Now that you have the ClearOS framework installed, you can install Marketplace. You can install other apps (for example app-date), but installing Marketplace will let you install the rest of your apps via the web-based administration tool.
When you install Marketplace, you will see other required apps installed as well:
yum install app-marketplace
The output should look something like the following:
Installing: app-marketplace noarch 1:1.0.2-1.v6 Installing for dependencies: app-clearcenter noarch 1:1.0.2-1.v6 app-clearcenter-core noarch 1:1.0.2-1.v6 app-language-core noarch 1:1.0.2-1.v6 app-marketplace-core noarch 1:1.0.2-1.v6 app-network noarch 1:1.0.2-1.v6 app-network-core noarch 1:1.0.2-1.v6 app-registration noarch 1:1.0.2-1.v6 app-registration-core noarch 1:1.0.2-1.v6 app-suva-core noarch 1:1.0.2-1.v6 suva-client x86_64 3.1-6.v6
Next, it is a good idea to restart webconfig to make sure the underlying PHP modules are active. On a normal ClearOS install, this is already done of course, but we're doing things manually here:
service webconfig restart
At this point, you should be able to point your web browser to https://your.ip.address:81 and see the web-based installation wizard.
That's it… we're done. Going through this process, we hope you can see that ClearOS is similar to CentOS and RHEL, but with nicely integrated web-based interface. search?q=clearos%2C%20clearos%20content%2C%20dev%2C%20architecture%2C%20maintainer_dloper&btnI=lucky