Choose one of the following method to install Pydio on your server:
Get latest package (Zip or Tar.gz) from Sourceforge, extract it to your server and run online installer.
Install the repositories in your package manager source list, then type
yum [apt-get] install pydio
How to install?
1. Extract the content of the archive inside a folder on your server.
2. Make the data/ folder writeable by the server. For example,
chown -R www-data /pydio/install/path/data/.
3. Access the Pydio folder through a web browser:
That’s it! Next, read Quick Start from the Admin Guide.
### Enterprise Linux RPM Installation (CentOS, RHEL)
Install the Pydio repository :
sudo rpm -Uvh http://dl.ajaxplorer.info/repos/pydio-release-1-1.noarch.rpm
Or simply click on this link and install via GUI tools. This will install /etc/yum.repos.d/pydio.repo which configures the repository, allowing update management. Once installed, update the yum database and install pydio :
sudo yum update sudo yum install pydio
Restart Apache, then open http://localhost/pydio.
### DEB packages Installation (Debian, Ubuntu)
You’ll have to manually append the following lines in your /etc/apt/sources.list file :
deb http://dl.ajaxplorer.info/repos/apt stable main deb-src http://dl.ajaxplorer.info/repos/apt stable main
NOTE : If you want to install the “dev” release, you can use the deb “testing” distribution instead of “stable”, which would change the sources.list entry to
deb http://dl.ajaxplorer.info/repos/apt testing main deb-src http://dl.ajaxplorer.info/repos/apt testing main
Then you have to install the public key using the following command :
wget -O - http://email@example.com | sudo apt-key add -
Finally, update the apt-get database and install pydio :
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install pydio
Copy the apache config sample :
cp /usr/share/doc/pydio/apache2.sample.conf /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/pydio.conf
Restart Apache, then open http://localhost/pydio.
RPM users, please note that for the time being, you must disable SELinux in order to run Pydio (see http://docs.redhat.com/docs/en-US/Red_Ha[..]isabling_SELinux.html).
The config files for building rpm and deb are available here:
Packages have been built and tested on Enterprise Linux 6 (RHEL / CentOS / Scientific Linux). Debian packages are available and they run smoothly on both Debian and Ubuntu (see below). Thanks to Argeo for the first pass on RPMs, and to Aurélien Requiem for the Debian packaging.
Pydio Virtual Appliance
This is a Pydio Virtual Appliance based on a debian OS, packaged with a maximum of features ready to work out of the box.
At first start, the IP will be automatically displayed in the login console, allowing you to access to it through your browser.
Admin login (for both pydio web access and console) is admin / PydioVAPP
The ZIP file contains an OVF file successfully tested on the following platforms: VMWare, Virtual Box, Parallels Desktop (convert to vbox first)
- SNMP for network monitoring
- WebDAV including the rewrites
- Mail Support ( as long as the providers don’t block it )
- Upload limit of 1GB per file
- Re-implemented the default repositories and template in DB storage instead of the bootstrap file
- Radius Auth Support ( Confirmed )
- Dependencies pre-loaded/available
- Automatic rewriting from HTTP to HTTPS
- Pre-loaded Pydio installed using APT
- Install scripts for installing apache2 certificate and key ( 4 binaries in total including the 2 new ones )
- A script that show the network info on boot-up
- APT automatically checks for updates
Easy go-pro options:
IonCube comes pre-loaded, plus 2 easy to use commands to Go Pro
$ sudo install-pydio-license pydio-core.licence.zip $ sudo install-pydio-gui custom.gui_customize.zip
A big thanks to Jochen Oonincx for buiding the VM App and SecureLayers, a Network Security Company, for running the pilot in their Datacenter. (http://www.securelayers.com/cms/)
Docker is an open-source project to easily create lightweight, portable, self-sufficient containers from any application. The same container that a developer builds and tests on a laptop can run at scale, in production, on VMs, bare metal, OpenStack clusters, public clouds and more.
This Pydio container is based on CentOS 6.4. It contains pydio pre-configured and listens on port 443 (ssl). After installation, user can access to by address: https://servername/pydio.
Default account for Pydio: admin / P@ssw0rd
Install from Docker Index:
$ docker search pydio # you can get a list of pydio images $ docker pull pydio/pydio-core
Run in background:
$ docker run -d -p 443:443 pydio/pydio-core
Previous stable releases
- Pydio core 5.2.3 March 19, 2014
- Pydio core 5.2.2 February 22, 2014
- Pydio core 5.2.1 February 7, 2014
- Pydio core 5.2.0 January 21, 2014
- AjaXplorer/Pydio Core 5.0.4 released October 12, 2013
- AjaXplorer Core 5.0.3 released September 2, 2013
- AjaXplorer Core 5.0.2 released July 18, 2013
- AjaXplorer Core 5.0.1 available June 29, 2013
- AjaXplorer 5.0.0 June 6, 2013
- AjaXplorer 4.2.3 released November 11, 2012
Development branch status
The current latest version in the development branch is 4.3.3
Latest dev releases
- Pydio 5.3.1 – Development Release June 22, 2014
- Pydio 5.1.1 – Release Candidate for 5.2.0 December 23, 2013
- Pydio 5.1.0 – Dev release – New features November 17, 2013
- AjaXplorer 4.3.4 dev : AjaXplorer 5 RC4 May 14, 2013
- AjaXplorer 4.3.3 dev : AjaXplorer 5 RC3 May 1, 2013
- AjaXplorer 4.3.2 “dev” : the sharing machine April 2, 2013
- AjaXplorer 4.3.1 “dev” : new interface & features March 2, 2013
- AjaXplorer 4.3.0 “dev” release : brand new features October 11, 2012
- AjaXplorer 4.1.0 (dev channel) released April 10, 2012
- AjaXplorer 4 rc1 (3.3.5) November 27, 2011
Server Night Builds
These packages are built every night at 03:00 Paris Time, from the Git source.