As of the development of the Liman MYS, it is packaged for use on the Pardus operating system. However, there is no obstacle to running it on Debian based systems. It specifically expects PHP 7.3 version to be found due to its dependencies.
There is no PHP 7.3 version on Ubuntu 18.04, but it's pretty easy to add.
With the following repository and update, PHP 7.3 version will be available on Ubuntu.
sudo apt install software-properties-common sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ondrej/php sudo apt update
In addition, two packages must be updated:
sudo apt install php-sqlite3 php-curl
With the following two commands, it is possible to add the repository to the system and to introduce the public key of this repository to the system.
echo "deb [arch=amd64] http://depo.aciklab.org/ onyedi main" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/acikdepo.list sudo wget -qO - http://depo.aciklab.org/public.key | sudo apt-key add -
In order to install the current Liman from the repository, the following two commands are required.
sudo apt update sudo apt install liman
The first thing to do after installation is to create an Administrator password. For this, we need the following two commands.
sudo su liman sudo php /liman/server/artisan administrator
At the end of this step, you will see your username and password to log in from the Liman web interface.
If you write the IP address of the server on which you installed the Liman on your web browser and log in with this information, you will be logged into the Web interface of the Liman.