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Download Privacera Packages

Your values for the following variables can be obtained from your Privacera technical sales representative. To learn more, see Environment Variables.

  • PRIVACERA_HUB_REPO_NAME
  • PRIVACERA_HUB_USER
  • PRIVACERA_HUB_PASSWORD
  • PRIVACERA_IMAGE_TAG
  • PRIVACERA_BASE_DOWNLOAD_URL
  • PRIV_MGR_IMAGE
  • PRIV_MGR_PACKAGE

These values are used to set installation properties.

Steps to Download Packages

  1. In a terminal window, connect to the cloud Linux instance using an SSH client. Follow the steps given in the links below.

  2. Run the export command as shown below. Replace $PRIV_MGR_PACKAGE, $PRIV_MGR_IMAGE and $PRIVACERA_HUB_REPO_NAME with your values.

    export PRIV_MGR_PACKAGE=$PRIV_MGR_PACKAGE
    export PRIV_MGR_IMAGE=$PRIV_MGR_IMAGE
    export PRIVACERA_HUB_REPO_NAME=$PRIVACERA_HUB_REPO_NAME
    
  3. Using your $PRIVACERA_HUB_REPO_NAME value, log onto the Privacera Docker Hub:

    docker login $PRIVACERA_HUB_REPO_NAME -u $PRIVACERA_HUB_USER
    
  4. The default installation folders for Privacera and Privacera Manager are ~/privacera, and ~/privacera/privacera-manager, if using a different folder you will need to adjust the commands and sequences accordingly.

    Use the following commands to create the installation folder. Then using wget, download and extract the privacera-manager components as shown:

    mkdir -p ~/privacera/downloads
    cd ~/privacera/downloads
    wget $PRIV_MGR_PACKAGE -O privacera-manager.tar.gz
    cd ~/privacera
    tar -zxf ~/privacera/downloads/privacera-manager.tar.gz
    

    The folder ~/privacera/privacera-manager will contain all the required components.

  5. Next use the following commands to create pm-env.sh, this is a shell script used for Privacera Manager upgrades.

    cd ~/privacera/privacera-manager/config
    echo '#!/bin/bash' > pm-env.sh
    echo "export  PRIV_MGR_PACKAGE=$PRIV_MGR_PACKAGE" >> pm-env.sh
    echo "export  PRIV_MGR_IMAGE=$PRIV_MGR_IMAGE" >> pm-env.sh
    

After the packages are downloaded, the next step is to set up the environment for installing the packages. (For an overview of the installation steps, click here.)