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web_services:pydio [2014/02/06 11:23]
tschulz [App Repo and Install Pydio]
web_services:pydio [2014/02/07 15:12]
tschulz [App Repo and Install Pydio]
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-====== Pydio ======+====== Pydio Setup with Ubuntu 12.04 ======
-<file vsftpd /​etc/​vsftpd.conf>​+===== App Repo and Install Pydio ===== 
 +  - Add the  pydio repo<​file apt /​etc/​apt/​sources.list.d/​pydio.list>​ 
 +deb http://​​repos/​apt stable main 
 +deb-src http://​​repos/​apt stable main 
 +  - Install Packages<​file bash> 
 +wget -O - http://​​repos/​ | sudo apt-key add - 
 +sudo apt-get update 
 +sudo apt-get install pydio mysql-server smbclient vsftpd php5-mysql php5-sqlite 
 +cp /​usr/​share/​doc/​pydio/​apache2.sample.conf /​etc/​apache2/​sites-enabled/​pydio.conf 
 +  - Create mysql database<​file>​ 
 +mysql -p 
 +create database pydio 
 +  - Navigate to **http://​[HOSTNAME]/​pydio/​** 
 +  - Select mysql as a database 
 +===== FTP Authentication ===== 
 +  - Configure winbind to authenticate through active directory 
 +  - Install vsftpd 
 +  - Use the following config: ​<file vsftpd /​etc/​vsftpd.conf>​
 listen=YES listen=YES
 anonymous_enable=NO anonymous_enable=NO
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 rsa_cert_file=/​etc/​ssl/​private/​vsftpd.pem rsa_cert_file=/​etc/​ssl/​private/​vsftpd.pem
 </​file>​ </​file>​
- +  - create **HOMEDIRROOT** e.g. **/​vol1/​homes/​** 
-<file bash /​scripts/​>​+  - run the following script to create home directories: ​<file bash /​scripts/​>​
 #!/bin/sh #!/bin/sh
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         echo "​Making home dir for: ${i}"         echo "​Making home dir for: ${i}"
         mkdir -p $HOMEDIRROOT/​$i         mkdir -p $HOMEDIRROOT/​$i
 +        chown -R $i $HOMEDIRROOT/​$i
 done done
 </​file>​ </​file>​
- +  - Login to Pydio as a admin user 
-===== App Repo and Install ​Pydio ===== +  - Create a ftp workspace with the following settings<file>Host: 
- +Port: 21 
-  - Add the  pydio repo<​file ​apt /​etc/​apt/​sources.list.d/pydio.list> +Path: / 
-deb http://​​repos/​apt stable main +SecureNo 
-deb-src http://​​repos/​apt stable main+Active: Yes 
 +Session credentials:​ Yes
 </​file>​ </​file>​
-  - Install Packages<​file ​bash+  - Under Application Core->​Authentication use the following settings:<​file>​ 
-wget -O - http://​​repos/​ | sudo apt-key add - +Instance TypeFTP Authentication 
-sudo apt-get update +FTP Login Screen: No 
-sudo apt-get install pydio mysql-server smbclient +Repository: the <ftp workspace you just created> 
-cp /​usr/​share/​doc/​pydio/​apache2.sample.conf /​etc/​apache2/​sites-enabled/​pydio.conf+Transmit Clear Pass: Yes 
 +Auto Create User: Yes
 </​file>​ </​file>​
-  - Create mysql database<​file>​ 
-mysql -p 
-create database pydio 
-  - Navigate to **http://​[HOSTNAME]/​pydio/​** 
-  - Select mysql as a database 
web_services/pydio.txt · Last modified: 2014/02/07 15:12 by tschulz