Installing xecurebrowser in linux

xecurebrowser-release-candidate-1
In order to run the XecureBrowser, we already build two fancy scripts to configure and install XecureBrowser.

Actually, the script will divided into two parts.
1. configure-xecurebrowser
This script will setup the environment for XecureBrowser (e.g. profiles)
2. install-xecurebrowser
This script will copy all XecureBrowser files to /usr/local and setup a symbolic-link on
/usr/local/bin to make it reach from your default environment path :)

See the following example:
Installing
retnet@retnet:~$ tar xjvf xecurebrowser-1.0.0-rc1-linux-i386.tar.bz2
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skipping...extracting..
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retnet@retnet:~$ ls -la
Desktop      Pictures           Videos       
Documents    Public             XecureBrowser        
Music       Templates  xecurebrowser-1.0.0-rc1-linux-i386.tar.bz2
retnet@retnet:~$

After extracting, you can now run configure-xecurebrowser script.
But before execute configure-xecurebrowser and install-xecurebrowser, make sure those files are executeable.

retnet@retnet:~$ cd XecureBrowser
retnet@retnet:~$ chmod +x configure-xecurebrowser install-xecurebrowser

Now running configure-xecurebrowser.

retnet@retnet:~$ ./configure-xecurebrowser
[+]Please wait while this script is configuring XecureBrowser.
[+]Removing profile (if exist)..
[+]Done. You may run './install-xecurebrowser' to install it.
retnet@retnet:~$ 

Next, run './install-xecurebrowser' (without quotes).
You need super user privilege to run this script, it can be 'sudo' or 'su' depending on your distribution.

Installing on Ubuntu/Debian (or Debian derivatives)

retnet@retnet:~$ sudo ./install-xecurebrowser
[sudo] password for user:
[+]Copying all files to /usr/local
[+]Confirming all binaries are executeable.
[+]Done!XecureBrowser is now installed.

|--> Run XecureBrowser by typing 'xecurebrowser' (without quote) on terminal <--| [+]Thank you for using XecureBrowser. [+]This is a Release Candidate 1 version. [+]Support us xbsupport[at]xecureit[dot]com. retnet@retnet:~$  

Installing on Fedora/Slackware/Redhat/Other Distribution
which doesn't use sudo to gain root.


retnet@retnet:~$ su -c 'sh install-xecurebrowser'
Password: [enter root password here]
[+]Copying all files to /usr/local
[+]Done!XecureBrowser is now installed.

|--> Run XecureBrowser by typing 'xecurebrowser' (without quote) on terminal <--| [+]Thank you for using XecureBrowser. [+]This is a Release Candidate 1 version. [+]Support us xbsupport[at]xecureit[dot]com. retnet@retnet:~$ User now can run XecureBrowser on their konsole, gnome-terminal, Run Dialog or via File Manager (e.g. Nautilus or Konqueror)

Run the Xecurebrowser

# Via Commandline (Konsole/Gnome-Terminal)
(assumed you are now in $HOME, you may check it by typing 'pwd' command)
retnet@retnet:~$ pwd
/home/retnet
retnet@retnet:~$ xecurebrowser

# Via Run Dialog
press Alt+F2 to pop out the Run Dialog and put "xecurebrowser" (without the quotes) to the run dialog.

2 comments:

CARA MENGHITUNG JUMLAH KLIK said...

oh begono..hehe

thanks mas..mampir ke blog q juga yah. q tungguin loh..

Ret-net said...

CARA : sama-sama bro, ke TKP ah...

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