To install ZigiOps on Linux, you must have root privileges. You can then run the installer file by executing the
sudo java -jar "<PATH>/zigiwave-zigiops-installer.jar" command.
If your system does not have the X11 libraries installed, the installer will fall back to console mode. This means the installation will be text-based, and you must use the keyboard to navigate the menus.
The ZigiOps installer landing screen. Click the Next button to continue.
The ZigiOps licensing agreement. Read it carefully, and if you agree, select the I accept the terms of the license agreement option and then click the Next button to continue.
The ZigiOps web console port configuration. Specify a custom port or accept the default one. Click the Next button to continue.
The ZigiOps installation folder. Click the Browse button, choose the desired installation folder, or accept the default one. Click the Next button to continue.
Select Installation Packages
The ZigiOps installation packages. Select the desired package(s) or accept the default ones. Click the Next button to continue.
The ZigiOps installation process. Wait for the overall installation process to complete. Click the Next button to continue.
Perform External Processes
The ZigiOps service installation and start process. Click the Next button to continue.
The ZigiOps installation ending screen. Click the Done button to complete the setup.
Starting and Stopping
Installed as a Service (systemd)
service zigiwave startor
service zigiwave.service startcommand to start ZigiOps.
service zigiwave stopor
service zigiwave.service stopcommand to stop ZigiOps.
service zigiwave statusor
service zigiwave.service statuscommand to check the ZigiOps service status.
Installed as a Process (initd)
./zigiops_start.shshell script to start ZigiOps.
./zigiops_stop.shshell script to stop ZigiOps.