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'''Careful''': This enables additional repositories. If you wish, you may disable these repositories to avoid undesired packages and versions to be pulled in. You can do this by setting <code>enabled=0</code> in the files <tt>/etc/yum.repos.d/remi*.repo</tt> except for the <code>[remi]</code> repository, whose setting you amend with <code>includepkgs=redis</code>.
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'''Careful''': This enables additional repositories. If you wish, you may disable these repositories to avoid undesired packages and versions to be pulled in. You can do this by setting <code>enabled=0</code> for all repos in the files <tt>/etc/yum.repos.d/remi*.repo</tt> except for the <code>[remi]</code> repository, whose setting you amend with <code>includepkgs=redis</code>.
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yum install redis
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CentOS does not enable and start services automatically, so you need to do this manually. As root run:
 
CentOS does not enable and start services automatically, so you need to do this manually. As root run:

Revision as of 13:14, 4 September 2016

Install packages

Download and install the latest epel release. As root run:

yum install epel-release

Then as root run:

yum install tar make automake gcc gcc-c++ git net-tools libcurl-devel libxml2-devel libffi-devel libxslt-devel wget redis ImageMagick nodejs

Activate Redis

CentOS does not enable and start services automatically, so you need to do this manually. As root run:

systemctl enable redis
systemctl start redis

Install the database

If you do not have it installed already,

Creating a user for diaspora*

As root run:

adduser diaspora
chmod 755 /home/diaspora
su - diaspora
cd ~