You can install via zip or deb archives. Please see the prerequisites first.
You need to download the two files:
$ unzip docspell-*.zip
in one terminal and
in the other.
Note, that this setup doesn't include watching a directory nor fulltext search. Using zip/deb files requires to take care of the prerequisites yourself.
The provided scripts in
must be extracted and installed manually somewhere in your
Packages are also provided at the release page:
The DEB packages can be installed on Debian, or Debian based Distros:
$ sudo dpkg -i docspell*.deb
Then the start scripts are in your
docspell-joex from a terminal window.
The packages come with a systemd unit file that will be installed to autostart the services.
The provided scripts in
docspell-tools-0.25.1.zip must be
extracted and installed manually somewhere in your
$PATH. There are
no deb files provided.
Run the start script (in the corresponding
bin/ directory when using
the zip files):
$ ./docspell-restserver*/bin/docspell-restserver $ ./docspell-joex*/bin/docspell-joex
This will startup both components using the default configuration. Please refer to the configuration page for how to create a custom config file. Once you have your config file, simply pass it as argument to the command:
$ ./docspell-restserver*/bin/docspell-restserver /path/to/server-config.conf $ ./docspell-joex*/bin/docspell-joex /path/to/joex-config.conf
After starting the rest server, you can reach the web application
You should be able to create a new account and sign in. When creating a new account, use the same name for collective and user and then login with this name.
Since downgrading is not supported, it is recommended to backup your database before upgrading. Should something not work as expected, restore the database backup and go back to the previous version.
When using the zip or deb files, either install the new deb files via your package manager or download and unpack the new zip files. You might want to have a look at the changelog, since it is sometimes necessary to modify the config file.
Fulltext search is powered by SOLR. You need to install solr and create a core for docspell. Then cange the solr url for both components (restserver and joex) accordingly. See the relevant section in the config page.
The dsc tool with the
watch subcommand can be
used for this. Using systemd or something similar, it is possible to
create a system service that runs the script in "watch mode".