PHP version: 5.5.9-1ubuntu4.21 (OK)
PHP config: '/etc/php5/apache2/php.ini'
GD version: 2.1.1-dev (OK)
PHP.INI value for 'memory_limit': 128M(WARNING: should be 200M or greater)
PHP.INI value for 'post_max_size': 64M(WARNING: should be 100M or greater)
PHP.INI value for 'upload_max_filesize': 64M(WARNING: should be 100M or greater)
Write access to config directory: (OK)
Write access to storage directory: (OK)
Thanks for choosing ResourceSpace. This configuration script will help you setup ResourceSpace. This process only needs to be completed once.
Visit the ResourceSpace Knowledge Base for more information about customizing your installation.
These settings provide the basic setup for your ResourceSpace installation. Required items are marked with a *
The IP address or FQDN of your MySQL server installation. If MySql is installed on the same server as your web server, use "localhost".
The username used to connect to your MySQL server. This user must have rights to create tables in the database named below.
The password for the MySQL username entered above.
The Name of the MySQL database RS will use. (This database must exist.)
The path to the MySQL client binaries - e.g. mysqldump. NOTE: This is only needed if you plan to use the export tool.
The name of your implementation / installation (e.g. 'MyCompany Resource System').
The 'base' web address for this installation. NOTE: No trailing slash.
The username used to connect to ResourceSpace. This user will be the first user of the system.
The password for the Admin username entered above.
The address that emails from RS appear to come from.
For each path, enter the path without a trailing slash to each binary. To disable a binary, leave the path blank. Any auto-detected paths have already been filled in.
NOTE: The only required settings are on this page. If you're not interested in checking out the advanced options, you may click below to begin the installation process.
Allow end users to change their passwords.
Allows users to request resources via a form, which is e-mailed.
Allow remote access to API plugins.
Check this box to configure remote storage locations for RS. (To use another server for filestore.)
Where to put the media files. Can be absolute (/var/www/blah/blah) or relative to the installation. NOTE: No trailing slash.
Where the storagedir is available. Can be absolute (http://files.example.com) or relative to the installation. NOTE: No trailing slash.
Use an external SMTP server for outgoing emails (e.g. Gmail). Uses PHPMailer
'', 'tls' or 'ssl'. For Gmail, 'tls' or 'ssl' is required.
Hostname, e.g. 'smtp.gmail.com'.
Port number, e.g. 465 for Gmail using SSL.
Send credentials to SMTP server (false to use anonymous access)
Username (full email address).
Use the SlimHeader design rather than the original design to display a thinner header bar with a linked logo by default.