Red Hat Installation

This guide is intended for IT professional responsible for installing the ActivityInfo Self-managed Server in an on-premise server running RedHat or CentOS Linux.


The ActivityInfo Self-managed Server for Red Hat Linux is distributed as a single Red Hat Package Manager Archive (.rpm) containing an embedded application, webserver, database, and everything else required to run ActivityInfo.

Getting started

Download and install the latest beta version of the ActivityInfo RPM, or run the following shell commands:

sudo rpm -i 

The package will install the ActivityInfo Self-managed server to /opt/activityinfo and configure and start a service called activityinfo.

The service will listen on port 80 for HTTP, and 443 for HTTPS once an SSL certificate is configured. You may need to configure your firewall to allow inbound connections on these ports.

Additional configuration

Next, follow the instructions in the Configuration guide to configure Email delivery, an SSL certificate, and Single Sign-On.

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