This article describes how to install a fresh copy of UCRM on your server. This is a guide for a Linux installation, see the following note for Windows and OS X users:
NOTES & REQUIREMENTS:
Unfortunately, for Windows and OS X systems, we can't ensure proper operation, smooth backups, and upgrades of critical Docker containers. At this time we recommend that you install VirtualBox with the latest version of Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS (Xenial Xerus) 64 bit and then follow the Linux instructions provided below.
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- Ubuntu 16.04+, Debian 8.4+
- 2 GB RAM (Minimal)
- 16 GB storage (Minimal)
- 64-bit (x64) CPU
- Local Ports: 80 and 443 (see Changing the HTTP and HTTPS Ports)
- bash, curl, sudo (see note about prerequisites for installation)
Run this command to install and start UCRM (it will automatically install Docker if it is not installed already). When the process is complete, you can access UCRM at http://server_hostname_or_ip/.
curl -fsSL https://ucrm.ubnt.com/install > /tmp/ucrm_install.sh && sudo bash /tmp/ucrm_install.sh
The installation script will check if your ports :80 and :443 are open and if they are not, it will ask you to specify which ports you want UCRM to use. If you need to define custom ports, docker subnets or any other custom installation parameters, please refer to this guide.