esProc (Standard Edition) for Linux
rpm installation directions

Source installation

  1. Open a terminal, switch to root user and execute the following command:
    su  root
  2. Create repo_esprocse.repo under directory /etc/yum.repos.d, add the following content, and execute the commands:
    cat > /etc/yum.repos.d/repo_esprocse.repo<< EOF
    [repo_esprocse]
    name=repo for esprocse
    baseurl=http://www.raqsoft.com/raqesproc/update/x86_64/rpm/
    enabled=1
    gpgcheck=0
    EOF
    Suse Linux commands:
    cat > /etc/zypp/repos.d/repo_esprocse.repo<< EOF
    [repo_esprocse]
    name=repo for esprocse
    baseurl=http://www.raqsoft.com/raqesproc/update/x86_64/rpm/
    enabled=1
    gpgcheck=0
    EOF
  3. Software repository update command:
    yum update
    Suse Linux commands:
    zypper refresh
  4. Install command:
    yum install esprocse
    Suse Linux commands:
    zypper install esprocse
  5. Uninstall command:
    yum remove  esprocse
    Suse Linux commands:
    zypper remove  esprocse

Install rpm

  1. Download rpm to the local and execute the following command:
    wget http://www.raqsoft.com/raqesproc/update/x86_64/rpm/esProc-Standard-20240602.x86_64.rpm
  2. Install rpm and execute the following command under directory where rpm files are installed:
    rpm -ivh esProc-Standard-20240602.x86_64.rpm
  3. Uninstall command:
    rpm  -e  esprocse
Tips:When dependency-related problems present during the process of source installation, just ignore them if you can choose. If the problem affects the installation, you can solve it through adjusting the rpm parameters. For example:
rpm -ivh esProc-Standard-20240602.x86_64.rpm  --nodeps --force