OpenCATS 0.9.4-3

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OpenCATS has documentation and walkthrough videos to help you get OpenCATS installed on whatever system you want to run it on. If you run Linux, there are some scripts available that will automate the entire process.

We now have MAC install documentation (thanks skrchnavy!!) It lacks pictures, but should get you through it.

Please read the documentation and view the videos first.

NOTE: The documentation is updated for OpenCATS 0.9.4, as well as the Linux install scripts. The videos have not been updated yet, so when you encounter a difference....go with what the documentation says.


Super fast, super easy install.... :)
New to OpenCATS, and I did the install with someone from Google Support on the call with me. I get the following error:
This is the command I enter:
cd C:\xampp\htdocs\opencats

This is the response I get:
C:\xampp\htdocs\opencats does not exist

C:\xampp exists, the other two do not.

Would appreciate any help understanding what to do!
I assume you're comfortable enough with file explorer to switch through directories? Your opencats directory is likely called something different. You likely missed the renaming step in the instructions. If that's the case then it'll be whatever the file name was after the extraction (IE OpenCats-0.5.2)
New to OpenCATS. I'm installing on windows. Following the instructions with 9.4.3. When I run the composer install i get the below error from the cmd. Any idea? I tried to re-install, rename directory. Thanks.

"./composer.json" does not match the expected JSON schema:
- name : Does not match the regex pattern ^[a-z0-9]([_.-]?[a-z0-9]+)*/[a-z0-9](([_.]?|-{0,2})[a-z0-9]+)*$

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