OrangeScrum is a free and open source project management tool written using CakePHP which widely used in medium and small business. You can manage your projects, teams, documents and tasks all in one place using OrangeScrum. It is an awesome project management tool with simple and intuitive interface. Its features includes collaboration, agile project management, issue tracking, notifications, task management, reporting and traditional project management functionality for small/medium businesses.
To install OrangeScrum you'll only need a CentOS 7 server with root privileges on it. Remember you can always switch between root user and non root user using sudo command.
Updating the System
Before going through the installation process it is recommended to update the system to upgrade the available packages and to do so run following command.
yum -y update
Installing Apache Web Server
Once the system is updated, you can install the dependencies required. To install OrangeScrum you will need to install the Apache web server along with MaraiDB and PHP with a few extensions.
Run the following command to install the Apache web server.
yum -y install httpd
Now you can start Apache and enable it to start at boot time, using the following commands.
You can check status of mariadb using this command and you should see following output.
systemctl status mariadb.service
[root@ip-172-31-14-223 ~]# systemctl status mariadb.service
● mariadb.service - MariaDB database server
Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/mariadb.service; enabled; vendor preset: disabled)
Active: active (running) since Mon 2017-01-30 09:54:59 UTC; 36s ago
Main PID: 10691 (mysqld_safe)
├─10691 /bin/sh /usr/bin/mysqld_safe --basedir=/usr
└─10848 /usr/libexec/mysqld --basedir=/usr --datadir=/var/lib/mysql --plugin-dir=/usr...
Jan 30 09:54:57 ip-172-31-14-223 mariadb-prepare-db-dir: The latest information about Ma....
Jan 30 09:54:57 ip-172-31-14-223 mariadb-prepare-db-dir: You can find additional informa...:
Jan 30 09:54:57 ip-172-31-14-223 mariadb-prepare-db-dir: http://dev.mysql.com
Jan 30 09:54:57 ip-172-31-14-223 mariadb-prepare-db-dir: Support MariaDB development by ...B
Jan 30 09:54:57 ip-172-31-14-223 mariadb-prepare-db-dir: Corporation Ab. You can contact....
Jan 30 09:54:57 ip-172-31-14-223 mariadb-prepare-db-dir: Alternatively consider joining ...:
Jan 30 09:54:57 ip-172-31-14-223 mariadb-prepare-db-dir: http://mariadb.com/kb/en/contri.../
Jan 30 09:54:57 ip-172-31-14-223 mysqld_safe: 170130 09:54:57 mysqld_safe Logging to '/...'.
Jan 30 09:54:57 ip-172-31-14-223 mysqld_safe: 170130 09:54:57 mysqld_safe Starting mysq...ql
Jan 30 09:54:59 ip-172-31-14-223 systemd: Started MariaDB database server.
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We will need to make sure that this installation is secure and to do so run following command.
You'll be asked to provide root password so enter appropriate password and answer yes to all questions.
Now you'll have to create a database for OrangeScrum please follow the instructions.
mysql -u root -p
You'll be asked to enter password so simply enter a password and now execute the following queries to create a new database.
CREATE DATABASE orangescrum;
The above query will create a database named orangrscrum. For the database you can use any name you prefer in the place of orangesrum. Make sure that you use semicolon at the end of each query as a query always ends with a semicolon. Once the database is created you can create a new user and grant the required permissions to the user for the database.
CREATE USER 'orangescrum_user'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY 'StrongPassword'; The above query will create a user with username orangescrum_user. You can use any preferred username instead of orangescrum_user. Replace StrongPassword with a strong password.
Now provide the appropriate privileges to your database user over the database you have created. Run the following query to do so.
GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON orangescrum.* TO 'orangescrum_user'@'localhost';
Now run the following query to immediately apply the changes on the database privileges.
Now you can exit from MariaDB prompt using following command.
We will have to install PHP. To do so run following commands as shown below. wget https://centos7.iuscommunity.org/ius-release.rpmrpm -Uvh ius-release.rpm
Now use this command to install PHP 5.6 and required extensions.
Now disable SELinux temporarily using this below given command.
Open up your favorite web browser and visit http://yourserverIP and provide your company name, an email and a password then click on Sign Up button.
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Please provide the required details and continue to orange scrum then you'll see a web page of dashboard.
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