Alachisoft NCache 4.1 - Online Documentation

Command Line Installation

Install Java Client:
Below are the steps required to install NCache Java client:
1. Open the command line terminal.
2. Login as 'root' user.
3. Go to the folder where you have downloaded Java client installation archive (ncache-java-client-setup.tar.gz).
For example: /home/user/desktop/
4. Uncompress the NCache Java client archive
[root@..]# tar -xvfz <ncache-java-client-setup>.tar.gz
The extracted directory (/user/home/desktop/ <ncache-java-client-setup>/ ) will have the following files.
  • A shell script named "", to install the product.
  • A README file (this file also contains the installation instructions)
  • Original setup files archive ncache380-sp2-client-setup.tar.gz. Archive name is based on java client version. (do not change this manually, it is used by given shell script "")
  • An INSTALL file that helps you knowing what gets installed after successful run of ""
  • A shell script named "" to uninstall the product
5. Go to the extracted directory:  [root@..]# cd <ncache-java-client-setup>
6. Next step is to run the installation script "" present in uncompressed directory (/user/home/desktop/ <ncache-java-client-setup>/ ) You can either give command.
[root@...]# bash
[root@...]# chmod +x
[root@...]# ./
You must run the '' file using 'sudo ./' if you are not logged in as 'root' user.
'' allows following usage pattern to install NCache Java Client
Usage: -f FIRSTNAME -l LASTNAME -e mail EMAIL -k INSTALLKEY [-d PATH] -h (for help)
7. After successful installation it would give you a message "Installation Completed Successfully".
8. Last step is to configure environment variables for NCache Java Client. Environment Configurations for NCache Java Client.
Uninstall Java Client:
In order to uninstall Ncache Java client, script is provided in downloaded Java Client Installation archive. Run the following command to give executable permissions to the script.
[root@...]# bash (/user/home/desktop/ <ncache-java-client-setup>/ )
[root@...]# chmod +x
[root@...]# ./
You must run the '' file using 'sudo ./' if you are not logged in as 'root' user.
When the script is executed it will ask about the NCache installation directory path(default is /usr/local/ncache), provide the path and press enter it will do uninstall confirmation only and will proceed to uninstall.
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