Tree.io Business Management Platform
Tree.io is a powerful business management platform with tons of great features including integrated Project Management, Help Desk (support ticketing) and CRM modules. For a full list of features please see http://www.tree.io
For FAQ see the Tree.io community site http://www.tree.io/community/
Tree.io is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 License.
If you wish to re-sell or charge for install you must contact us for a Reseller License.
For more details see LICENSE.
Tree.io cannot accept any responsibility for damage or losses caused by use of this software. Use at your own risk!
Installation on Ubuntu or Debian with MySQL
Although you can install on most any UNIX system very easily, debian based distros are easier due to their package management.
You can also install on Max OSX or with other databases aside from MySQL very easily.
Install any dependencies
- Update your local cache
sudo apt-get update
- Upgrade your system
sudo apt-get upgrade(Recommended but optional)
sudo apt-get install python build-essential python-dev
- `sudo apt-get build-dep python-lxml python-imaging
sudo apt-get install git python-flup python-pip
Install services (In Production)
- Install database
sudo apt-get install mysql-server(Aside from MySQL you can also use Postgre, SQLite or OracleDB)
- Install web server
sudo apt-get install nginx
Alternatively you can use Apache, see this community post for an example configuration.
Create a fork and clone this repository
- Fork this repository by clicking Fork in the top toolbar (Forking will make it easier to contribute as you commit changes and have them merged into this Tree.io master repository)
- Create a folder called treeio
mkdir treeio && cd treeio(Tree.io must be run inside another folder called treeio to work correctly)
- Clone the repo by running:
git clone email@example.com:your_git/treeio.git
- Update your virtual environment
python manage.py update_ve
- Perform the patch
Install the database (Example showing MySQL)
$ mysql -u username -p > create database database_name; > grant all privileges on database_name.* to some_user@localhost identified by 'some_password'; > \q
- Install your database
python manage.py installdb
- Setup initial data
python manage.py loaddata data.json
- Run the built-in Django server
python manage.py runserver
- In your browser go to
- Log in using username:
Next steps (In Production)
- Configure nginx
- Set up a mailserver
- Set up a domain to point to your new server (Set A Record)
Commercial installation and support is available from Tree.io Ltd, London, UK. Our community support forum is the first stop for any questions http://www.tree.io/community Please see http://www.tree.io/ or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.