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    For EC2 Ubuntu or standalone - install/run in less than 10 min these Open Source Apps

    For those of you wanting to get some of the more popular Open Source applications running on Ubuntu and/or on Ubuntu/EC2
    be sure to check out http://bitnami.org/

    Nearly turn-key installation as they've done all the hard work for you. Their model builds a .bin file which you chmod 755 once you've copied it to your server/workstation,
    then you execute the file. It will ask you a few various respective installation questions then install the software for you. In the app directory entry for each application there is
    also an uninstall program to remove that same application.

    Start by installing the LAMP, Ruby etc stacks then go on to install the other various applications that interest you.

    NOTE 1: if you install LAMP, then later want to install an application read the BitNami menu for that app carefully as there are often 2 choices. One is for a .bin file that is a bundled package of apache etc and the app, the other assumes that the apache etc are already installed and the .bin only includes the app --- much smaller and much faster to install.

    NOTE 2: during installations of some of the applications they will prompt you for the IP address and the default provided is the INTERNAL AMAZON IP address (if you are on EC2)... you need to be SURE to change that to the external IP address of your EC2 instance.

    Example: in AWS Management Console if your instance indicates your PUBLIC DNS is
    Public DNS: ec2-174-129-87-194.compute-1.amazonaws.com

    then your public IP address is 174.129.87.194

    Lastly, If you have the skills try to help BitNami expand this list as what they are doing is really great work to add to capabilities of the Linux community.

    The following are BitNami's current list of pre-built applications ready to install and use... each will take you about 10 minutes to get up and running.

    Infrastructure

    * DjangoStack
    * JRubyStack
    * LAMPStack
    * LAPPStack
    * MAMPStack
    * MAPPStack
    * RubyStack
    * SAMPStack
    * WAMPStack
    * WAPPStack

    Blog

    * Roller
    * WordPress

    Bug-Tracking

    * Mantis
    * Redmine
    * Trac

    Business Intelligence

    * JasperServer

    CMS

    * Alfresco
    * Drupal
    * Enano CMS
    * eZ Publish
    * Joomla
    * KnowledgeTree

    CRM

    * SugarCRM

    ECM

    * Alfresco
    * KnowledgeTree

    Forum

    * phpBB

    Photo Sharing

    * Coppermine Photo Gallery
    * Gallery

    Planning

    * Tracks

    Poll Management

    * Opina

    Portal Server

    * JasperServer
    * Liferay

    Version Control

    * Subversion

    Wiki

    * DokuWiki
    * MediaWiki

    eLearning

    * Moodle

    BitNami Stacks

    BitNami stacks make it incredibly easy to install your favorite open source software. Application stacks include an open source application and all the dependencies necessary to run it, such as Apache, MySQL and PHP or Ruby.

    All you need to do is download the Stack, provide a few pieces of information when prompted by the installation wizard, and that's it. By the time you click 'finish', your new application will be ready to run. All stacks have been packaged using BitRock's multiplatform installer.


    BitNami Application Stacks

    Which application should we package next?

    WordPress Joomla Roller Liferay

    DokuWiki MediaWiki Drupal phpBB

    Mantis Opina KnowledgeTree Redmine

    Trac Alfresco Moodle Subversion

    Tracks JasperServer eZPublish SugarCRM

    Coppermine Photo Gallery EnanoCMS Gallery

    BitNami Infrastructure Stacks
    Infrastructure stacks are designed for developers and system administrators and provide you a way of installing a LAMP or Ruby environment, but do not include any extra applications. It is not necessary to download an infrastructure stack to use an application stack.

    Which application should we package next?


    WAMPStack LAMPStack MAMPStack SAMPStack

    WAPPStack LAPPStack MAPPStack

    RubyStack JRubyStack DjangoStack
    Last edited by bmullan; April 26th, 2009 at 06:44 PM.

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