How to manually update the Remote Agent for Windows Systems on a remote machine If a push installation of RAWS fails with errors and a local installation is not updating correctly, the following steps can be performed to work around this issue: For a 32bit remote Windows machine: 1.
Copy the RAWS32 folder from the location on the media server listed below to the remote server that needs the Remote Agent installed. Double-click on RAWSxxxxxx file located in the updates folder: For a 64bit remote Windows machine: 1.
Note: A host name can be used, however make sure that the Linux server can resolve the host name properly.
Installation requirement checks completed successfully as shown in Figure 7 below. To configure RALUS with user friendly configuration press "Y" (Figure 8)Figure 8: 11.The installation screen appears: (Figure 4)Figure 4: Type the LINUX server IP address or Hostname and press Enter as shown in Figure above.7.RALUS performs the initial system check as shown in Figure 5 below: Figure 5 Press Enter to continue.8.tar zvxf gz or tar -zxvf gz z = Gunzip(uncompress) it before extracting, used on file ending in gz or x = Extract the contents of the TAR file v = Verbose - display contents as it is tarring or extracting f = Filename to follow Note: If the file does not have ".gz" extension that means its already uncompressed and one has to just extract it using "tar xvf" command.Figure 1a: Or, in two commands as shown in Figure 1b below: Figure 1b: gunzip gz tar xvf 4.
It is important to copy the file to the Linux/Unix host and extract the files there as shown below.