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.
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.
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
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
To remove Qosium Probe from the device, run:
sudo dpkg -r qosiumprobe