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For your convenience InfoNotary offers repositories with deb and rpm packages for software that is not open source.
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For your convenience, InfoNotary offers repositories for deb and rpm packages for non-open source software.
  
== For Fedora, RedHat or CentOS ==
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== For Ubuntu, Debian and Mint ==
<!--1. Add public PGP key of InfoNotary:
 
{{Шаблон:ConsoleOutput|su<br/>
 
rpm --import http://repository.infonotary.com/install/linux/INotaryCodeSigning.key.asc}}
 
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2. Download the configuration file in the directory where information for Yum repositories is stored:
 
{{Шаблон:ConsoleOutput|wget -P /etc/yum.repos.d http://repository.infonotary.com/install/linux/infonotary.repo}}
 
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[[Image:warning.jpg|32px]] Tested on Fedora 10+.
 
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To register InfoNotary repository in yum or dnf you must install this [http://repository.infonotary.com/install/linux/RPMS/infonotary-repository-1-1.noarch.rpm rpm package] with the following command in terminal:
 
{{Шаблон:ConsoleOutput|sudo rpm -Uvh <nowiki>http://repository.infonotary.com/install/linux/RPMS/infonotary-repository-1-1.noarch.rpm</nowiki>}}
 
  
All packages are signed with gpg key with following fingerprint:
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The following commands must be entered in a terminal. You can read what a terminal is and how it runs in the [https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UsingTheTerminal documentation of Ubuntu] or in [http://askubuntu.com/a/38220 this answer in askubuntu].
:'''9c14 29cf 1cdb 76bd 5efe 9cf1 ade8 9959 0dae 44fe'''
 
 
 
== For Debian, Ubuntu and Mint ==
 
The following commands must be entered in terminal. You can read what is terminal and hot to use it in [https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UsingTheTerminal Ubuntu documentation] or in [http://askubuntu.com/a/38220 answer in askubuntu].
 
  
1. Add InfoNotary public PGP key to the list of trusted APT keys:
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1. Add the InfoNotary PGP key to the apt trusted key list:
{{Шаблон:ConsoleOutput|wget -qO - <nowiki>http://repository.infonotary.com/install/linux/INotaryCodeSigningD.key.asc</nowiki> | sudo apt-key add -}}
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{{Шаблон:ConsoleOutput|wget -qO - <nowiki>https://repository.infonotary.com/install/linux/INotaryCodeSigningD.key.asc</nowiki> &#124; sudo apt-key add -}}
  
2. Download repository configuration file in apt configuration directory:
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2. Download the configuration file to the directory where the apt repository information is stored:
{{Шаблон:ConsoleOutput|sudo wget <nowiki>http://repository.infonotary.com/install/linux/infonotary.list</nowiki> -qO /etc/apt/sources.list.d/infonotary.list}}
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{{Шаблон:ConsoleOutput|sudo wget <nowiki>https://repository.infonotary.com/install/linux/infonotary.list</nowiki> -qO /etc/apt/sources.list.d/infonotary.list}}
  
3. Update information for repositories with the following command:
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3. Update the repository information with the following command:
 
{{Шаблон:ConsoleOutput|sudo apt-get update}}
 
{{Шаблон:ConsoleOutput|sudo apt-get update}}
  
Now you will be able to install programs from repositories with apt-get, aptitude, Software Center or Synaptic.
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After completing the above steps, you will be able to install the software from the repository via apt-get, aptitude, Software Center or Synaptic.
  
== Installation of specific packages from reporsitory ==
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=== Installation of programs from the repository===
Driver for Bit4id smart cards:
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Installation for Bit4id smart cards:
 
{{Шаблон:ConsoleOutput|sudo apt-get install bit4id-ipki}}
 
{{Шаблон:ConsoleOutput|sudo apt-get install bit4id-ipki}}
Driver for OmniKey readers:
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Installation for Siemens smart cards:
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{{Шаблон:ConsoleOutput|sudo apt-get install opensc}}
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Installation for OmniKey smart card reader:
 
{{Шаблон:ConsoleOutput|sudo apt-get install pcsc-omnikey}}
 
{{Шаблон:ConsoleOutput|sudo apt-get install pcsc-omnikey}}
Installation of our software for management of smart cards (Smart Card Manager)
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Installation of our smart card management software (Smart Card Manager) and for signing documents (e-Doc Signer)
{{Шаблон:ConsoleOutput|sudo apt-get install inotary-scardmanager}}
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{{Шаблон:ConsoleOutput|sudo apt-get install infonotary-client-software}}
Installation of our software for signing of electronic documents (e-Doc Signer)
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{{Шаблон:ConsoleOutput|sudo apt-get install inotary-signer}}
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== For Fedora, RHEL, CentOS ==
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To register the Infonotary repository in yum or dnf, you need to install the following [http://repository.infonotary.com/install/linux/RPMS/infonotary-repository-1-1.noarch.rpm rpm package]. This can be done with the following command:
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{{Шаблон:ConsoleOutput|sudo rpm -Uvh <nowiki>https://repository.infonotary.com/install/linux/RPMS/infonotary-repository-1-1.noarch.rpm</nowiki>}}
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All packages in the repository are signed with a gpg key with the following fingerprint:
  
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:'''9c14 29cf 1cdb 76bd 5efe 9cf1 ade8 9959 0dae 44fe'''
  
[[Категория:Инсталация и използване на удостоверения за електронен подпис]]
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=== Installation of programs from the repository===
[[Категория:Linux]]
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Installation for Bit4id smart cards:
[[Категория:Помощ]]
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{{Шаблон:ConsoleOutput|sudo yum install bit4id-ipki}}
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Installation for Siemens smart cards:
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{{Шаблон:ConsoleOutput|sudo yum install opensc}}
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Installation of our smart card management software (Smart Card Manager) and for signing documents (e-Doc Signer)
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{{Шаблон:ConsoleOutput|sudo yum install infonotary-client-software}}

Версия от 16:32, 11 февруари 2021

For your convenience, InfoNotary offers repositories for deb and rpm packages for non-open source software.

For Ubuntu, Debian and Mint

The following commands must be entered in a terminal. You can read what a terminal is and how it runs in the documentation of Ubuntu or in this answer in askubuntu.

1. Add the InfoNotary PGP key to the apt trusted key list:

wget -qO - https://repository.infonotary.com/install/linux/INotaryCodeSigningD.key.asc | sudo apt-key add -

2. Download the configuration file to the directory where the apt repository information is stored:

sudo wget https://repository.infonotary.com/install/linux/infonotary.list -qO /etc/apt/sources.list.d/infonotary.list

3. Update the repository information with the following command:

sudo apt-get update

After completing the above steps, you will be able to install the software from the repository via apt-get, aptitude, Software Center or Synaptic.

Installation of programs from the repository

Installation for Bit4id smart cards:

sudo apt-get install bit4id-ipki

Installation for Siemens smart cards:

sudo apt-get install opensc

Installation for OmniKey smart card reader:

sudo apt-get install pcsc-omnikey

Installation of our smart card management software (Smart Card Manager) and for signing documents (e-Doc Signer)

sudo apt-get install infonotary-client-software

For Fedora, RHEL, CentOS

To register the Infonotary repository in yum or dnf, you need to install the following rpm package. This can be done with the following command:

sudo rpm -Uvh https://repository.infonotary.com/install/linux/RPMS/infonotary-repository-1-1.noarch.rpm

All packages in the repository are signed with a gpg key with the following fingerprint:

9c14 29cf 1cdb 76bd 5efe 9cf1 ade8 9959 0dae 44fe

Installation of programs from the repository

Installation for Bit4id smart cards:

sudo yum install bit4id-ipki

Installation for Siemens smart cards:

sudo yum install opensc

Installation of our smart card management software (Smart Card Manager) and for signing documents (e-Doc Signer)

sudo yum install infonotary-client-software