Supported Linux distributions
To be fair, there are so many Linux distributions that we have not tested them all. We simply do not know if they all work or if there are any issues. When you are trying a Linux version which is not listed as supported then please contact the support desk. We like to know when something new is tried, if it works, and how well.
The following Linux distributions have been tested and are reported to be functional.
Supported Mono versions
To make the HTS platform work on Linux we are using the Mono framework. Since recently Microsoft has taken over the development of Mono and are pushing many updates, some updates work and some updates can give issues.
The following version of Mono have been tested and are reported to be functional.
Install the latest version of mono available. You can find details based on your linux distribution here.
You can also use the below guide, but it may install a version much older than the above link.
Pre-installation of the Mono framework
apt-get update sudo apt-get install mono-complete mono-vbnc
The installation itself
tar -zxvf linux32.tar.gz
This is how we can start the haasbot
To confirm its all working, enter
... and then HTS should be listed on port 8090 and 8092.
Having issues? You can also start HTS in debug mode to see details printed directly to the console, like so:
mono-service --debug --no-daemon -l:HTS.lock HTS.exe -debug
Setting Up HTS
Now you are ready to Enter your license key
Video on how to setup