This part will go through how to install Evoko Home in Default mode on a Linux server.
Important! The install package is built for 64-bit Debian based distributions. 32-bit distributions are not supported.
- A server running a 64-bit Debian based operating system (e.g. Ubuntu Server 16.04 LTS).
- A static IP (the Liso units will point to this IP).
- Access to booking system (e.g. Office 365) over HTTP (port 80) or HTTPS (port 443).
- Access to NTP server over NTP (port 123 UDP).
- Access to the internet during installation to download dependencies.
- Two free and accessible application ports (default port 3000 and 3002)
Install Evoko Home
For our installation in this guide we will use Ubuntu Server 16.04 LTS as our operating system which we connect to via SSH.
- To make sure you have all the basic build packages to run the installation script we recommend running the following:
sudo apt install -y build-essential
sudo apt update
sudo apt upgrade
- Download the latest version of Evoko Home for Linux here and put the installation package on the server.
- Extract the downloaded installation package:
sudo tar -xzf installation_vx.yz.tar.gz(e.g.
tar -xzf installation_v1.34.tar.gz).
- There should now be an extracted directory called vx.yz (e.g. v1.34), you can check this by running
- Change directory to the extracted directory
- Run the installation script using
sudo bash install.sh.
- The installation script will automatically recognize the necessary tools/prerequisites required to run Evoko Home.
To continue and install, select Yes by typing
- Next up is to create credentials for the Mongo database. It's in this database meetings, users and Evoko Home settings will be stored. set a username (e.g.
evoko_user) and press
Enter. Then set a password (e.g
evoko_pass) which you repeat twice, pressing
- Set the http application port number (default
3000). This needs to be a free and accessible port.
- Next is to select the installation mode, type
Enterto setup Evoko Home in Default mode.
- Below should be prompted if setup is successfully completed.
- You should now be able to access Evoko Home via a web browser on the configured http application port (default
Once successfully done with installation of Evoko Home move on to Step 4: Connect Evoko Home to booking system