How to Install R1Soft

Update the Server:

yum update -y

Install KernelCare - This allows you to keep updated:

rpm -i

You can check if KernelCare is installed by:

kcarectl --info

Time to sort the R1Soft repo out:

nano -w /etc/yum.repos.d/r1soft.repo

Paste in the following:

name=R1Soft Repository Server

Time to install R1Soft:

yum install serverbackup-enterprise -y

Next, we need to set-up R1oft:

serverbackup-setup --user admin --pass r1soft!

Restart R1Soft:

/etc/init.d/cdp-server restart

You can now go to your IP/Hostname if you have set one up e.g.: http://ip-address/login.zul

After you have logged in click on Accept to agree to the EUL.

You can then start the 14-day trial after you set up the Agents.

If you still have questions about installing R1Soft, make sure to visit our R1Soft page or contact us by opening a support ticket or by using our live chat feature.

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