Installation on Debian-Based Systems
Qosium Probe can be installed by using Debian package management system. This works on Debian, Ubuntu, Raspbian (Raspberry Pi), and other Debian-based Linux distributions. Installation can be done in terminal or by using package manager applications like the Software Center and Synaptic.
1. Preparations #
First, sign in to your account and access your downloads page. Then download Qosium Probe for the target machine. The package is typically named as
QosiumProbe_<version_details>.deb, where the
<version_details> part depends on version to another and may contain many identifiers.
2. Package Pre-checks (Optional) #
The Debian package can be verified by opening Terminal and running:
dpkg --info QosiumProbe_<version_details>.deb
To see what will be installed and where to, run:
dpkg --contents QosiumProbe_<version_details>.deb
3. Installation #
To install a fresh or upgrade an existing Qosium Probe in a machine, open Terminal and run:
sudo dpkg -i QosiumProbe_<version_details>.deb
It is also possible to use apt for installation. This method installs automatically all dependencies. Installation using apt-get happens the following way:
sudo apt-get install ./QosiumProbe_<version_details>.deb
The installation process asks all the relevant details, e.g., whether or not to install Qosium Probe as a Systemd service, etc.
After installation, you can check which version of Qosium Probe is installed by running:
dpkg -l qosiumprobe
4. Uninstallation #
To remove Qosium Probe from the device, run:
sudo dpkg -r qosiumprobe
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