This feature is still considered experimental but greatly simplifies the installation of an HRM website compared to the Manual installation (recommended) instructions. After a final cycle of testing, this method will become the new recommended way to install HRM.
Get the installation script¶
To get the latest release directly from our git repository, run the following in a shell:
$ git clone https://github.com/aarpon/hrm_installer
The most basic way to run the script to install HRM is to simply launch setup.sh as a priviledge user. In a shell, type the following:
$ sudo ./setup.sh
There are a few prerequisites to take care of before the script is run. In case these are not met, the script will display helpful error messages and abort. You will need:
A supported OS. For this release, this means Ubuntu 20.04, Debian 11, Rocky Linux 8.5 or AlmaLinux 8.4 only.
The script must be run as a priviledged user, either as root or using sudo.
You will need an active Internet connection to clone the HRM repository.
Hucore must be installed and a license available.
For now, the documentation is available on https://github.com/aarpon/hrm_installer and better instructions will be added here later.
If you are interested in this installation method and have any issues you want to discuss, please enquire on the image.sc forum over at https://forum.image.sc/tag/svi-huygens