May 05, 2017

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Installing Timestrap On CentOS 7

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Vippy The VPS

Based on the popularity of our tweet about timestrap, a new self-hosted time tracking system, and our ultimate guide on self-hosted alternatives to cloud apps, we thought it made sense to do a quick walkthrough of how you can install timestrap on a CentOS server.

First, let's install the python packages necessary to run timestrap. That includes python and pip, but first we need to enable the EPEL repository.

$ sudo yum --enablerepo=extras install epel-release
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