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{excerpt:hidden=true}General information about the installation of CDP 4.0 Standard Edition on Linux. {excerpt}

There are two methods of installing CDP Free Edition:
* *Automatic* {color:#000000}--{color} Adding the R1Soft packages repository to *APT* (Advanced Packaging Tool) or *YUM* (Yellowdog Updater, Modified) configuration when installing CDP Enterprise Server using {{apt-get}} or {{yum.}}
* *Manual* {color:#000000}--{color} Downloading the R1Soft binary packages and installing them using {{dpkg}} or {{rpm.}}

All four package managers {color:#000000}--{color} {{apt-get}}, {{yum}}, {{dpkg}}, and {{rpm}} {color:#000000}--{color} are Linux console applications. They can be started in a remote SSH session, in a GUI terminal window (Konsole in KDE, Gnome Terminal in Gnome, etc.), or on the Linux text console.
{info:title=Note}PuTTY is the recommended SSH client. PuTTY allows you to paste text from the Windows clipboard by clicking the right mouse button. You can download PuTTY here:

Establish an SSH connection to the Linux server or log in on the Linux text console. You should either log in as root or obtain root permissions after logging in via the {{su}} or {{sudo}} command.

For detailed instructions for your Linux distribution, refer to the following pages:

* [Installing Standard Edition on CentOS, RHE, and Fedora]
* [Installing Standard Edition on Debian and Ubuntu]

After the installation is complete, a reboot is not required.

{excerpt:hidden=true}General information about the installation of CDP 4.6 Free Edition on Linux. {excerpt}{newversion}