Starting the Installer

In Windows, you'll need Administrative privileges to run the installer executable file. Right-click the binary installer file and select “Run as administrator” from the context menu.

TIB_js-jrs_6.4.0_installer-win-x64.exe     (64 bit only)

The Windows installer will get an error installing the PostgreSQL database if the Windows user does not have sufficient Administrative privileges and if the installer is not started by right-clicking to use “Run as administrator”.

In Linux, the installer is a .run file; you can run it from the command line or from a graphical environment. To start the installer from the command line, open a bash shell, and enter the name of the installer file. For example:

./TIB_js-jrs_6.4.0_installer-linux-x86.run     (32 bit)

./TIB_js-jrs_6.4.0_installer-linux-x64.run     (64 bit)

In Mac OSX, the installer is a .zip file. After download, you should find the installer already unpacked in your <user>/Downloads folder. Double-click the following:

TIB_js-jrs_6.4.0_installer-osx-x64.app          (64 bit only)

Whether you run the installer from the command line or in a graphical environment, you'll be prompted for the same information. The following sections describe these prompts and assume you're in a graphical environment. If you're installing from the command line, use your keyboard to specify the same details. For example, with the license text, instead of clicking I accept the agreement, you press Y and press Enter.

The welcome screen introduces the installer. Click Next.

If you're installing a 32-bit installer onto a 64-bit operating system you may get a popup reminder that a 64-bit installer is available. You can continue the 32-bit installation if you choose to.

On Windows you'll get an error installing the PostgreSQL database if you don't have Administrative privileges and if you don't start the installer by right-clicking to use “Run as administrator”.

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