To install from source, follow instructions in documentation. To install from package, use your systems packet manager and still follow the guide. Trust us, this documentation is useful and built to make your life easier.
|Release generic source and binaries||1.1.2||15 Mar 2018||cbackup-1.1.2 .tar.gz||~26 Mb|
|CentOS/RHEL 7 release||1.1.2||15 Mar 2018||cbackup-1.1.2 -1.el7.noarch.rpm||~23 Mb|
|CentOS/RHEL 6 release||1.1.2||15 Mar 2018||cbackup-1.1.2 -1.el6.noarch.rpm||~24 Mb|
|Ubuntu 16 LTS release||1.1.2||15 Mar 2018||cbackup-1.1.2 .deb||~26 Mb|
If your system can access internet, we advise to use Live Update feature as it's described in the documentation. However, manual update is also available and described.
|Update generic source and binaries||1.1.2||15 Mar 2018||cbackup-1.1.2 -update.tar.gz||~26 Mb|
Debug build are way more verbose in terms of logging and can be used to troubleshoot non-trivial behavior of equipment or software. However, we advise not to use it in production deployment due to less restrictive policies in terms of hanling your data.
|Release generic source and binaries||1.1.2||15 Mar 2018||cbackup-1.1.2 -debug-release.tar.gz||~31 Mb|
|Update for debug/developer appliances||1.1.2||15 Mar 2018||cbackup-1.1.2 -debug-update.tar.gz||~31 Mb|