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Configuring LibrePlan in Fedora for first time

This section explains how to set up LibrePlan in Fedora after installing the package.

It assumes that PostgreSQL is already running and configured to use md5 as the authentication method.

If this is not the case, go to section "Configuring PostgreSQL to use md5 authentication method", at the end of this document.

1) Create libreplan database

# psql -h localhost -U postgres < /usr/share/libreplan/pgsql/create_db.sql

2) Create libreplan user

# psql -h localhost -U postgres < /usr/share/libreplan/pgsql/create_user_postgresql.sql

3) Install LibrePlan database

# psql -h localhost -U libreplan -W libreplan < /usr/share/libreplan/pgsql/install.sql

4) Link LibrePlan configuration file in Tomcat6 configuration directory

# ln -s /usr/share/libreplan/conf/libreplan.xml /etc/tomcat6/Catalina/localhost/

5) Link Java JDBC driver for PostgreSQL in Tomcat6 libraries directory

# ln -s /usr/share/java/postgresql-jdbc3.jar /usr/share/tomcat6/lib/

6) Link LibrePlan WAR file in Tomcat6 we applications directory

# ln -s /usr/share/libreplan/webapps/libreplan.war /var/lib/tomcat6/webapps/

7) Restart Tomcat6

# service tomcat6 restart

LibrePlan should be running at http://localhost:8080/libreplan

Review INSTALL file for more information.

Upgrading LibrePlan a.b.c to LibrePlan x.y.z

This section explains how to upgrade LibrePlan from version a.b.c to version x.y.z.

1) Run upgrade scripts

# psql -h localhost -U libreplan -W libreplan < /usr/share/libreplan/pgsql/upgrade_x.y.z.sql

VERY IMPORTANT: If there are other versions between a.b.c and x.y.z, we need to execute those scripts in order, so the upgrade is done correctly.

WARNING: If you are using PostgreSQL version 8 you will have to execute the next command over LibrePlan database in order to use the upgrade script for version 1.3.0:

# su postgres -c "createlang -d libreplan plpgsql"

2) Stop Tomcat6

# service tomcat6 stop

3) Remove current deployed aplication

# rm -rf /var/lib/tomcat6/webapps/libreplan/

4) Start Tomcat6

# service tomcat6 start

LibrePlan should be running at http://localhost:8080/libreplan

Configuring PostgreSQL to use md5 authentication method

We assume that PostgreSQL is using md5 as the authentication method, instead of default ident.

These are the steps to change it.

1) Add a password to 'postgres' user (for instance, let's use 'postgres' as password')

# su postgres -c psql

postgres=# ALTER USER postgres WITH PASSWORD 'postgres'; postgres=# q

2) Edit '/var/lib/pgsql/data/pg_hba.conf' and replace ident by md5

# sed -i "/^host/s/ident/md5/g" /var/lib/pgsql/data/pg_hba.conf

3) Restart PostgreSQL

# service postgresql restart