Linux Installation

Chronicall can be installed on Debian and Red Hat-based (Red Hat, CentOS, and Fedora) Linux servers. Note: You must have Oracle's Java 7 or 8 installed. You can check the java version by typing java -version. This article shows how to manually set the correct Java path if another Java, like Open JDK, is in use.
You can download the setup file, as well as other Linux-specific files, from our downloads page.
Open the command terminal and navigate to the directory where the setup file was downloaded and unzip the downloaded file using unzip, followed by the filename.
Navigate into the new directory using cd.
cd ipoffice_chronicall_rpm_64_setup_3_6_12
At this point, log in as the root user if you haven't already done so. Then run a command to change into an executable file.
chmod +x
The last step is to launch using ./ You can add parameters to specify settings, but any that you do not specify will be given default values and can be changed later in Chronicall's system settings. The only required parameter is -serial followed by your serial key, unless you are installing Chronicall in demo mode. If so, use -demo instead. Use the -help parameter to see all available options.
If you do not have a serial key, please contact your Xima Reseller or the Xima sales team
Once the installation is finished, Chronicall should begin running. You can access the web client from any network computer by opening your web browser and navigating to http://Server_Name_or_IP:9080/chronicall.html. If you specified a different base port, replace 9080 with that port number. If Chronicall does not start automatically, or you need to stop or restart Chronicall's services in the future, see Stopping and Starting Chronicall Services.
Example of Linux Install
Connecting to||:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 132598961 (126M) [application/zip]
Saving to: âchronicall_download.zipâ
100%[================>] 132,598,961 6.24M/s   in 21s
2014-07-25 10:27:15 (6.16 MB/s) - âchronicall_download.zipâ saved [132598961/132598961]
[root@primaryipo ~]# unzip
   creating: ipoffice_chronicall_rpm_64_setup_3_6_4/
  inflating: ipoffice_chronicall_rpm_64_setup_3_6_4/README.txt
  inflating: ipoffice_chronicall_rpm_64_setup_3_6_4/eula.html
  inflating: ipoffice_chronicall_rpm_64_setup_3_6_4/install.jar
  inflating: ipoffice_chronicall_rpm_64_setup_3_6_4/
[root@primaryipo ~]# cd ipoffice_chronicall_rpm_64_setup_3_6_4/
[root@primaryipo ipoffice_chronicall_rpm_64_setup_3_6_4]# sh -serial SERIALKEY1234567890ABCDEFGHIJKLM 
JInstallationFramework loaded.
The default Chronicall port range 9080-9089 is unavailable. The next 10 port range available is 9090-9099. Would you like to use this range? (y or n) y
It appears that Chronicall is already installed. Continuing this installation process will destroy any existing Chronicall data.
Would you like to continue installing Chronicall? (y or n) y
Attempting to stop chronicall and postgres if running...
Installing Chronicall...
Setting Up System...
Copying Web Server Installation Files...
Copying Web Server App Files...
Configuring Web Server...
Copying Postgres Files...
Setting Up Database...
Setting Up services...
Copying Chronicall Jars...
Deleting Temporary Postgres Files...
Starting Web Service...
Installation Complete!
Start/Stop Commands:
        service chronicall start
        service chronicall stop
Go to in a browser to access Chronicall
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