Navigate to the directory containing the installer and launch it. This can be done by running a command similar to:
To install to a central location such as /opt or /usr/local, you will normally need to run the above command using sudo. If you do not have sudo privileges you can choose to install in your home directory, or any other location you have write permission for.
Then walk through the following steps. (The exact order options are presented may differ to that described.)
- Read and accept the License agreement and click Next.
- Choose where you would like to install the application. If you are upgrading from an earlier version, please refer to General information about installing and upgrading Workbenches for information about installing to an existing or different directory. Click on Next.
- Choose where you would like to create symbolic links to the program. Click on Next.
DO NOT create symbolic links in the same location as the application.
Symbolic links should be installed in a location which is included in your environment PATH.
For a system-wide installation you can choose for example /usr/local/bin. If you do not have root privileges you can create a 'bin' directory in your home directory and install symbolic links there. You can also choose not to create symbolic links.
- Wait for the installation process to complete and click on Finish.
If you choose to create symbolic links in a location which is included in your PATH, the program can be executed by running the command:
Otherwise you start the application by navigating to the location where you choose to install it and running the command: