Follow the steps below to install Xeams on a Linux machine.Log in as root
- Download the installer
- Extract the tar file using the following command
tar -xf XeamsLinux.tar
- Ensure the permissions for Install.sh is set as an executable. If not, use the chmod +x Install.sh command to change its permission
- Execute Install.sh script
By default, the installation script will install the server in /opt folder. You can change this location to any other value if desired. Additionally, it will create necessary scripts in /etc/init.d/ folder so that the server comes up when you restart the machine.
Using your browser connect to http://localhost:5272
On Centos Ran some problem while starting the service. It’s basically XEAMS is built on 32bit OS, hence the 64 bit CentOS 6 needs certain patch to fix bad ELF interpreter.
yum install glibc.i686
If you don’t use “sudo” in your set-up, Type
every time you see sudo, eg,
su -c dnf install glibc.i