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Name Recital 10.0.3 for linux x86 and x86_64
Description

Recital 10.0.3 installer for Linux x32 and x64.

The download contains the following:

  • Recital Developer
  • Recital Server
  • Recital Client Drivers (ODBC and JDBC)
  • Recital Web (includes Apache plugin)
  • Samples

Recital Express License

When run unlicensed, Recital products run with a Recital Express License. A Recital Express License is for personal "non commercial use only" and can be used to develop applications for desktop or batch operation. It is a single-user license which does not allow multi-user data access. If you need to evaluate Recital products in a multi-user environment please contact sales to request a trial license.

System requirements

  • Intel 32 or 64 bit Linux kernel >= 2.4

Linux 64 Bit Additional Requirements

  • RedHat, Centos and family
    $ sudo yum install zlib-devel.i686 pam.i686 libstdc++.i686 libnsl.i686

    (and accept dependencies)

  • Debian family
    $ sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386
    $ sudo apt-get update
    $ sudo apt-get install lib32z1

    (and accept dependencies)

    $ sudo apt-get install libpam0g:i386 libstdc++6:i386

    (and accept dependencies)

  • Ubuntu family
    $ sudo apt-get install lib32z1 libpam0g:i386 libstdc++6:i386

    (and accept dependencies)

Installation Instructions

  • Download the installer into a temporary directory
  • Login as root (or run installer with sudo)
  • Run the installer from a terminal window
  • $ cd download_directory
    $ sudo chmod +x recital-10.0.3-linux32.bin
    $ sudo ./recital-10.0.3-linux32.bin
  • Follow the installer instructions

Getting started

  • For systems that do not have the xterm libraries installed, please install these to use xterm, or set the DB_TERM environment variable to start Recital from a terminal:
  • DB_TERM=gnome-terminal; export DB_TERM

    This setting can be added to the /opt/recital/conf/recital.conf (text) file to make it available system-wide.

  • Run Recital as root/with sudo to configure the compatibility settings
  • $ sudo recital
  • After saving the compatibility settings, quit to exit, then run Recital as your preferred user.
  • > quit
    $ recital

Full documentation can be found on this website in the documentation wiki.

By default, the system wide temporary directory for Recital is set to /usr/tmp/.  If this directory does not exist, or if another directory is preferred, this can be changed by modifying the DB_TMPDIR environment variable in the /opt/recital/conf/recital.conf (text) file.

Please note that the Recital ODBC Driver for Linux requires a 32 bit ODBC Driver Manager.

License Recital
File name recital-10.0.3-linux32.bin
Version
Size 45.31 MB
File type bin (Mime type application/octet-stream)
Owner Guest
Date added 12/05/2014 01:01:32
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Last modified on 20/11/2020 15:33:12
MD5 checksum 36e1d3bd56008274b74b9dbbaf0dc7c7
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