Passbolt already provides packages for Debian and Ubuntu. We’re currently working on a RPM package. We’re interested to get your opinion: which OS and version should we target? If you had to pick only one, which one would you choose?
- RHEL 7
- RHEL 8
- Centos 7
- Centos 8
- Centos Stream
- Rocky Linux 8
- OpenSuse 15
- Fedora 34
- Oracle Linux 8
- Other (please tell in comments)
Some spoilers regarding Passbolt RPM package. We have a prototype who can be installed on operating systems derivated from Red Hat such as CentOS, RockyLinux, Oracle Linux, AlmaLinux or Fedora.
As 8.x OS versions provide at least PHP 7.3, you will be able to install Passbolt without enabling Remi repository, who remains mandatory on 7.x OS versions as these distros don’t provide PHP 7.x.
Of course, openSUSE is not a RedHat distro , but it will be possible to use a RPM package to install Passbolt on it
Regarding the SELinux rules, we will also provide a package to handle them. If you are interested by this part of the RPM packaging, you can read this blog post from Lukas Vrabec, a product owner & SELinux technology evangelist at Red Hat.
Spoiler: I like the spoiler tag of this forum
We just updated our documentation with instructions on how to install passbolt from RPM package on Linux distributions from the Red Hat family: Passbolt Help | Installation
For the ones who want to migrate an existing passbolt install to RHEL-based distros, you will find instructions here: Passbolt Help | Upgrade
In any case, don’t break your passbolt installations without a working backup: Passbolt Help | Backup
Fedora and openSUSE will be available soon
For those who voted for Fedora and OpenSUSE, we released today passbolt rpm packages for these 2 distros.
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