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Obtaining Linux CDP Data Centers Software

To download the Linux CDP Server software, perform the following steps:

1. The software for Linux CDP Server 2.16 can be obtained via direct download from the Righteous Software website at

2. Log in to the server by entering your login and password in the form on the right of the screen. Registration is required for all downloads.

Existing customers use their R1Soft Customer Portal Login. The forum and tech support help desk have different logins.
New customers can register and download the trial solutions on by clicking on the "Free Trial for Linux" or "Free Trial for Windows" link. New customers can request quote here:

3. Locate the "CDP Data Centers (Linux)" product group.

4. Click on the "Stable" link for each selected product to download its stable release.

5. On the "Stable Release Downloads" page, select the most recent version. The version number is shown in the "Version" column. The release date is shown in the "Date" column. The most recent versions are displayed at the top of the list.

R1Soft products follow this format for version numbers: MAJOR.MINOR.MAINTENANCE. Pre-release downloads ALWAYS have a version number that has an ODD MINOR number e.g. 2.15.0. Stable downloads ALWAYS have a version number with an EVEN MINOR number e.g. 2.16.0.
You can view the release notes here:

6. To download, click on the "Linux 32-bit (x86)" or "Linux 64-bit (AMD64)" link.

For Linux Data Centers products Version 2.12 or up there are two separate files for 32-bit and 64-bit systems.

The versions previous to 2.12 were built as a 32-bit binary, but could run on 64-bit Hardware/OS; there was a common download link for both 32-bit and 64-bit Linux.

7. Click on "Back" to return to the software list.

8. The following products should be downloaded:

  • The Linux Control Server For Data Centers
  • The Linux Web Server For Data Centers
  • The Linux CDP Server For Data Centers
    The Control Server can communicate with both the Linux-based and Windows-based CDP Servers. The current guide describes only the Linux-based products.
    If your Linux installation does not provide any x-windows interface, you can use the Linux wget command or a similar utility to download the necessary file.
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