Installation

Introduction

CloudBerry Backup for macOS & Linux provides command line interface (CLI) that entirely duplicates the functionality of the UI. CLI enables you to back up and restore files from cloud storage, edit global options, list backup plans and account, etc. Command line interface can be used for integrating backup process into production environment.

Installing CloudBerry Backup

Install CloudBerry backup by executing the following command:

  • macOS

Normally, double-clicking the installer and following the instructions should suffice.

For CLI installation the terminal command is below.

sudo installer -pkg "/path/to/the/installer.pkg" -target /Volumes/mySSD

where:

Parameter Description Value
-pkg (package) Indicates the installation package path String
-target Indicates the volume on which the app will be installed String
  • Debian-based
sudo dpkg --install "/path/to/the/installer.deb"

where:

Parameter Description Value
--install (-i) Installation package path String
  • RHEL-based
sudo rpm --install "/path/to/the/installer.rpm"
Parameter Description Value
--install (-i) Installation package path String

Updating CloudBerry Backup

Updates via CLI are only available for Linux

To update CloudBerry Backup to a newer version, execute the following command:

  • Debian-based
sudo dpkg --install "/path/to/the/installer.deb"
Parameter Description Value
--install (-i) Installation package path String
  • RHEL-based
sudo rpm --upgrade "/path/to/the/installer.rpm"
Parameter Description Value
--upgrade (-u) Installation package path String