Author: Elena-Ramona Modroiu
apt-get install apache2 a2enmod rewrite
apt-get install php5 php5-mysql php5-gd php5-curl
apt-get install php php-mysql php-gd php-curl php-xml libapache2-mod-php
You may need to enable the php7.0 module for apache:
CURL module is needed if you want to use JSONRPC command panel. XML support is included by core PHP5 and it is a separate package in PHP7. A reload or restart of apache server might be required.
Latest version of SIREMIS 4.4.x is available at:
Untar the archive on the local file system (e.g., in your web server root folder):
cd /var/www tar xvfz siremis-x.y.z.tgz cd siremis-x.y.z
You have to replace x.y.z with version number for Siremis (for example, for Siremis v4.4.0, replace x.y.z with 4.4.0).
If you want to setup an alias for Apache 2.2.x (for v2.4.x see below), you can run:
and you get the config snippet printed in the terminal – it should look like (of course, x.y.x is replaced by version number):
siremis-x.y.z# make apache-conf # siremis apache conf snippet ... Alias /siremis "/var/www/siremis-x.y.x/siremis" <Directory "/var/www/siremis-x.y.x/siremis"> Options Indexes FollowSymLinks MultiViews AllowOverride All Order allow,deny Allow from all <FilesMatch "\.xml$"> Order deny,allow Deny from all </FilesMatch> <FilesMatch "\.inc$"> Order deny,allow Deny from all </FilesMatch> </Directory>
You can copy&paste what was printed in the terminal into Apache conf file, inside VirtualHost settings.
For Apache2 on Debian/Ubuntu, the config file is:
After restarting the web server, SIREMIS will be available under:
If you want to use a different alias, edit Makefile and change the value of URLBASE.
Note: for Apache 2.4.x, use:
Next step is to create .htaccess and Siremis configuration files, you have to run the prepare command.
For Apache 2.2:
For Apache 2.4:
The output looks like:
siremis-x.y.z# make prepare updating htaccess file... updating app.inc file... done
Make sure that following directories have write access for web server user:
On Debian/Ubuntu you can do:
siremis-x.y.z# make chown
Do not forget to restart the web server after doing the changes in its configuration file.
Database server to be used is MySQL.
You have to create a MySQL user that has access to Siremis database, for example:
GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON siremis.* TO siremis@localhost IDENTIFIED BY 'siremisrw';
You can run above SQL statement via mysql command line tool, connecting to MySQL server as user root.
This MySQL user will be needed later during the installation, of course, you can use an existing MySQL user that has enough privileges.
Also, you have to create Kamailio database with kamdbctl tool, if you don't have it already:
You don't need to do anything else to setup the database of Siremis, the rest of the process is down via web installation wizard.
Once you have done the steps above, access the web page:
When you do it first time, you are redirected to an installation wizard. Follow the steps.
First step shows the status of required items. You have to update local configuration until all the items are checked ok.
In the second step you have to introduce the details to access Kamailio and Siremis database.
When you install Siremis first time, you probably have to select the following options (at the bottom of the web form):
IMPORTANT NOTE: be aware that the check box is on the right of the text describing the option. Unless you do some customization, first time installation requires all the check boxes to be set.
This page presents a status report of installation, showing whether the required directories have writable access and summary of database access details.
This is the end of installation, presenting the username and password to login to Siremis. This page is automatically redirected to login page after a short period of time.
If you want to run again installation wizard:
These are special Siremis components that need further configuration in order to work:
Siremis is an administration tool, it is recommended to:
You may need to change the context of your web server directory, like:
chcon -t httpd_sys_content_t /var/www/html -R