The Deveo Admin is a simple UI application for configuring and managing Deveo configuration. Use the following steps to configure hostname and mail settings to your instance. To start, go to the /admin URL of the Deveo installation.
Step 1: Configure Hostname
In order to use Deveo, a valid host name is required. The Deveo hostname must be a fully qualified domain name (FQDN) and resolvable by product users. Deveo will use this configured hostname in repository URLs, email links, and API requests. Even though Deveo can be configured to use IP address or another hostname assigned to the server, a delegated alias (CNAME) or name (A) to simplify future server relocations is recommended.
The "Preferences" page provides a number of other configurations, such as: Authentication method, enabling Deveo LDAP interface, and enforcing SSL. However, the first step is to bootstrap Deveo to make sure everything works as expected. Enter the hostname and click "Save preferences".
Step 2: Setup Mail
Enter the Support email, which is used in all outgoing Deveo emails, as well as the links to the Support team throughout application. To configure external SMTP server for handling Deveo emails, see Mailing Configuration section.
Step 3: Apply Configuration Changes
While completing the previous steps, the following warning appears:
This warning occurs every time the configuration is changed in some way that affects underlying Deveo services. Simply log in to the server, and run the
sudo deveo-ctl reconfigure command to address this issue.
Note: For Cluster Deployment, apply the changes on every Deveo Web server.
Congratulations, the Deveo instance is successfully bootstrapped and ready to use. It's a good time to test everything and further extend Deveo for production use: