Difference between revisions of "Setup:Installation Guide"

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==Upgrade and patch updates==
==Upgrade and patch updates==
*[[Setup:Installation Guide/Patch Update|Patch update from BlueSpice 4.1.x to a higher version 4.x]]
*[[Setup:Installation Guide/Patch Update|Patch update from BlueSpice 4.2.x to a higher version 4.2.x+n]]
*[[Setup:Installation Guide/Upgrade free to pro|Upgrade from BlueSpice free 3.2.x to BlueSpice pro 4.1.x]]
*[[Setup:Installation Guide/Upgrade free to pro|Upgrade from BlueSpice free 3.2.x to BlueSpice pro 4.2.x]]
*Upgrade from Bluespice free 4.1.x to pro 4.1.x
*Upgrade from Bluespice free 4.2.x to pro 4.2.x
==Migration from MediaWiki to BlueSpice==
==Migration from MediaWiki to BlueSpice==

Latest revision as of 10:40, 28 December 2022

Note:For general questions regarding the installation, maintenance, and usage of BlueSpice free, go to our SourceForge help forum .

Introduction[edit | edit source]

We are happy that you decided to install the latest version of BlueSpice 4.

Please follow these steps:

  1. Check the system requirements
  2. Prepare the server environment
  3. Install the BlueSpice application
  4. Optimize the configuration

Check the system requirements[edit | edit source]

Prepare the server environment[edit | edit source]

Install the BlueSpice application[edit | edit source]

Please select which installation type you need:

Upgrade and patch updates[edit | edit source]

Migration from MediaWiki to BlueSpice[edit | edit source]

Optimize the configuration[edit | edit source]

If you don't need to set up a server environment "from scratch", you can directly refer to the setup instructions for individual system components. Just make sure that you really have everything configured as needed:

Webservices for Apache Tomcat[edit | edit source]

Additional settings and optimizations[edit | edit source]

Security settings[edit | edit source]

Compendium[edit | edit source]