This page contains installation instructions on installing iHRIS version 4.3.3 manually.
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First you should install Ubuntu and all the supporting software required by iHRIS by following the Linux (Ubuntu) Installation - Supporting Software instructions.
Note: Installing on ext4 filesystem? see this
Note: Unless specifically mentioned, all the commands below are run using a terminal. You can start this in Ubuntu by going to Applications -> Accessories -> Terminal. Any time a command begins with sudo it will prompt for your password because this will be run with administrative privileges. When you run sudo multiple times, only the first time will ask for your password.
Note: Some installation commands will prompt for inputs in the terminal window, usually with a blue background. The mouse doesn't work to click on options here. You can use Tab to move between options and the space bar to check or uncheck selections.
Note: Some commands will launch the gedit file editor. Look at the documentation if you need additional help.
Before proceeding with iHRIS Manage or iHRIS Qualify installation, we will want to download the most recent version of the full iHRIS Suite. To download the software you enter these commands:
sudo mkdir -p /var/lib/iHRIS/lib/4.3.3 sudo ln -s /var/lib/iHRIS/lib/4.3.0 /var/lib/iHRIS/lib/4.3 cd /var/lib/iHRIS/lib/4.3.3 sudo wget https://launchpad.net/i2ce/4.3/4.3.3/+download/ihris-suite-4.3.3.tar.bz2 sudo tar -xjf ihris-suite-4.3.3.tar.bz2
Follow the iHRIS Manage Installation instructions for iHRIS Manage.
Follow the iHRIS Qualify Installation instructions for iHRIS Qualify.
Follow the iHRIS Train Installation instructions for iHRIS Train.
Follow the iHRIS Plan Installation instructions for iHRIS Plan. (You do not need to download the full iHRIS Suite above)
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