OpenClassify is the extensible and most advanced open source classified app build with Laravel.

1.27 2020-06-22 09:46 UTC


OpenClassify is the extensible and most advanced open source classified app build with Laravel and Pyrocms.

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'Preview Homapage Openclassify'


Server Requirements

  • PHP >= 7.2
  • XML PHP Extension
  • PDO PHP Extension
  • cURL PHP Extension
  • JSON PHP Extension
  • Ctype PHP Extension
  • BCMath PHP Extension
  • SQLite PHP Extension
  • OpenSSL PHP Extension
  • Mbstring PHP Extension
  • Fileinfo PHP Extension
  • Tokenizer PHP Extension
  • GD Library (>=2.0) OR Imagick PHP extension (>=6.5.7)

Via Composer

Do not create an .env file just yet - Installer will generate one for you.{.important}

composer create-project openclassify/openclassify

Host Configuration

When you setup your web host be sure to point the web root to public directory. Just as you would a normal Laravel installation.

Alternate Directories for cPanel or Virtualmin

In some environments like cPanel or Virtualmin it may be difficult to use the public directory as the web root. In these cases we suggest symlinking the public directory to public_html:

ln -s public public_html

You may also simply rename the public directory to public_html. Path hints will automatically use the correct path.

Directory Permissions

After installing, you may need to configure some permissions in order to proceed. Directories within the storage, public/app, and the bootstrap/cache directories should be writable by your web server. If you are using the Homestead virtual machine, these permissions should already be set.


Running the Installation Wizard

After downloading and it's dependencies with:

composer install

you will need to install the software in order to get started. By this time you should be able to visit your site's URL which will redirect you to the installer:

Using the CLI Installer

php artisan install

You will be prompted for details in order to proceed with the installation process.

You may need to run ulimit -n 1024 before installing via CLI to temporarily increase your max open files limit.

Automating the CLI Installer

You can automate the installer by creating your own .env file with something like this:


The APP_KEY must be exactly 32 characters in length.

Then run the installer and indicate that the system is ready to install:

php artisan install --ready

Development Team

Samed Durak @profstyle1

Vedat Akdoğan @vedatakd

Onur Üre @onurure

Fatih Alp @fatihalp

Emek Sancar @emeksancar

Ozcan Durak @ozcandurak

Dia @Diatrex

Thanks to

Ryan and it's stream platform and pyrocms it makes OpenClassify more powerfull.