Quick Guide for Linux

For Windows installations, click here.

For unattended command line installation, click here.

The Linux installers are provided separately for each distribution:

  • The Ubuntu installer is designed for Ubuntu Desktop or server version 16 onwards,
  • The Debian installer is designed for Debian Server version 8 onwards.
  • The CentOS installer is designed for CentOS 7 or RedHat compatible versions onwards.

All Linux installers are provided as the "full" server version only.

Server Installation

The server installer is similar to the stand alone except there are options for how the product will be installed:

  1. First, users must run the installer as an administrator on the target machine (virtual or physical). See details here.
  2. Next, users are asked to choose a location for the product installation after accepting the EULA. Choose a location with enough space for the installation files (approx 1.8Gb)
  3. Next, users are asked where the data directory will be located. Choose a location that can house temporary files, the data repository and the in-memory engine. An SSD is highly recommended.
  4. After choosing installation locations, the user is prompted whether to install the entire product on a single machine or to choose different components to install (for multi-server deployments).
  5. The user can elect to install the database repository on the target machine using the internal PostgreSQL engine or use an alternative database instance (either PostgreSQL, Oracle or MS SQL Server).
  6. The installation process will then be launched.
  7. Next you will be prompted to provide the password credentials for the first user added to the system. The user name for this user will be your current system account name.
    1. If a multi-server setup is chosen, the user will only be prompted to provide the first-user credentials when the system recognizes that the minimum requisite servers have been installed on the network. This is the Web Server, Run Time Engine and Router.