Before you begin
Make sure that:
- You have root privileges on the computer on which you plan to install the inSync server.
- Make sure that the computer is set to the desired time zone. The records in the Live Activities stream display time based on the time zone set on the computer at the time of installation.
- You download the inSync server installation package on the computer where you are installing it.
Note: For Ubuntu, download the .deb package. For CentOS, download the .rpm package.
For Ubuntu users
- From the directory that contains the .deb package, run the following command:
- (32-bit computer)
sudo dpkg -i <package_name>
- (64-bit computer)
sudo dpkg -i --force-architecture <package_name>
For CentOS users
- From the directory that contains the .rpm package, run the following command:
rpm -ivh <package_name>
Note: In this command, <package_name> represents the file name (along with the extension) of the .rpm package.
Using the insync-config.sh file, you can perform the post-installation configuration of your inSync server.
To configure the inSync server
- Open Terminal and run the following command:
- When prompted, enter the first administrator details.
- Administrator Name: The display name of the first administrator.
- E-mail address: The e-mail ID of the first administrator.
- Password: The password for the first administrator.
Note: If you assigned somebody other than yourself the role of a first administrator, share the email address and password that you used for creating the first administrator. Additionally, share the IP address and TCP port of the inSync server.
Additional options in the insync-config.sh file
- To view file options, run the following command:
sudo insync-config.sh -h
- To reconfigure the administrator account, run the following command:
sudo insync-config.sh -f
- To check the status of an administrator account, run the following command:
sudo insync-config.sh -c