gmail, 'tls' or 'ssl' is required.

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Hostname, e.g. 'smtp.gmail.com'.

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Port number, e.g. 465 for Gmail using SSL.

?

Send credentials to SMTP server (false to use anonymous access)

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Username (full email address).

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Password