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EspoCRM runs on the most hosting providers. Detailed requirements include the following:
- PHP 5.6 or latest version of PHP with enabled pdo, json, GD library, mcrypt extensions (usually enabled by default);
- MySQL 5.5.3 or higher.
Download the EspoCRM installation package
To get the latest version of EspoCRM go to http://www.espocrm.com/download/.
Upload the EspoCRM Files to Your Server
Once the download is complete, upload the package to your web server. To upload it you can use SSH, FTP or the hosting administration panel. Extract the archive to your public web server directory (e.g., “public_html”, “www”, etc.).
Note: For FTP, you need to extract the archive before uploading to your web server.
Create a MySQL Database for EspoCRM to use
Go to your hosting administration panel, or to SSH, and create a new database and user for EspoCRM (e.g., “MySQL Databases” in cPanel).
Start EspoCRM installation process
Now, open your web browser, and go to the URL with EspoCRM files (e.g., http://yourdomain.com/espo).
If you see this screen, you have a “Permission denied” error. So, you need to execute the displayed command in the terminal via SSH, or set the correct permission. It should be 755 for directories, 644 for files, and 775 for “data” directory. Also, make sure that you have the correct “owner” and “group”.
If you see the following screen, the permission is correct and you can start installing EspoCRM.
On this page, you can read and accept the License Agreement.
Enter the details for your newly created MySQL database.
Enter the user name and password of Administrator EspoCRM.
On this page you can set the default settings of EspoCRM, such as date and time format, timezone, currency and others.
Enter SMTP settings for outgoing emails, if you want to have the ability to send emails. This step can be skipped by clicking the “Next” button. All of these options can be added/changed in EspoCRM after installation.
Congratulation! Installation is complete. The last thing to do is add the Espo Scheduled Jobs to Crontab/Scheduled Tasks.
We hope you will enjoy working with EspoCRM.