- Ozeki 10
- Installation guide
- Windows 10
- Linux daemon
- How to set the admin password for remote access
- Remote login
- How to reset your lost password in Ozeki
- Maunal uninstallation Ubuntu
- Red Hat
- Ozeki Installer
- Product Activation
- SDK Install
- SMS Gateway install
- Create SSH tunnel
- SMS Wall Install
- Earlier version
- Backup and restore
- Terms and Definitions
- Ozeki 10 Guide
- HTTP API
- Network speed calculate
- Bulk Messenger
- Cluster Software
- Developer tools
How to install Ozeki on Linux
The next guide is about to demonstrate how you can set up Ozeki Installer on your Linux operating system. This product is a great app store that allows you to get any Ozeki product that you want by just one click. The installation process will take about 10 minutes. The guide contains four steps with clean instructions. The setup procedure does not require any further Linux knowledge. This document contains each command that you have to use during the installation. You just need to copy-paste them. Let's get started!
Step 1 - Open a terminal
To perform the following installation steps, you need to open a terminal on your Linux host. To open a terminal windows, you can use the Ctrl + Alt + T shortkey (demonstrated in Figure 1).
Figure 1 - Open a terminal
Step 2 - Install all prerequisites
Add the Mono repository to your system
To install Ozeki Installer first, you need to get some dependencies to perform the installation. The first one is the Mono, which is an open-source implementation of Microsoft's .NET Framework. This product is crucial for running Ozeki Installer. To get the latest version of Mono, you have to add the repository to your system as you can see it on Figure 2 below. These commands can be found on the official Mono website: https://www.mono-project.com/download/stable/#download-lin-ubuntu
Figure 2 - Adding the Mono repository to your system
The next step is to install Mono on your computer. This operation can be done by a single command as Figure 3 demonstrates it.
Figure 3 - Installing of Mono
Install other required dependencies
The last step of the preparation is to install the other dependencies that needed for running Ozeki Installer properly. Figure 4 shows the command that you have to type to install these prerequisites.
Figure 4 - Installing other dependencies
Step 2 - Download Ozeki Installer
The very first step of getting Ozeki installer on your Linux operating system is to download is from www.ozeki.hu. The latest Ozeki products can be downloaded from the following Downloads page: http://www.ozeki.hu/index.php?owpn=1017&dpid=19 page. Now, on this page, as Figure 5 shows, click on the .deb file of the Ozeki Installer to start downloading it.
You may download Ozeki Installer from the link below.
Download Ozeki Installer
Figure 5 - Download Ozeki Installer
The browser usually asks for how to download the file. It can be opened by a selected software or just downloaded to the designated download folder. In the case of Ozeki Installer just check Save file and click on OK just as Figure 6 demonstrates it.
Figure 6 - Save Ozeki Installer .deb file
Step 3 - Install Ozeki Installer
The next step is the main part of this guide by showing the procedure of installing Ozeki Installer to Linux operating system. To do that, first open Terminal. The first thing that you have to perform in Terminal, is to move to the folder where the .deb file was downloaded. In that case, it is the Downloads folder, so as you can see it on Figure 7, with the cd command followed by the name of the directory navigate the control to that folder.
Figure 7 - Move to Downloads folder
On Linux operating system, .deb files can be installed by using the dpkg command. To perform an installation, add -i option after the command and type the name of the downloaded .deb file. This process requires administrator permission, so you have to type sudo at the beginning of the command (Figure 8).
Figure 8 - Install Ozeki Installer
When you hit Enter, the installation process begins. If you have done everything right, Ozeki Installer is going to be installed on your computer just after a few seconds. To make sure about the success of the installation, just search for the Installation finished! line in the logs of Terminal as on Figure 9.
Figure 9 - Successful installation
After the successful installation, now you should be able to use Ozeki Installer. For that, just open up your web browser and type localhost:9545 since Ozeki Installer runs on the port 9545 on your computer. To open Ozeki Installer just hit Enter.
Figure 10 - Open Ozeki Installer
Step 4 - Install SMS Gateway using Ozeki Installer
The main menu of Ozeki Installer is an app store, where you can choose from many Ozeki products. By following this guide, you are going to install the SMS Gateway application. To open its details page, just click on the tile of the app.
Figure 11 - Select SMS Gateway
The details page of each product contains all important information about the selected application such as version number, descriptions and screenshots. To start the installation of the product just click on the Install as you can see it on Figure 12.
Figure 12 - Install SMS Gateway
After clicking on the Install button, a progress bar shows the status of the installation process. When it finished successfully, the blue button switches to a green Open button. By clicking that, you can open the installed SMS Gateway.
Figure 13 - Open SMS Gateway
The installed applications can be reached at port 9515. So, the installed SMS Gateway opens up on that port as well. This desktop shows the products that were installed previously on your computer. To open SMS Gateway, click on its icon (Figure 14)
Figure 14 - Desktop of SMS Gateway
And finally, now you will be able to see the main menu of the installed SMS Gateway, which is ready to use.
Figure 15 - Main menu of SMS Gateway
Step 5 - Set a root password for remote access
For security reasons, it is not possible to log in remotely in Ozeki 10 by default. For remote access to work, a secure password must be set for admin users. You can do this by running a script called install-password.sh and it is located in the Ozeki folder. To do this, go to the Ozeki folder with the following command:
Figure 16 - Change to Ozeki directory
Then run the install-password.sh script with the following command. The script will ask for the new password and then set it for the admin user.
Figure 17 - Run install-password.sh
Finally, you need to enable the appropriate ports on your linux firewall in order to access Ozeki 10 from the outside. To do this, you need to run the following commands. 9543 is the http port and 9544 is the websocket port, 9545 is the https port and 9546 is the secure websocket port.
Figure 18 - Configure IP tables