The package can be installed using the following command:
sudo dpkg -i pathfinder-server_X.X.X.deb
After the installation has finished a wizard for the database configuration will open.
Enter the data of your Pathfinder database and click Next.
Select the license.ldf file (needs to have that name) and click Next.
You can choose between a self signed localhost generated by the configuration wizard or select a certificate file using the custom option, then click on Finish button to start Pathfinder Server in the background.
In order to change the database configuration later you can access the wizard using
sudo pathfinder-server -c.
The current status of the Pathfinder Server Service can be checked using
sudo systemctl status pathfinder-server.service. To view an ongoing log
sudo journalctl -fu pathfinder-server.service can be used.
The service can be manually started, stopped and restarted using the corresponding command:
sudo systemctl start|stop|restart pathfinder-server.service.
Updating the package
In order to update Pathfinder Server please install the new package using
sudo dpkg -i pathfinder-server_x.x.x.deb and restart the service using
sudo systemctl restart pathfinder-server.service.
Uninstalling the package
In order to uninstall Pathfinder Server please remove the package using:
sudo dpkg -r pathfinder-server
sudo dpkg -P pathfinder-server
“The configured user limit (128) on the number of inotify instances has been reached”
Execute this code in Terminal with sudo permissions.
echo fs.inotify.max_user_watches=524288 | sudo tee -a /etc/sysctl.conf && sudo sysctl -p
You may need to reboot.