When you’ve navigated to the CleanSpeak Downloads page after logging into your Inversoft account https://www.inversoft.com/account you’ll be presented with several packages to download. Review the following information to understand which packages you need to download. If your target platform is Linux, using the RPM or DEB packages is preferred and provides the simples installation process. Only ZIP files are provided for Windows and Mac OS X.
1.1. Database Downloads
The database package contains the CleanSpeak schema and migration scripts that Inversoft provides to support version upgrades when database changes were made. In most cases, you will not need to use this package. Instead, both CleanSpeak Management Interface and CleanSpeak WebService will enter Maintenance Mode when it is started and this will automatically create the database or upgrade it. However, if you need to perform unattended installs or upgrades of CleanSpeak, you will need to download this package for the schema and migration SQL scripts. You can review the Advanced Installation portion of the Install CleanSpeak Management Interface section to learn more about unattended installations and upgrades.
1.2. Management Interface Downloads
The CleanSpeak Management Interface is web front-end that you will use to config the filter and moderation systems as well as moderate content and users. You will always need to download this package since it is the core component of CleanSpeak.
1.3. WebService Downloads
The CleansSpeak WebService is the web service that contains all of CleanSpeak’s APIs. This is the main integration point for your application to integrate with CleanSpeak. You will always need to download this package since it is the core component of CleanSpeak.
1.4. Search Engine Downloads
The Search Engine package contains the Elastic Search service that CleanSpeak uses to index and provide ability to search for users and content. You will always need to download this package since it is the core component of CleanSpeak.
You must install and start the CleanSpeak Search Engine before starting either the CleanSpeak Management Interface or the CleanSpeak WebService.