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Save time localizing your equipment with Noah. (GoNoFurther) is a web software development company, founded on the idea that people shall be involved in the applications they would use. Since 1996 the company has worked hard to create applications that are meaningfull to the customer and easy to use by the users. has focus on development of web applikations and systems developed in cooperation with our customers and by utilizing the knowledge and experience with Asset Management and other areas of expertice. Development is mainly done in PHP, MySQL and javascript.

Today – supplies products that are developed based on users needs and requests.

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Noah Manual

Noah – Docker Installation

Install Docker from

Setup filestructure on you Docker host as shown in

Remember to set required root password, username and password in .env file. Do not alter host and database.

On your docker host, run command: docker run -dti

Goto your :30001 and login with admin and r0dgr0d.

Noah – Installation

HowTo install Noah on U*ix


U*ix (debian/CentOs/RedHat aso) installed with internet access.

Webserver (Apache2/Lighttpd)

php version 7 release - latest (

mysql server version 8 (

Optional: MariaDB server (recommended for speed and functionality additions) (

unzip (#apt-get install unzip)

The following extensions to PHP is to be included in the installation:

Note: as of version 1.72 rel. 5, Noah is supporting PHP version 7 - and mcrypt is replaced with openssl module.

Below modules are to be replaced with php- instead as this gives the latest version.

Default Values

Install by following:

copy/rename the dist-config.php file to config.php

Edit the config.php and alter the db_host, db_name, db_user and db_password

  • /* Database settings */
  • $db_host = 'localhost';
  • $db_name = 'gnf_noah';
  • $db_user = '';
  • $db_pwd = '';
  • Note: the Docker version of Noah (osomanden/debian-noah) ( and gets the db info from .env file.

    Do not alter the config.php file in the docker container!

    Use the install.sql from the /install path to create the new Noah Database

    mysql -u<noah_db_user> -p noah < noah_install.sql

    go to upgrade path and run the command:

    cd upgrade/

    php upgrade.php

    for the latest database version


    Note: some versions of .ini needs some alterations to avoid errors.

    CentOS / Debian:

    ; error_reporting

    ; Default Value: E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE

    ; Development Value: E_ALL | E_STRICT

    ; Production Value: E_ALL & ~E_DEPRECATED


    short_open_tag = On


    In some cases mysql is set to STRICT on basic installation.

    Optional remedy:

    var/ directory

    In some cases it is not enough to alter rights or ownership on var/ directory as stated. Noah will still provide an error like this:

    The '/var/www/html/var/' folder - and folders in that folder - needs to be set to writeable to apache. In unix, chmod -R 775 var/. System has stopped!

    The solution so far is: chcon -R --type httpd_sys_rw_content_t //var/

    CentOs specifics:

    mb_internal_coding() is per default NOT installed!
    [root@centos-s-1vcpu-1gb-ams3-01 www]# yum install php-mbstring

    To fix Apache write access:
    [root@centos-s-1vcpu-1gb-ams3-01 www]# cd /var/www/
    [root@centos-s-1vcpu-1gb-ams3-01 www]# cd html/
    [root@centos-s-1vcpu-1gb-ams3-01 www]# chown apache:apache -R html/
    [root@centos-s-1vcpu-1gb-ams3-01 www]# cd html/
    [root@centos-s-1vcpu-1gb-ams3-01 html]# find . -type f -exec chmod 0644 {} \;
    [root@centos-s-1vcpu-1gb-ams3-01 html]# find . -type d -exec chmod 0755 {} \;
    [root@centos-s-1vcpu-1gb-ams3-01 html]# chcon -t httpd_sys_content_t /var/www/html/ -R
    [root@centos-s-1vcpu-1gb-ams3-01 html]# chcon -t httpd_sys_rw_content_t var/ -R

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