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Installing Alfresco and Citeck EcoS on Linux

Launch CentOS 7 64-bit instance on AWS - use t2.medium since 2GB of mem is the minimum requirement for Alfresco.

Open port 8080 in AWS security firewall settings.

Update all server packages

# login with centos user
sudo yum update -y
# reboot if kernel is updated
sudo shutdown -r now

Install Alfresco Community edition

Version 4.2.4 of Alfresco CE is required in order to work with Citeck EcoS.

sudo yum install wget -y
wget https://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/eu.dl.alfresco.com/release/community/4.2.f-build-00012/alfresco-community-4.2.f-installer-linux-x64.bin
chmod +x alfresco-community*.bin
sudo chmod 777 /opt
sudo ./alfresco-community-4.2.f-installer-linux-x64.bin

Choose Advanced installation and select Y or the default when asked for each question, except:

Web Server Domain: [127.0.0.1]: example.com
Specify a password for the Alfresco administrator account: secret

At this point, Alfresco should be up and running at http://example.com:8080/share.

Citeck Ecos install

cd ~
sudo yum install unzip -y
wget https://bitbucket.org/citeck/ecos-community/downloads/citeck-ecos-community-3.0.a-distr.zip
# stop alfresco
sudo service alfresco stop
# unzip into alfresco directory
sudo unzip citeck-ecos-community-3.0.a-distr.zip -d /opt/alfresco-4.2.f/
# run installer
cd /opt/alfresco-4.2.f/
sudo chmod +x install-ecos.sh
sudo ./install-ecos.sh
# once done, fire up alfresco
sudo service alfresco start

Alfresco/Citeck EcoS is now running at http://example.com:8080/share

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