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How to add Linux Devices to QRM+


Users can select from the list of discovered devices and click the "Add Device to QRM+" button to add these devices to QRM+.

Users of Linux devices must provide the administrator User ID and password to allow QRM+ to install the QRMAgent on the Linux device.

Follow these steps to add a Linux device to QRM+:

Step 1:  Select the devices to add from the list of discovered devices.
Step 2:  Click the "Add Device to QRM+" button.

Step 3: Select the devices to be added on the device list screen.

Step 4: You will be prompted to download QRMAgent for Linux. Click "Download" next to "Download Linux QRMAgent".

Step 4-1: Users can select the appropriate Linux QRMAgent installation package.

QRM+ is currently supported by the below Linux distributions:

QRMAgent Package Name Target OS
X86-64 - Ubuntu Ubuntu 12.x, Ubuntu 14.x, Ubuntu 16.x
x86-64 - CentOS CentOS 6, CentOS 7
x86-64 - Debian Debian 8

QRMAgent can also be downloaded for various operating systems from "Settings" > "QRMAgent Repository".

Step 5: After the QRMAgent installation package has been downloaded, copy it to the Linux device to be managed.

Step 6: In the Linux shell, unzip the QRMAgent installation package.

Use the following command to run the QRMAgent installation program:
“sudo bash InstallUbuntuQRMAgent.sh <Client IP Address>”

Step 7: Enter the QRM+ Username and Password.

Step 7-1: Confirm your sign in with 2-step Verification (if enabled).

Step 8: The installation process will be displayed.

Step 9: You will see the device status in the list.

Release date: 2017-09-05
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