1535: Installing Acronis True Image Server for Linux from *.i686 File

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Last update: Tue, 2010-12-21 13:29

How to install Acronis True Image Server for Linux from a *.i686 file. What to do if there is a "Permission denied" error message, when trying to install Acronis True Image Server for Linux.

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Introduction

Extension *.i686 denotes a standard binary file. If you would like to know how to install Acronis True Image Server for Linux from a *.i686 file or if you simply receive Permission denied error when trying to run the file, feel free to use the solution described below.

Solution

Please do the following to install Acronis True Image Server for Linux from a *.i686 file:

  • Open terminal (console)
  • Log in as "root"
  • Make the installation file executable: # chmod +x file_name.i686
  • Run the binary: # ./file_name.i686

More information

It is not possible to install Acronis True Image Server for Linux from X-Window System. The installation can only be started from the command line.

See also Installation of Acronis Backup & Recovery 10 Agent for Linux.

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