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Teampass

Teampass is a Collaborative Passwords Manager

Copyright (c) 2009-2017, [Nils Laumaillé] (Nils@TeamPass.net)

Licence Agreement

Before installing and using TeamPass, you must accept its licence defined as GNU AFFERO GPL.

This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or any later version.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU Affero General Public License for more details.

[Read Licence] (license.md)

Website

Visit Teampass.net

Bugs & Proposals

For bugs discovery or any suggestions, please report in [Github Issues] (https://github.com/nilsteampassnet/TeamPass/issues)

Requirements

  • Apache,
  • MySQL,
  • PHP 5.5.0 (or higher),
  • PHP extensions:
    mcrypt openssl
    ldap (if used) mbstring
    bcmath iconv
    xml gd
    ** openssl
  • Function 'mysqli_fetch_all'

Installation

Docker Installation/Use

Currently SSL is not provided in this setup, it is advised to use something like HAproxy to add SSL support

Two ways to provide Docker install
In both cases, the Teampass will be persistent IF you keep the data volume intact between runs and the database content (of course)

Docker Compose

  • using the provided docker compose file, that you will edit to match your setup (ports/volumes/mysql passwords etc), then build the Teampass image :
    docker-compose build
  • and run the compose app
    docker-compose up -d
  • the first time Teampass is launched, you will be prompted to configured it :
    • for the ''Absolute path to saltkey'', please use /teampass/sk
    • for the database setup :
    • the host is ''db''
    • the other credentials are the ones you provided in your docker-compose file

Simple Docker container

  • In this scenario, it is assumed you have a mysql database ready to be used.
  • First build the Teampass container :
    docker build -t teampass .
  • Then simply run the Teampass container with a volume to store the data :
    docker run -d -p 80:80 -v /srv/teampass:/teampass --name teampass teampass
  • The first launch, you will be prompted to configure Teampass :
    • for the ''Absolute path to saltkey'', please use /teampass/sk
    • for the database, please provide your own database parameters

Update

Once uploaded, launch install/upgrade.php and follow instructions.

Languages

Teampass is translated in next languages:

  • CATALAN
  • CHINESE
  • CZECH
  • DUTCH
  • ENGLISH
  • FRENCH
  • GERMAN
  • HUNGARIAN
  • ITALIAN
  • JAPANESE
  • NORWEGIAN
  • PORTUGUESE
  • PORTUGUESE (BR)
  • ROMANIAN
  • RUSSIAN
  • SPANISH
  • TURKISH
  • UKRAINIAN
  • VIETNAMESE

Languages strings are managed at [POEditor.com] (https://poeditor.com/projects/view?id=16418).

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