Install using Composer
Since version 8.0.0, Bacula-Web dependencies are managed using Composer.
As stated on Composer’s official website
Composer is a tool for dependency management in PHP. It allows you to declare the libraries your project depends on and it will manage (install/update) them for you.
Let’s start by installing Composer on your system
Most Linux distro provides Composer as package, so to install it run this command
On Debian / Ubuntu
$ sudo apt-get install composer
On Red Hat, Centos, Fedora
$ sudo yum install composer
If your distro doesn’t provide Composer package, Composer website contains all information you can install it manually as explained on this page.
Make sure you’re using latest Composer version. Read more on Packagist.com website
Install with Composer
From your $HOME folder, run the command below
$ composer create-project --no-dev --prefer-dist bacula-web/bacula-web bacula-web
Once done, you can check Bacula-Web installation by running the command below
$ cd bacula-web && composer check
Checking platform requirements for packages in the vendor dir
ext-dom 20031129 success
ext-gettext 8.0.28 success
ext-json 8.0.28 success
ext-libxml 8.0.28 success
ext-mbstring * success provided by symfony/polyfill-mbstring
ext-openssl 8.0.28 success
ext-pcre 8.0.28 success
ext-pdo 8.0.28 success
ext-phar 8.0.28 success
ext-posix 8.0.28 success
ext-simplexml 8.0.28 success
ext-sqlite3 8.0.28 success
ext-tokenizer 8.0.28 success
ext-xml 8.0.28 success
ext-xmlwriter 8.0.28 success
php 8.0.28 success
Fix files/folders ownership and permissions
$ sudo mv -v bacula-web /var/www/
$ sudo chown -Rv www-data: /var/www/bacula-web
$ sudo chmod -Rv 755 /var/www/bacula-web
$ sudo chmod -v 775 /var/www/bacula-web/application/views/cache
$ sudo chmod -v 775 /var/www/bacula-web/application/assets/protected
Above instructions are based on Debian/Ubuntu distro.
On rpm based distro, change the user from www-data to apache, in case od doubts, please refer to the OS documentation.
If you’ve installed Bacula-Web somewhere else than /var/www/bacula-web, then you’ll need to adapt to your setup.
Once you’re done, it’s time to Configure Bacula-Web