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Installing the ARC Commander - Linux

last updated at 2022-12-20
  1. Download the latest ARC Commander release

  2. Make it executable

    chmod u+x arc
  3. Move to suitable place (e.g. in your home directory or to /home/bin/ to make it accessible for all users)

    if ! [ -d "$HOME/bin" ]; then mkdir "$HOME/bin"; fi # If it does not exist, create a folder `bin` in your home directory. mv arc $HOME/bin/ # move executable to that folder
  4. You might have to start a fresh terminal or source ~/.profile

  5. Test that ARC Commander is properly installed

    arc --version # check the current version

You should see the following or similar message:

Start processing parameterless command.
Start Arc Version
v0.4.0 Done processing command.

💡 A global config file will be created the first time you use the ARC Commander in the folder ~/.config/DataPLANT/ArcCommander/

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