Distributions provide site features and functions for a specific type of site as a single download containing Drupal core, contributed modules, themes, and pre-defined configuration. They make it possible to quickly set up a complex, use-specific site in fewer steps than if installing and configuring elements individually.
P6 Profile is a Drupal 6.x installation profile. It includes many essential
contributed modules pre-configured to get you started.
Following instructions are for 6.x-1.1 and older releases. Current releases uses the new Drupal Distribution Packaging system and includes the modules, themes, libraries and patches defined in the .make files, you don't need to run drush make to build the package anymore. See Notes in the download area for details of the release notes and what is included.
1. CD into the webroot.
2. Download this installation profile and extract to profiles/p6_profile under web root:
So, it should be like profiles/p6_profile/p6_profile.profile
Or you can use drush, too:
$ drush dl p6_profile --destination=profiles
3. Run drush make to download the core, contributed modules and themes:
$ drush make profiles/p6_profile/p6_profile.make . --prepare-install
4. Move p6 sub-theme to sites/all/themes
$ mv sites/all/themes/p6_base/p6 sites/all/themes/p6
5. Copy i18n-ascii.txt file to sites/default for enabling transliteration prior to creating aliases:
A development install with Drupal Commerce and Commerce File pre-configured. This is for development purposes only at the moment.
Sponsored by Commerce Guys
Springboard, Jackson River’s innovative solution for online fundraising and marketing, is a packaged distribution of Drupal for non-profit organizations who need to accept online donations and want to use Drupal to power other user touch points such as petitions, email registration and more. Springboard also provides a robust integration queue for bi-directional sync of data between Drupal and Salesforce.com CRM (standard, NPSP, and Convio’s Common Ground).
At GoSpringboard.com, you can:
The source code is available on GitHub. Get the Build file for use with Drush Make. Running
drush make on this file will download the Springboard installation profile and required modules. You may also opt to get these pieces separately:
Filmfolio is an installation profile for filmmakers, photography studios and production companies who are looking for an easy off-the-shelf solution for photo and video portfolio sites.
Filmfolio is very lightweight and uses:
- Nodereference URL
- Views Attach
For large uploads, Filmfolio utilizes FileField Sources and requires FTP/SFTP/SSH access.
Enables cataloging of footnotes and multimedia resources from a book or other document.
See the writeup about the project that spawned this distribution.
Discursive will eventually be hosted here, on Drupal.org. Some components are still missing from Drupal.org's package manager to properly build Discursive here. For further details: Install Profile Packaging.
For now, you will need to check out the code on the 7.x-1.x branch via git, run the rebuild script (which requires drush and drush make) and move discursive into the /profiles/ directory of a fresh Drupal 7 installation.
Built by OpenSourcery.
Sponsored by the Spatial History Project at Stanford University.
Video Kit 1.x for Drupal 7.x
Get started building with Video module fast.
In addition to the standard Drupal requirements you will need the following to
make use of Build Kit:
Video Kit for 7.x requies several patches to be applied to Drupal core. It
provides a `distro.make` file for building a full Drupal distro including core
patches as well as a copy of the `videokit` install profile.
1. Grab the `distro.make` file from Video Kit and run:
$ drush make distro.make [directory]
or use its url on Drupal.org directly:
$ drush make "http://drupalcode.org/project/videokit.git/blob_plain/refs/heads/7.x-1.x:/distro.make" [directory]
If above failed then you can try.
env GIT_SSL_NO_VERIFY=true drush make xxx ...
2. Choose the "Video Kit" install profile when installing Drupal
- Heshan Wanigasooriya (heshan.lk)
This is a profile for developers, that want to develop for Media derivatives API.
There is also a drush make file available, that will download all needed code-base for you.
This distribution will generate a "Drupal Commerce" store, an app store. The store allows browsing applications, purchasing them (or getting them for free of course), install them remotely and manage several accounts (websites). In the future we envision many app stores which serve many Drupal websites, distributions and other apps.
For using the app store as a client site or distribution install this App store client module.
This module is based on the work described here: http://groups.drupal.org/node/175329
This is the profile i use for core development. Like minimal but adds two node types and simpletest. Takes 18% more time than minimal. Standard is double of minimal so that's not an option.
Time Machine is an installation profile for communities and organizations looking for turnkey time banking software for their members and participating businesses.
For discussion about this project as well as time banking in general, consider joining the Time Banking group at http://groups.drupal.org/time-banking
Open Commerce is a Drupal distribution that helps you build a full featured e-commerce site based on Drupal 7 and Drupal Commerce.
Installation files and demo will be available very soon.
This installation profile was created in 2011 to help (primarily) Roman Catholic Parishes in the U.S. provision a website quickly, using sensible defaults and Drupal/web/SEO best practices. The profile provided a baseline website that parishes could use or emulate in building their own online presences.
This installation profile has been deprecated in favor of the OpenChurch Drupal distribution. Individual projects that are part of the Open Parish Initiative will still be maintained separately, and efforts will be made to make an easy onramp specifically for Catholic parishes into the OpenChurch distribution. See: #1380850: See if collaboration with 'OpenChurch' is possible?.
Development and progress will happen both here and at http://www.opensourcecatholic.com/project/open-parish
This sets up the Project* modules for the Drupal.org use case.
Clone the '7.x-1.x' branch of this project using the instructions found in the 'version control' tab above, and then use the
drush make build-projectinstall.make --prepare-install --working-copy d7project command to download Drupal 7 core and all the modules needed for this installation profile into a folder called 'd7project' inside your current working directory.
Prerequisites: If you are not using Drush v5.0+, you will need to download the Drush Make library and put it in ~/.drush/.
If the direct link to the make file starts working then the below command will work:
drush make http://drupalcode.org/project/projectinstall.git/blob_plain/refs/heads/7... --prepare-install --working-copy d7project
Shop Findastic is a Drupal distribution that facilitates you in building an e-commerce site with Solr Integration and Faceted Search.
The Distribution is created and maintained by netstudio.gr.
Distribution files and Demo will be available soon.
Features a digital CV/resume, blog, social network integration, contact form, and more.
- Everyone who wants a have personal web site.
- Drupal contributors and developers
- todo and TBD -
Install with commonly used features pre-configured.
Drupal distribution to collaborate and discuss community interests on a message board system.
StarterKit (installation profile) containing the Arctica demo site: http://demo.arctica.sooperthemes.com/
The demo site uses the free Arti theme, and extends it with a tiny sub theme that adds some specific styling to content, such as fittext responsive font scaling to make the big heading and button texts adapt to screen size.
- Arti Minisite
Since some things are just not possible with Drupal-hosted profiles, you have to download from this link:
Ignore the download link after this line, it's just an info file that I use to keep track of versions.
Dru++ is an installation profile that combines the enterprise CMS workflow capabilities of Workbench, with beautiful rich editing functionality built using jQuery, and advanced media handling capabilities of the Media module. Theme development is powered by Omega for HTML5 based responsive layouts.
- Dru++ builds on Omega to encourage mobile first design
- Dru++ is HTML5, CSS3 and responsive
- Dru++ has advanced contextual layout options
- Dru++ emphasises editorial workflow controls
- Dru++ allows simple staging of content changes before publishing
- Dru++ offers rich media editing
- Dru++ has full media capabilities
DrupalRecruiter is a premium solution for high end, professional recruiting job boards. It can be used as a standalone commercial job board portal or as an integrated part of your existing website.
- It lets you launch an easy-to-use advanced Job Board recruiting portal
- It is quick and easy way to deploy, and integrates seamlessly with your current (Drupal) website.
- Is providing all the key features to generate revenue, share content, and distribute postings through social recruitment features.
- Drupal Recruiter is scalable and a fully customizable solution (including the use of three customizable business models) to meet your unique requirements
- It brings together the power of the open source Drupal CMS, advanced semantics and the RDF Vocabulary, and state of the art search power to out perform your job site in a competitive job board market
- Has a buildin and flexible business model structure; pay per post, pay per view, per user type, prepaid or credit system, direct payment by paypal (commercial version only).
DrupalRecruiter is available as
Free version (installation profile)
Full version (installation profile)
Feature list at www.drupalrecruiter.com
Custom Link Shortener is an installation profile to setup a site as a service to provide link-shortening services. It integrates with a number of tools already in use today to provide scalable and measurable short link services for a variety of needs.
"JUMPSTART" is an installation profile designed to get a site up and running quickly. It creates a Drupal7 site, enables some of the most usefull core and contributed modules while it does not enable some core modules that are enabled on the "standart" installation profile.
It helps for rapid-development, creating sandboxes and of course for every day drupal usage since it saves you some time (eg: it auto enables views).
Contrary to most Installation Profiles, Jumpstart is version agnostic.
This means that it can be used against any version of D7. This is true for
the modules too. The reason that Jumpstart is version agnostic is simple:
By itself it doesn't do much, it simply enables a set of common modules.
NOTE: drupal.org demands a version on each project that is being packaged. So an experienced user might prefer using the profile-only package instead of the one including core.
At the moment Jumpstart enables the following modules (and dependencies):
Colorbox (the .make file also fetches the script)
It doesn't enable comments, toolbar, overlay and several other core modules.
This shouldn't tamper with the users experience in any way though.
This is an example installation profile that uses NodeStream as a base. It can be used as a template when creating new installation profiles on top of NodeStream.