Downloads

License Agreement

OBiBa software are open source and free of charge made available under the GPL3 license .

Source Code

The source code for the OBiBa software is available on Github .

Downloading Onyx

Requirements

Onyx is a Java-based application, so it should run on any platform for which a Java Virtual Machine is provided.

Onyx is a web application that requires to be deployed in web server container such as Tomcat or Jetty .

Instructions

For a quick start, we provide a Onyx Demo template project, which can be built and immediately tested. The build instructions can be found in the project's README file.

Onyx Demo 1.10.2-2 (.zip)

Once the web archive (.war) file of your Onyx-based application has been built, detailed installation instructions can be found in Onyx Installation Guide .

Configuration

Before you can use Onyx for your own purposes, it needs extensive configuration to fit your specific needs. Doing so requires reading the Onyx Customization & Configuration Guide and editing several files. This can be a complex operation that is done over several days depending on the features that need to be configured.

Downloading Opal

Requirements

Opal is a Java-based application, so it should run on any platform for which a Java Virtual Machine is provided.

Opal is a stand-alone web server application, therefore does not require web server containers such as Tomcat or Jetty to be installed.

Instructions

Detailed installation instructions can be found in Opal Installation Guide . We provide packages for Debian-based systems (Debian, Ubuntu, etc.) and Fedora-based systems (Fedora, CentOS, etc.). We strongly suggest to use these packages as it greatly simplifies the installation and the upgrades.

For Debian-based systems, see instructions in our Debian package repository .

Opal 2.8.0 (.deb)

For Fedora-based systems, see instructions in our RPM package repository .

Opal 2.8.0 (.rpm)

All other platforms should follow the installation instructions provided in Opal Installation Guide .

Opal 2.8.0 (.zip)

Configuration

Once Opal is installed, it can be configured to match your needs and environment. Please follow the instructions provided in the Opal Configuration Guide .

Downloading Mica

Requirements

Mica2 Server is a Java-based application, so it should run on any platform for which a Java Virtual Machine is provided.

Mica2 Server is a stand-alone web server application, therefore does not require web server containers such as Tomcat or Jetty to be installed.

Mica Drupal Client is a Drupal-based application, so it should run on any platform that runs Drupal .

Instructions

Detailed installation instructions can be found in Mica Server Installation Guide and Mica Drupal Client Installation Guide . We provide packages for Debian-based systems (Debian, Ubuntu, etc.) and Fedora-based systems (Fedora, CentOS, etc.). We strongly suggest to use these packages as it greatly simplifies the installation and the upgrades.

For Debian-based systems, see instructions in our Debian package repository .

Mica2 2.0.4 (.deb)

For Fedora-based systems, see instructions in our RPM package repository .

Mica2 2.0.4 (.rpm)

All other platforms should follow the installation instructions provided in Mica Server Installation Guide .

Mica2 2.0.4 (.zip)

Configuration

Once Mica2 is installed it probably needs to be configured for your environment. Please follow the instructions provided in the Mica Server Configuration Guide .

Downloading Agate

Requirements

Agate is a Java-based application, so it should run on any platform for which a Java Virtual Machine is provided.

Agate is a stand-alone web server application, therefore does not require web server containers such as Tomcat or Jetty to be installed.

Instructions

Detailed installation instructions can be found in Agate Server Installation Guide . We provide packages for Debian-based systems (Debian, Ubuntu, etc.) and Fedora-based systems (Fedora, CentOS, etc.). We strongly suggest to use these packages as it greatly simplifies the installation and the upgrades.

For Debian-based systems, see instructions in our Debian package repository .

Agate 1.3.0 (.deb)

For Fedora-based systems, see instructions in our RPM package repository .

Agate 1.3.0 (.rpm)

All other platforms should follow the installation instructions provided in Agate Server Installation Guide .

Agate 1.3.0 (.zip)

Configuration

Once Agate is installed it probably needs to be configured for your environment. Please follow the instructions provided in the Agate Server Configuration Guide .