C-Phrase on Premises
We realize that some customers prefer to install and operate C-Phrase on their own
machines. This can be arranged. Please email us at
firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain a
C-Phrase installation is automated for Debian/Ubuntu, but we have had customers that adapted the installation scripts
for Centos as well. Earlier we had several stakeholders install C-Phrase on Windows, but we have discontinued Windows
support. The directions below are
for installation on Debian/Ubuntu.They will need to be adapted to different LINUX distributions.
Pick a directory under which you want to install C-Phrase. Move the
c-phrase.zip to this directory
and unzip it. This will create a subdirectory named
delivery/. You may rename it to something else,
but let us call this your C-Phrase root. If it is the first time you are installing C-Phrase, we
recommended that you move the
configs/ directory under your C-Phrase root to a separate
location. Let us call this your configuration root. This is later where you will launch the
Admin Server from. The initial configs directory contains several example configurations to get you started.
If you are re-installing C-Phrase, completely remove everything under your C-Phrase root. Otherwise the resulting installation may not be able to launch the Admin Interface.
The instructions here assume you are using Ubuntu/Debian. For other distributions you will need to adapt these scripts. For Ubuntu/Debian run the following in your C-Phrase root :
Setting environmental variables
Go to your C-Phrase root and if you are using
export C_PHRASE_ROOT=$PWD export PATH=$C_PHRASE_ROOT/bin:$PATHNote you may want to add this to your
Launching Admin ServerGo to your configuration root and type:
nohup -u c-phrase-admin
Point your browser at
http://127.0.0.1:9999 and you should be able to reach
the admin login page. The user name is "admin" and the password is "EC2SUB". Note that
lets the Admin Server persist after you log out.
Otherwise, after log out, Admin Server will not work (report Errno 5).