Interactive Table
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    • #30210
      Péter MartinákPéter Martinák

      Where can I download an activedriver for Linux in an rpm package file? I only found a deb file for ubunts, but my linux needs rpm.



    • #30226

      Hi Péter,

      Thank you for reaching out.

      At this time, we only support Ubuntu for our ActivDriver. You can check out our system requirements in the link below.

      ActivDriver System Requirements

      Please let us know if we can answer anything else for you.

      Thank you,

      Promethean Technical Support

    • #30230
      Péter MartinákPéter Martinák

      I see that there is only a driver for ubuntu, but they can’t compile the deb package to an rpm package? Many of us would use it, but not ubuntu but other linux on the machines. Each machine meets the system requirements.

    • #30239
      Michael PrometheanMichael Promethean

      Hi Peter,

      Please let us know the specific version of Linux that you are using and we can pass on your request to add it to the supported OS list for ActivDriver. Please also let us know what type of Promethean hardware you are using as well as the number of systems.



      Promethean Support

    • #30652
      Péter MartinákPéter Martinák

      Hello Michael!
      Fedora linux is the closest to the linux we use. We use RPM packages.
      The boards ABV378PRO type14 have 14 pieces of it.

    • #30664
      Karen PrometheanKaren Promethean

      Hello Peter,

      Thank you for that information.

      We will use it to raise an enhancement request for inclusion in an upcoming release.

      Kind Regards,




    • #30697
      Péter MartinákPéter Martinák

      What does it mean now? When will there be an approximately downloadable rpm package?

    • #30711
      Erin PrometheanErin

      Hi Péter,

      We have passed this along for consideration in a future release.

      We depend on feedback like this to continually improve our products and truly appreciate you taking the time to let us know that you would use an RPM package.

      From here, your request will be evaluated and reviewed by the teams that design our software. We do announce all release notes here, though there is no guarantee that your request will be implemented.

      Kind regards,


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