|In this tutorial I will show you how to install Plone on a BIP media CentOS VPS server. I’m migrating from a slow provider to super fast BIP server. Here’s how I got my new server ready for Plone-4.1.3.|
Starting with a newly installed CentOS 6.2 box, I ran a “yum update” to get all of the current software for the pre-installed packages.
Install the following packages using yum:
- libgsf (This is needed for the “wv” package, mentioned later)
- openssl-devel (This wasn’t needed on my server, but Jim reported that he needed to install it. Thanks Jim)
I used a command like this for each package:
#yum install make
As recommended in the Unified Installer docs, I installed the “wv” package. First, I had to install the dependancy: libgsf. Then I downloaded the package here:
Then I installed “wv” using:
#rpm -Uvh wv-1.2.7-2.el6.x86_64.rpm
Next I followed the instructions for the Plone-4.1.3 Unified Install
It’s that simple! If you run into any issues feel free to post your questions in the form bellow and I will be happy to answer your questions.
Tags: centos, install, install plone, Plone, Server