<h1 id="installingcloudberrybackup">Installing CloudBerry Backup</h1> <h3 id="meetingrequirements">Meeting Requirements</h3> <p>Before installing CloudBerry Backup, ensure that your computer meets the following minimum software and hardware requirements:</p> <h4 id="hardwarerequirements">Hardware Requirements:</h4> <ul> <li><p>1.4 GHz 64-bit processor;</p></li> <li><p>512 MB of RAM;</p></li> <li><p>100 MB of free storage space;</p></li> <li><p>Internet connection.</p></li> <li><h4 id="softwarerequirements">Software Requirements</h4></li> <li><p>macOS 10.8.5 or higher;</p></li> <li><p>Ubuntu 12/14/16/17, 18;</p></li> <li><p>Debian 7.11/8.10/9.3;</p></li> <li><p>Suse 11/12;</p></li> <li><p>Red Hat 6.x/7.x;</p></li> <li><p>Fedora 25/26/27;</p></li> <li><p>CentOS 6/7;</p></li> <li><p>Oracle Linux 6.x/7.x.</p></li> </ul> <h3 id="installingcloudberrybackupformacoslinux">Installing CloudBerry Backup for macOS &amp; Linux</h3> <p>Having downloaded a <a href="https://www.cloudberrylab.com/download-thanks.aspx?prod=cbbmac&src=ms">macOS</a> or <a href="https://www.cloudberrylab.com/download-thanks.aspx?prod=cbbub1214&src=ms">Linux</a> installer from our website, you can go ahead and install CloudBerry Backup in one of two ways: silent installation via command line interface or the more common installation via GUI.</p> <h3 id="installingcloudberrybackupformacosviaui">Installing CloudBerry Backup for macOS via UI</h3> <ol> <li>Navigate to the folder that contains the freshly downloaded installer and double-click on it.</li> <li>Follow the instructions in the installer. Following successful installation, you will be prompted to delete the installer for your convenience.</li> </ol> <p><img src="/content/images/screen-shot-2018-03-29-at-19.40.42.png" alt="macOS installer" /></p> <h3 id="installingcloudberrybackupformacosviaterminal">Installing CloudBerry Backup for macOS via Terminal</h3> <ol> <li>Launch terminal and navigate to the folder that contains the freshly downloaded installer:</li> </ol> <pre><code class="bash language-bash">cd ~/Downloads </code></pre> <ol start="2"> <li>Install CloudBerry backup by executing the following command:</li> </ol> <pre><code class="bash language-bash">sudo installer -pkg mac_CloudBerryLab_CloudBerryBackup_v2.4.0.17_20180314172434.pkg -target / </code></pre> <h3 id="installingcloudberrybackupforlinuxviaui">Installing CloudBerry Backup for Linux via UI</h3> <ol> <li>Navigate to the folder that contains the freshly downloaded installer and double-click on it.</li> <li>Follow the instructions in the installer. </li> </ol> <p><img src="/content/images/screen-shot-2018-03-29-at-19.58.25.png" alt="Ubuntu installer" /></p> <h3 id="installingcloudberrybackupforlinuxviaterminal">Installing CloudBerry Backup for Linux via Terminal</h3> <ol> <li>Launch terminal execute the following command:</li> </ol> <pre><code class="bash language-bash">sudo apt-get install '/home/robert/Desktop/ubuntu14_CloudBerryLab_CloudBerryBackup_v2.4.0.6.deb' </code></pre> <pre><code>2. When prompted to continue, enter **y**. </code></pre> <pre><code class="bash language-bash">Do you want to continue? [Y/n] y </code></pre> <div class="hint hint-success"><i class="el-icon-success"></i> <p>CloudBerry Backup is now successfully installed!</p></div>