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Downloading Pydio Core

Install Pydio Core stable releases or development releases on your server.

STABLE RELEASES

Installing from Archive

Download one of the packages listed in the "Download" section, extract it to a folder on your webserver (let's say /pydio/) and achieve the following:

  • Change rights on the data/ folder and .htaccess file to make them writeable by your webserver
    chown -R www-data data/ .htaccess
  • Launch the installer by open your browser at https://yourserver/pydio/
  • Reset the permission on .htaccess to make it readonly

You're ready to go!

Installing from Linux repositories

Pydio can be installed from Linux Repositories for Debian 8 and CentOS7/RHEL7 systems. Please follow the configurations instructions from this page to install the repositories, then simply use the following command to install 
apt-get [yum] install pydio

Using Docker Container

The Docker container is not yet updated to the latest 6.2.0 right now. Please stay tuned, we will update it soon.

Contributing

Fork Pydio on Github and help us improve the code, the translation or even the documentations!

CORE, PLUGINS & LANGUAGES

As an open source project, we strongly value your contribution. If you are used to Github standard mechanisms (fork / pull requests), you will feel at home very quickly. The developer docs are definitely a good start.

In any case please first read our contribution guidelines and sign the Contributor License Agreement.

IMPROVE DOCUMENTATION

Our docs are open-source too ! They are published under the Creative Commons v3 License. To contribute, please use the standard github Pull Requests mechanism, and help us make them more accurate.

All the guides and How-to's are published in our public repositories, starting with pydio-doc-*