In this tutorial, we will go through the steps involved in TestLink Install on the Linux machine. The distribution of Linux is Debian based Ubuntu Server LTS. TestLink is an open-source test and requirements management tool.
LAMP stack stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP. The operating system, web server, database server, and the language needed to run Testlink instance. A similar variant is called the WAMP stack. WAMP stack stands for Windows, Apache, MySQL, and PHP. TestLink installation details on WAMP stack can be found here:
- Linux Machine
- Apache Web Server ( https://www.testingdocs.com/install-apache-http-server-on-ubuntu-linux/ )
- MySQL Database ( https://www.testingdocs.com/install-mysql-server-on-linux/ )
- PHP ( https://www.testingdocs.com/install-php-on-ubuntu-linux/ )
TestLink Web Install
Click on the New Installation link to start the TestLink install.
TestLink New Installation Steps:
Acceptance of TestLink License
Verification of System & Configuration Requirements
Definition of Database Access
Create TestLink Database, Testlink DB User, Tables and data.
Create configuration file.
Verify and continue TestLink Install.
Read the license GNU GPL License agreement.
Check on the ‘I agree..’ checkbox and click on the Continue button.
TestLink will carry out a number of checks to see if everything’s ready to start the setup.
- PHP version
- PHP Configuration
- Folder read/write permissions etc.
Configure the MySQL database with TestLink.
TestLink Install Success
We are done with the TestLink installation. We can now log in and start using the TestLink application.
TestLink Login Screen
That’s it. TestLink application was successfully installed on Linux machine.
TestLink Tutorial on this website can be found at:
More information on TestLink Open source Test management tool can be found on the official website at: http://testlink.org