Backup Manager Installation on GNU/Linux

We strongly do not recommend downgrading Backup Manager to a lower version after installation is complete. In cases where the Backup Manager has been downgraded, we cannot guarantee the application will function correctly.

By default Linux devices are recognised as server licenses on any invoices for Backup Manager. This cannot be changed.

To install Backup Manager on GNU/Linux devices, three installation methods are available:

  1. RUN installer - The command line interface requires minimum settings and suits all modern Linux distributions
  2. DEB – This method is available for modern Debian and Ubuntu distributions
  3. RPM – This method is available for modern CentOS, RHEL and SUSE distributions

After the installation is complete, you will be able to run Backup Manager using:

  • The command line interface
  • The graphical user interface, e.g. Backup Manager client