Linux system requirements
- A server running a 64-bit Debian based distribution (Ubuntu Server 16.04/18.04 LTS recommended). Ubuntu 20.04 LTS currently not supported.
- A static IPv4 address (the Evoko Liso units will point to this IP).
- Two free and accessible application ports (default HTTP port
TCP/3000and HTTPS port
- A user with
- Access to booking system (e.g. Office 365) over HTTPS (port
- Access to NTP server over NTP (port
- Access to the internet during installation to download dependencies.
Install Evoko Home on a Linux server
In this guide we will use Ubuntu Server 18.04 LTS as our operating system which we connect to via SSH. All steps are performd in the terminal.
- To ensure all basic build packages exist to run the installation script we recommend running:
sudo apt install -y build-essential
sudo apt update
sudo apt upgrade
Enter Y to upgrade the packages.
- Download the latest version of Evoko Home for Linux by entering:
You can also visit https://download-liso.evoko.se in a web browser, download the latest Evoko Home for Linux and copy the file to the server:
- Extract the downloaded installation package:
tar -xzf latesthome.tar.gzOr if you downloaded via a web browser, use
tar -xzf installation_v2.*.tar.gz.
- A directory
v2.x.yzshould now have been extracted, you can check this by running
- Change directory to the newly extracted directory and run the installation script:
cd v2.* && sudo bash install.sh
You will be prompted for your password.
- 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 MongoDB database. This database stores Evoko Home settings, meetings and users. Set a username and press
Enter, set a password (and repeat), then set the database name and the connection string (IP or hostname + port number).
Important! Document the credentials for later use. If they are lost you might need to reset all settings and start over from scratch in the future.
- Type the HTTP application port (default
3000) and press
- Set a memory limit for Evoko Home by typing the amount in megabytes (e.g.
4096) followed by
- If the install is successful you should see information on how to manage the service. You may remove the installation files by entering:
cd .. && sudo rm -r installation_v2.*.tar.gz v2.*
- You should now be able to access Evoko Home via a web browser on the configured HTTP application port (default
Success! Now you can move on to Step 3: Connect Evoko Home to Back End Booking System.