You must need Java JRE 1.8 or higher to run MyCollab. Before you begin, you should check your current Java installation by using the following command:
Create the new MySQL schema with the following command
CREATE SCHEMA `mycollab` DEFAULT CHARACTER SET utf8mb4 COLLATE utf8mb4_unicode_ci ;
Go to https://mycollab.com/on-premise/ and select the appropriate MyCollab distribution for your organization. Download it and unzip on your local server, from now let’s call $MYCOLLAB_HOME is the folder where you unzip MyCollab distribution.
Start MyCollab is different between Windows, and Unix.
Open the Windows Explorer, go to the folder
$MYCOLLAB_HOME/bin and click the bat file
Open the terminal, go to the folder
$MYCOLLAB_HOME/bin and run the script file
The default port of running MyCollab is 8080. You are able to change the port by edit the value of the key
server.port in the template configuration file
$MYCOLLAB_HOME/config/application.properties.ftl. After running the executable file
startup.sh (on Linux / MacOS) or
startup.bat (on Windows) then you open the browser with the address
The server address could be the server name or the IP value depends on your specific environment
You fill the appropriate values per the page instructions
and press ‘Setup’ when you’ve done. Wait for a couple of minutes to let MyCollab prepare the database, and other settings. After it is done, it will redirect you to the site setting page
Choose your admin username/password, and the date time format then press
Setup button, you are ready for using MyCollab!