Note: You will need to add "sudo" in front of each command if you install VSA 10 as a user.
Open up your terminal (a ssh connection will work too) and run the linux installer.
Then start the installation process:
dpkg -i vsax_armhf.deb
Then in order to register the VSA 10 agent on this system with your VSA 10 server, you will need to run this executable:
This executable should already be added to the path on your system. Therefore you should be able to run it from any place; however, if that doesn't work, then you will find it in the following folder
If the VSA X service is not started automatically, then please run the following command:
systemctl start vsax
In order to configure the VSA 10 agent on the Ubuntu system, open the config.xml file on the system for editing using your favorite text editor (vim, nano, etc.) and edit it according to the requirements:
Once the customization is completed, you will need to restart the VSA 10 service to load the new config file.
systemctl restart vsax