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    Adrian Williams

    The Data360 Analyze software installer files are located in the Data360 Analyze -> Downloads section of the Knowledgebase. 

    This is the link to the Downloads page. The software installer for the Linux platform is on the Analyze Server page. Note, you must be signed into the support portal to view the download pages for each version of the product.

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    hinh.tran

    Thanks Adrian,

    what's the different between 

     Download R Node Pack 3.6.1

    and

    Download Data360® Analyze 3.6.1 Server - LTS Release ?

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    Adrian Williams

    The "Download Data360 Analyze 3.6.1 Server - LTS Release" page provides links to the installers for the Linux (and Windows) software installers for the Server version of Analyze, together with the associated documentation (install guide and release notes). 

    The "Download R Node Pack 3.6.1" page provides links to the zip file containing the R node, and the associated installation and commissioning guide for the R node. This is only required if you want to leverage an Open Source R environment from Analyze (e.g. to perform statistical and predictive analytics using R language scripts). 

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    hinh.tran

    Thanks Adrian.

    Another question, for the Linux prerequisite, i need to install the below two items, where are the rpm located?

     

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    . Run the following commands to check that the urw-fonts and fontconfig packages are
    installed:


    rpm -qa | grep 'urw.*fonts'
    rpm -qa | grep fontconfig

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    Adrian Williams

    You should be able to obtain the RPMs for your system from one of the repositories that have been configured for use with the yum package manager. You should contact your IT team to ensure the packages are being sourced from an approved repository. The yum install <package> command can then be used to install the package, or use yum upgrade <package> to upgrade to the lastest version.

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    hinh.tran

    Hi Adrian,

    We found "fontconfig" in our repositories but not the fonts, do you think you can send me all the required fonts (

    urw.*fonts)?

     

    Thanks

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    Adrian Williams

    You should install the urw-fonts rpm for your OS version for example urw-fonts-2.4-16.el7.noarch.rpm for use with the OS version 7.x

    The Centos packages should be compatible and can be located in public repos, if necessary, e.g.

    https://centos.pkgs.org/7/centos-x86_64/urw-fonts-2.4-16.el7.noarch.rpm.html

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