WINDOWS

Windows 7, 8, 10

LINUX

Supported OS versions (verified)

OS Version Architectures
Debian 9 x64
Ubuntu 16.04, 14.04 x64
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 x64
SUSE Enterprise Linux 12 x64
Amazon Linux AMI .

Supported OS versions (unverified – possible problems)

OS Version Architectures
Ubuntu 17.10 x64
Debian 8.7+ x64
Oracle Linux 7 x64
Fedora 26, 27 x64
Linux Mint 18, 17 x64
openSUSE 42.2+ x64

For more information, please see the following page:

https://github.com/dotnet/core/blob/master/release-notes/2.0/2.0-supported-os.md

Prerequisites

Thru TransportClient built under Microsoft .NET Core 2.0.

.NET Core 2.0 is included to TransportClient package. There is no need to install it on the system.
Please make sure that your Linux distribution has the necessary libraries installed.

Linux distribution dependencies

The following are intended to be examples.

The exact versions and names may vary slightly on your Linux distribution of choice.

Debian\Ubuntu
These distributions require the following libraries installed:

libunwind8 liblttng-ust0 libcurl3 libssl1.0.0 libuuid1 libkrb5-3 zlib1g libicu52 (for Ubuntu 14.X) libicu55 (for Ubuntu 16.X) libicu57 (for Ubuntu 17.X)

Working with shared resources

To work with shared resources, you should mount them to the local file system.

Usage notes and examples

Please check that you have execute permission for Thru TransportClient file.

Execution file ( in the following examples):
Windows: ThruTransportClient.exe
Linux: ThruTransportClient

Examples of command-line commands for start the utility:

Pull command ./ThruTransportClient -c pull -a https://tcapi -t TRN475175 -e END632145 -s 30093D0D-BBE1-49C6-89B9-0D09750D257C -d “/home/user/Incoming” -V

Push command ./ThruTransportClient -c push -a https://tcapi -t TRN475175 -e END632145 -s 7163F80A-E395-4BDE-8842-4161ACD09576 -f “/home/user/Outcoming/file.txt” -R

Help ./ThruTransportClient -?

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