The Jamroom Network

About The Jamroom Network

The Jamroom Network was formed in July of 2012 with the goal of making Jamroom's second decade bigger, better and all around more fun.

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Requirements

  • !

    Jamroom does not run on Windows! A Linux/Unix like Operating system is required.

  • Jamroom 5 Server Requirements

    Server Operating System:

    A unix-based Operating System (Linux, Mac OS X, FreeBSD) with the following packages installed:

    - PHP 5.3+
    - MySQL 5.1+ (MariaDB 5.5 or MySQL 5.6.+ is highly recommended)
    - Apache 2.2x

    The following PHP extensions are required:

    - MySQLi (mysql improved) extension
    - GD and FreeType
    - Multibyte string extension (-enable-mbstring)

    The following PHP extensions are recommended:

    - APC (op code caching - speeds up PHP)

    The following Apache modules are required:

    - mod_rewrite

    The following PHP configuration is required:

    - memory_limit: 128M (recommended) (minimum 64M)
    - upload_file_size: 128m (or more)
    - system function must be enabled (used for doing media conversions and preview generation)
  • Frequently Asked Questions

    Question: Will jamroom be affected if the below code is commented out - what does it do?


    Answer:


    This line tells Apache you want to support SymLinks - Jamroom uses symlinks for module versioning and updates - this is required for Jamroom to function properly.


    These control how the web server works. These options are not required, and can be commented out, however they help make your Jamroom more secure and it is recommended to leave them enabled if you can.
Natedogg265
18 Dec 2013 07:32:40AM @n8flex:
Some kind of link would be perfect.
brian
18 Dec 2013 10:34:04AM @brian:
What type of link are you looking for?

Thanks!
brian
03 Jan 2014 08:04:43AM @brian:
Make sure and check out the detailed guide on running your own VPS on DigitalOcean:

https://www.jamroom.net/brian/documentation/guides

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