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OpenEMR 4.2.2 Ubuntu-Debian Package Installation with PHP5

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Overview

This package does NOT work with Ubuntu 16.04(and later versions), Debian 9(and later version), Mint 18(and later versions). See the following new PHP7 compatible package for these operating systems:
This package is basically a installation/configuration package for Ubuntu, Mint and Debian OS that also configures Apache and PHP5. It is extremely simple to install, and supports automated OpenEMR upgrading.
In both Ubuntu and Mint, can install via command line or desktop, while in Debian we recommend only installing via command line.

Install OpenEMR

Desktop Ubuntu/Mint Installation

1) Download package here: openemr-php5_4.2.2-1_all.deb (MD5 sum:1696c882ee9886eee77e439b0295aec2)
2) Double click openemr-php5_4.2.2-1_all.deb file
3) Click 'Install'

-Enter your Ubuntu password

4) During installation, follow prompts and supply user input as needed

-If prompted, create a mysql root password (applicable if installing mysql server)
  • Note you can not leave the mysql root password blank, or else OpenEMR will not install correctly!
-If prompted, enter your mysql root password (during openemr installation)

5) Then login to OpenEMR:

Desktop - Browse to http://localhost/openemr .
(user is 'admin' , password is 'pass')
Server - From another computer browse to server at http://server_IP_address/openemr .
(user is 'admin' , password is 'pass')
(server IP address can be found using 'ifconfig' command)

Command line Ubuntu/Mint Installation

Commands (commands are in red)

wget downloads.sourceforge.net/openemr/openemr-php5_4.2.2-1_all.deb
sudo apt-get update
sudo dpkg -i openemr-php5_4.2.2-1_all.deb
(If there was an error(s), then issue the following command (type 'Y' after): sudo apt-get install -f )
-If prompted, create a mysql root password (applicable if installing mysql server)
  • Note you can not leave the mysql root password blank, or else OpenEMR will not install correctly!
-If prompted, enter your mysql root password (during openemr installion)

Then login to OpenEMR:

Desktop - Browse to http://localhost/openemr .
(user is 'admin' , password is 'pass')
Server - From another computer browse to server at http://server_IP_address/openemr .
(user is 'admin' , password is 'pass')
(server IP address can be found using 'ifconfig' command)

Command line Debian Installation

Commands (commands are in red)

wget downloads.sourceforge.net/openemr/openemr-php5_4.2.2-1_all.deb
su
apt-get update
dpkg -i openemr-php5_4.2.2-1_all.debb
(If there was an error(s), then issue the following command (type 'Y' after): apt-get install -f )
-If prompted, create a mysql root password (applicable if installing mysql server)
  • Note you can not leave the mysql root password blank, or else OpenEMR will not install correctly!
-If prompted, enter your mysql root password (during openemr installion)

Then login to OpenEMR:

Desktop - Browse to http://localhost/openemr .
(user is 'admin' , password is 'pass')
Server - From another computer browse to server at http://server_IP_address/openemr .
(user is 'admin' , password is 'pass')
(server IP address can be found using 'ifconfig' command)


Download and install most recent patch

Instruction to do this can be found on the OpenEMR Patches page.


Meaningful Use 2 Specific Instructions


Using OpenEMR

See the OpenEMR 4.2.2 User Guide


Securing OpenEMR

See the Securing OpenEMR Guide


Support

Support:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/openemr/forums


Author:
Brady Miller
OpenEMR Project Co-administrator
brady.g.miller@gmail.com
http://www.bradymd.com