Following the recent release of Debian Installer 7.0 Beta4, I was eager to test the latest version of Zend Framework 2 – running LiveDocx 2.1 – on the most current testing release of Debian.
I am very happy to say that all demo applications and unit tests run without issue.
You can download the virtual machine, upon which I performed the tests and which is designed to get you up and running with LiveDocx in a matter of minutes, using the following link:
- Download ZendService_LiveDocx_VM_20121203.zip (430 MB).
IMPORTANT: This release of Debian is intended for testing only. Please do not (yet) install it in a production environment.
The Debian 7.0 Wheezy based virtual machine ships with the following users:
username: root password: livedocx username: livedocx password: livedocx
ZendService_LiveDocx is installed in:
The demo applications, which illustrate all of LiveDocx’ functionality, are in:
As a first step,
/home/livedocx/ZendService_LiveDocx/demos and run:
Then follow the on-screen instructions on setting up the configuration file
The unit tests, which test all of LiveDocx’ functionality, are in:
To run the unit tests, simply
cd into the above directory and run
The virtual machine is pre-configured to run with LiveDocx Free. If you have a premium account and would like to run LiveDocx Premium, please add your premium credentials to the following files:
/home/livedocx/ZendService_LiveDocx/demos/DemoConfiguration.php [lines 41, 42] /home/livedocx/ZendService_LiveDocx/tests/TestConfiguration.php [lines 60, 61]
I encourage you to download the virtual machine and try it out for yourself. Feel free to contact me, using the comments section below or by posting into the support forum, if you need any help, or notice any issues with the virtual machine.