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Attention!
  1. For operations, described in this chapter, knowledge of *nix-systems administration is required. Prior to start of these operations, it is recommended to perform full backup of Bitrix Virtual Appliance.
  2. Provided settings are listed outside the scope of the Virtual Appliance menu. This means that the details below are provided for informational purposes only and should be used with clear understanding of your actions and under your own liability. Bitrix24 technical support reviews the questions related to Virtual Appliance menu items only.

When developing your BitrixEnv-based solutions, tracking of file version changes will be required. This feature can be enabled by connecting a source data repository for Virtual Appliance, allowing to track all changes and modifications.

Attention! Packet source codes are available for stable and beta versions of BitrixEnv, starting from version 7.3.0.


VMBitrix stable version

  1. Add file for the repo /etc/yum.repos.d/bitrix-source.repo with the following content:

    [bitrix-source]
    name=$OS $releasever - source
    failovermethod=priority
    baseurl=https://repo.bitrix.info/yum/SRPMS
    enabled=1
    gpgcheck=1
    gpgkey=https://repo.bitrix.info/yum/RPM-GPG-KEY-BitrixEnv
    
  2. Check, if the packet yum-utils is available:

    yum clean all && yum install yum-utils
    
  3. Download virtual appliance source code data:

    • Standard BitrixEnv:

      yumdownloader --source bitrix-env
      
      Approx. console response for standard BitrixEnv

      VMBitrix

      1. Add file for the repository /etc/yum.repos.d/bitrix-source-beta.repo with the following contents:

        [bitrix-source-beta]
        name=$OS $releasever - source
        failovermethod=priority
        baseurl=https://repo.bitrix.info/yum-beta/SRPMS
        enabled=1
        gpgcheck=1
        gpgkey=https://repo.bitrix.info/yum/RPM-GPG-KEY-BitrixEnv
        
      2. Check if yum-utils package is available:

        yum clean all && yum install yum-utils
        
      3. Download virtual appliance sources:

        • VMBitrix:

          yumdownloader --source bitrix-env
          


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