Download for Linux

Memopal for Linux is shipped in RPM and DEB packages.

Preferred method for downloading and installing Memopal Client is via repository.

Memopal provides apt and yum repositories with the latest available client packages.

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Memopal Apt Repository QuickStart

Same Memopal Client release version is available in many different deb packages. There is a specific apt repository for each package so any debian based distribution can find the closest possible match.

Specific Repositories are available for:
Debian8 stable: codename jessie
Debian7 oldstable: codename wheezy
Ubuntu16.04 LTS: codename xenial
Ubuntu14.04 LTS: codename trusty
Ubuntu12.04 LTS: codename precise

Open up a terminal shell and type in following command to gain root privileges:
sudo su || su

If you are not running one of the releases listed above, you must choose your best fit codename and replace $(lsb_release -cs) with it after copying and pasting, before executing the next command.

Add Memopal repository to apt sources. Be careful to replace CodeName with one you chose in step 1:
echo "deb http://packages.memopal.com/deb $(lsb_release -cs) non-free" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/Memopal.list

Add Memopal Apt Repository public key to your keyring:
apt-key adv --keyserver pgp.mit.edu --recv-keys '0D717D89'

Update package list
apt-get update

Install or Upgrade Memopal
apt-get install memopal

Eventually exit root terminal
exit

Memopal should now be correctly installed!! Now take a look at the Web-UI or run setup via
memopal --cli

and start backing up!

Memopal Yum Repository QuickStart

Same Memopal Client release version is available in a few different rpm packages. Thus there is a specific yum repository for each package so any redhat based distribution can find the closest possible match.

Specific Repositories are available for:
CentOS 6 32 bit
CentOS 6 64 bit
CentOS 7 64 bit

Open up a terminal shell and type in following command to gain root privileges:
sudo su || su

Add Memopal yum repository config file to yum:
wget -O /etc/yum.repos.d/Memopal.repo https://packages.memopal.com/rpm/Memopal.repo

Install Memopal:
yum install memopal

Eventually exit root terminal
exit

Memopal should now be correctly installed!! Now take a look at the Web-UI or run setup via
memopal --cli

and start backing up!

Direct Download

Install Memopal: Click here and follow the instructions.

Login and start backup

Memopal should now be correctly installed!! Now take a look at the Web-UI, insert your Memopal credentials and confirm configuration, or run the simble setup wizard via memopal --cli
and start backing up!

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