DocMGR is a complete, web-based Document Management System (DMS). It allows for the storage of any file type, and supports full-text indexing of the most popular document formats. It is available in many different languages and is easy to translate into new languages. DocMGR runs on PHP, the Apache webserver, and Postgresql. It optionally uses tsearch2 for full-text indexing which provides for faster search results and result ranking. DocMGR supports LDAP authentication, the ability to easily add and remove "objects" for storage in the system, document workflow, object subscriptions, WebDAV access, and an ever-growing set of features revolving around content storage.

The current version is 0.57, which may be downloaded from Sourceforge.
Interface: Web Browser
Rating: Good (5 votes)

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Very difficult install

This might be a great program, but the installation information is so outdated its almost impossible to deal with.

The Fedora install help tells you how to install Fedora 1 - not the program.

PostgreSQL itself makes MySQL look like an easy install. The path to python scripts in the setup defaults to a non-standard location, and even when it points to the right place it won't run.

The program might actually be great, and I could surely use a good document manager in linux BUT....

The best way to run this program might be to get a Windows Port and run it in a virtual machine. Its really that bad.