Installation tested on Ubuntu 14.04 machine with Python 2.7.6, Ubuntu 14.04+ is recommended. Updated to be compliant with the 1.0.3 xAPI spec.
This version is stable, but only intended to support a small amount of users as a proof of concept. While it uses programming best practices, it is not designed to take the place of an enterprise system.
Install Postgres (The apt-get upgrade is only needed if you're running Ubuntu 14. If running 15+ you can skip to installing postgresql. Also version 9.4+ is needed)
admin:~$ wget --quiet -O - https://www.postgresql.org/media/keys/ACCC4CF8.asc | sudo apt-key add - admin:~$ sudo sh -c 'echo "deb http://apt.postgresql.org/pub/repos/apt/ $(lsb_release -cs)-pgdg main" >> /etc/apt/sources.list.d/postgresql.list' admin:~$ sudo apt-get update admin:~$ sudo apt-get upgrade admin:~$ sudo apt-get install postgresql-9.4 postgresql-server-dev-9.4 postgresql-contrib-9.4 (can install 9.5 if on Ubuntu 16) admin:~$ sudo -u postgres createuser -P -s <db_owner_name> Enter password for new role: <db_owner_password> Enter it again: <db_owner_password> admin:~$ sudo -u postgres psql template1 template1=# CREATE DATABASE lrs OWNER <db_owner_name>; template1=# \q (exits shell)
admin:~$ sudo apt-get install git fabric python-setuptools python-dev\ libxml2-dev libxslt1-dev gcc admin:~$ sudo easy_install pip admin:~$ sudo pip install virtualenv
Clone the LRS repository
admin:~$ cd <wherever you want to put the LRS> admin:~$ git clone https://github.com/adlnet/ADL_LRS.git admin:~$ cd ADL_LRS/
Set the LRS configuration
settings.ini file and place it in the
adl_lrs directory. Visit the Settings wiki page to set it up.
Setup the environment
admin:ADL_LRS$ fab setup_env admin:ADL_LRS$ source ../env/bin/activate (env)admin:ADL_LRS$
Setup the LRS
This creates the top level folders, logs and media at the same level as the project folder, ADL_LRS. Throughout the readme and the other install guides for celery and nginx you will most likely want to direct any log files to the logs directory. Inside of logs there are directorys for celery, supervisord, uwsgi and nginx.
(env)admin:ADL_LRS$ fab setup_lrs ... You just installed Django's auth system, which means you don't have any superusers defined. Would you like to create one now? (yes/no): yes Username (leave blank to use '<system_user_name>'): E-mail address: Password: <this can be different than your system password since this will just be for the LRS site> Password (again): Superuser created successfully.
If you get some sort of authentication error here, make sure that Django and PostgreSQL are both using the same form of authentication (adl_lrs/settings.py and pg_hba.conf) and that the credentials given in settings.py are the same as those you created.
IMPORTANT: You MUST setup celery for retrieving the activity metadata from the ID as well as voiding statements that might have come in out of order. Visit the Using Celery wiki page for installation instructions.
While still in the ADL_LRS directory, run
(env)dbowner:ADL_LRS$ ./manage.py runserver
This starts a lightweight development web server on the local machine. By default, the server runs on port 8000 on the IP address 127.0.0.1. You can pass in an IP address and port number explicitly. This will serve your static files without setting up Nginx but must NOT be used for production purposes. Press
CTRL + C to stop the server
Set your site domain
Visit the admin section of your website (/admin). Click Sites and you'll see the only entry is 'example.com' (The key for this in the DB is 1 and it maps back to the SITE_ID value in settings). Change the domain and name to the domain you're going to use. If running locally it could be localhost:8000, or if production could be lrs.adlnet.gov (DON'T include the scheme here). Once again this does not change the domain it's running on...you want to set that up first then change this value to your domain name.
Whenever you want to exit the virtual environment, just type
For other ways to start and run the LRS, please visit our Wiki.
(env)dbowner:ADL_LRS$ fab test_lrs
Contributing to the project
We welcome contributions to this project. Fork this repository, make changes, and submit pull requests. If you're not comfortable with editing the code, please submit an issue and we'll be happy to address it.
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