Unison:Offline Environment Help

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If you have installed Unison to an environment that is disconnected from the internet you will need to manually download and install each update. This page will help you do that.

Important

IMPORTANT

BEFORE YOU UPDATE, PLEASE ENSURE THAT NO PROJECTS ARE RUNNING.

In the event you are updating both the data and software, please update the data first.


Data Update

To update the data you need to download and install the Unison Offline Installer.

Installer Download

Click the following link to download the Unison Offline Installer:

Unison-Build.tar.zip Unison Offline Installer FTP URL

Installation

Once you have downloaded the Unison Offline Installer, you need to install it on the machine you have Unison installed on.

  1. Download the Unison Offline Installer file from the link above.
  2. Move the file onto the machine that has Unison installed.
  3. Unzip the file using
    sudo tar –xvzf Unison-Build.tar.zip
  4. CD into the unwrapped directory,
    Unison
  5. Execute the data update script with
    sudo ./update_data.sh


Software Update

To update the Unison application you need to download the update data and install it.

Update Download

Click the following link to download the Unison Update Data:

CURRENT_UNISON_UPDATE.tar.zip Unison Update Data FTP URL

Data Installation

  1. Download the Unison Data Update file from the link above.
  2. Move the file onto the machine that has Unison installed.
  3. Unwrap the file using
    sudo tar –xvzf CURRENT_UNISON_UPDATE.tar.zip
  4. Copy the unwrapped directory into a directory titled Software with
    cp CURRENT_UNISON_UPDATE /usr/local/melissa/work/software/CURRENT_UNISON_UPDATE
  5. Run the update.sh script with
    sudo ./update.sh
  • Note: If your system does not recognize this file as an executable, you must give the script write permissions by running
    sudo chmod 755 update.sh


This should turn off all relevant containers that are to be updated, and recreate them with the new version of each container.