Using the scriptcase installer

ScriptCase’s installer is a executable file for linux. An application for self-extracting and configuring APACHE, PHP and SCRIPTCASE on your Operating System.

In order to execute the installer correctly, we need to give it “execute permissions”. Scriptcase installer will install automatically in your computer:

1 – Apache Web Server 2.2.15.
2 – PHP 5.3 with the mbstringzip and gd extensions enabled.
3 – Zend Guard Loader 3.3.
4 – Scriptcase Version 7.

* Before we proceed with the installation is recomended to do not have any other web environment (such as XAMP, Zend Server, etc…) installed on the machine.
* Is aways recomended to have some basic knowledgment of environment in order to use the terminal.
* We recomend the use of the SQLite database.

This mannual will teach us to install ScriptCase in 3 simple steps:

  1. Step 1:Execute ScriptCase’s installer.
  2. Step 2:Pick the installer’s settings.
  3. Step 3:Execute ScriptCase.


1 – Find the installer accessing the folder and subfolders using the CD command.

user@computer:~$ cd /your/download/folder

Scriptcase Installer requires to be executed with administrative permissions to make changes on your computer. We need to require admin permissions (aka “root permissions”) in order to execute the installer.

2 – Require root access by using SUDO SU and typing your password (if needed).

user@computer:~/your/download/folder$ sudo su

3 – Grant execute permissions to the file.

user@computer:~/your/download/folder$ chmod -x

4 – Run the installer.

user@computer:~/your/download/folder$ ./



In the images bellow we are able to see all the installation’s properties.

1 – Select installer language.

  1. Language: Select the language that will be shown on the installation process. This will not select ScriptCase’s Language.

Click “Forward” to continue…

2 – Welcome message.

This screen shows the installer’s welcome message

Click “Forward” to continue…

3 – License agreement.

  1. Do you accept this license?: You must read and accept the terms before continuing.

Click “Forward” to continue…

4 – Installation directory.

The default installation path is “/opt/NetMake/v7/”. Don’t change this path unless you know what you are doing.
  1. Installation Directory: Put here the path for the installation.
  2. Browse: This button allows you to choose from your folders for the installation path or create a new one.

Click “Forward” to continue…

5 – Apache Configuration.

  1. Port: This will define what port will Apache service run on. We recommend to use the default value.
  2. Email Administrator: This is the Apache’s administrator e-mail. This is the configuration for Apache only, not ScriptCase.
  3. Apache Domain: Apache domain must be defined here. More info about Apache domains here.

Click “Forward” to continue…

6 – Install.

The installer will now start the installation process.

Click “Forward” to continue…

  1. Progress Bar: The overall installation progress.

Click “Forward” to continue…

7 – Completing Setup.

  1. View Readme File: When you finish the installer, it will show the README file.
  2. Open Scriptcase 7: When you finish the installer, it will open ScriptCase.

Click “Finish” to complete.


Now to access your scriptcase, you must access on the browser the IP adress and the port you choose for Apache.


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August 14, 2013


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