When upgrading InTime Server with a new installer of same version, the installer will overwrite the previous installation.
- Download the correct installer, check and make sure the MD5 checksum is correct.
- Make sure there is no user using InTime during the upgrade and there is no job running.
Copy the installer to the directory where InTime Server is installed, launch a terminal console and goto the InTime Server installation directory. Check the installer permission and make sure to use the same user and group before installing.
[admin@host intimeserver]$ chmod u+x intimeserver_<version>_linux.sh [admin@host intimeserver]$ ./start_server.sh -stop [admin@host intimeserver]$ ./intimeserver_<version>_linux.sh [admin@host intimeserver]$ ./start_server.sh
Quit InTime Server by closing the command prompt. Double click on the installer and let the wizard guide the installation.
- Linux Operating System
- Windows Operating System
Knowledge Base ID: 6057 – Last Review: Jul 24 2015 – Revision: 1.0