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Versions: 7.2.0.0 — current

This page is a part of the Getting Started with Repose
series. For more context around pre- and post-actions,
consult the table of contents on that page.

Contents

Overview

The typical Repose setup is a Valve installation (i.e. standalone application) running as a Linux service.  This setup is covered here.  After setup, see Running Valve for instructions on starting Repose.

Debian (apt) based distributions

# update package lists from the server and install any updates
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade -y
 
# install potentially missing packages needed to install Repose
sudo apt-get install -y wget
 
# add openrepose.org repository
wget -O - http://repo.openrepose.org/debian/pubkey.gpg | sudo apt-key add -
sudo sh -c 'echo "deb http://repo.openrepose.org/debian stable main" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/openrepose.list'
sudo apt-get update
 
# install Repose
sudo apt-get install -y repose-valve repose-filter-bundle repose-extensions-filter-bundle

RHEL (yum) based distributions

# update package lists from the server
sudo yum update -y
 
# install potentially missing packages needed to install Repose
sudo yum install -y wget
 
# for Repose versions 7.0.0.0 — 8.0.1.0 or if you plan on using System V, install daemonize
# Add the RPMForge/RepoForge repository to your system using the instructions located at:
#  - http://repoforge.org/use/
sudo yum install -y daemonize
 
# add openrepose.org repository
sudo wget -O /etc/yum.repos.d/openrepose.repo http://repo.openrepose.org/el/openrepose.repo
 
# install Repose
sudo yum install -y repose-valve repose-filter-bundle repose-extensions-filter-bundle

Manual

If you want to manually download the JARs (e.g. for Windows based installations), they are available in our Nexus Repository.  This method is not recommended.

The primary JARs are:

 

 

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