wget -qO- https://dl.packager.io/srv/opf/openproject-ce/key | sudo apt-key add - sudo wget -O /etc/apt/sources.list.d/openproject-ce.list \ https://dl.packager.io/srv/opf/openproject-ce/stable/7/installer/debian/9.repo sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install openproject
Note: You might need to
apt-get install wget apt-transport-https for the above instructions to work.
We release OpenProject in separate release channels that you can try out. For production environments, always use the
stable/MAJOR (e.g., stable/8) package source that will receive stable and release updates. Every major upgrade will result in a source switch (from
stable/8 for example).
A closer look at the available branches:
- stable/8: Latest stable releases, starting with 8.0.0 until the last minor and patch releases of 8.X.Y are released, this will receive updates.
- release/8.0: Regular (usually daily) release builds for the current next patch release (or for the first release in this version, such as 8.0.0). This will contain early bugfixes before they are being release into stable. Do not use in production. But, for upgrading to the next major version, this can be regarded as a release candidate channel that you can use to test your upgrade on a copy of your production environment.
- stable/7: Previous stable release, will receive critical updates and bug fixes while enterprise support depends on it.
- dev: Daily builds of the current development build of OpenProject. While we try to keep this operable, this may result in broken code and/or migrations from time to time. Use when you’re interested what the next release of OpenProject will look like. Do not use in production!
Please check the Installation guide on our website for further instructions.
More details can be found at https://www.openproject.org/download-and-installation/ .