Another interesting thing about Camicri Cube Server is that it is available for Linux and MS Windows, it doesn't require any kind of dependencies to run on both platforms, which means if your Linux computer doesn't have the Internet connection or for some reason you can't connect your Linux computer to the Internet then simply you can use Windows version to download packages (it even could be your network drivers for Linux or so) and install downloaded packages on your offline Linux computer.
How it works?Basically Camicri Cube Server can facilitate any Debian/Ubuntu based distribution, you can follow these screenshots as guide for both Linux and Windows versions of Cube-Server.
How to install?One more thing to tell you guys that Camicri Cube Only support Debian/Debian based distributions like Ubuntu. There are two ways to install Camicri Cube Server on Debian/Ubuntu/Linux Mint/LMDE/other Debian derivatives, one is to install via PPA and other method works for all Debian distributions.
Install via PPAInstall in Ubuntu 15.04 Vivid/14.10 Utopic/14.04 Trusty/12.04 Precise/Linux Mint 17.x/17/other Ubuntu flavors & derivatives open Terminal Press (Ctrl+Alt+T) and copy the following commands in the Terminal:
After installation open Camicri Cube Server from the Dash/Menu.
To uninstall Camicri Cube Server which is installed from the PPA, use the following commands:
Install using zipInstall in Debian/Ubuntu/LMDE 2/Linux Mint/other Debian derivatives open Terminal and enter following commands in the Terminal:
After installation run following command in Terminal to run the Cube Server:
To uninstall Cube Server installed from zip, run following commands in terminal:
Official LinksYou can download Windows version of the Camicri-Cube-Server and take a look at the official tutorial written by developer. Don't forget to give them feedback on their social page linked below.
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