This page is a description of gcpc agent installation using different approaches.

After the installation is complete, you have to go to the Configuration page to receive further instructions before running gcpc.


0.0.4 [tar.gz] [deb] [rpm]

0.0.5 [tar.gz] [deb] [rpm]


gcpc requires Java SE/JDK of version 6+ to be installed on the target machine. You can also change Java Home directory using tool configuration.

APT (Linux/Debian)

The easiest way to install gcpc on Linux/Debian is to use apt package manager.

First of all, you have to add our repository to apt list of packages:

$ echo "deb [trusted=yes] /" | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list.d/fury.list

Then we need to force apt to update:

$ sudo apt-get update

After that we are ready to install it:

$ sudo apt-get install gcpc

YUM (Fedora)

You can also install gcpc via yum .

First create a new file /etc/yum.repos.d/fury.repo:

$ touch /etc/yum.repos.d/fury.repo

Then add next lines to it (using vim or nano):


After that check that everything is fine:

$ sudo yum --disablerepo=* --enablerepo=fury list available

After that you are ready to install gcpc:

$ sudo yum install gcpc

Install from tar.gz (Unix)

First step is to download the latest package of gcpc. Current latest version is 0.0.5:

$ cd /tmp
$ wget
$ tar xvfz gcpc-0.0.5.tar.gz

After that all files will be extracted to the gcpc-0.0.5/ directory. We will need to move them from the temporary directory:

$ mkdir -p /opt/gcpc
$ mv /tmp/gcpc-0.0.5/ /opt/gcpc

That's it. Optionally, you can create a new user, which will be used to run an agent:

$ sudo useradd -r gcpc -d /opt/gcpc -s /bin/bash
$ sudo chown -R gcpc:gcpc /opt/gcpc

Now the task is to separate your gcpc confguration file from the installation directory. Also we would want to move an executable to the init.d directory with Unix services:

$ sudo mv /opt/gcpc/bin/settings /etc/default/gcpc
$ sudo mv /opt/gcpc/bin/gcpc /etc/init.d/gcpc

Finally, open the /opt/gcpc/bin/gcpc file in a text edit of your choice (vim, nano, etc). You will notice this lines in the begging:


Change GCP_CONFIG and GCP_DIRECTORY appropriately to:


and also change GCP_USER to the user name under which you wish to run gcpc, if required.

Save and close the file. Installation is ready.

Install from tar.gz (macOS)

First, let's see what the user is currently used:

$ whoami

Remember that value, we will use it later. The next steps are the same as with other platforms - download, extract, move:

$ cd /tmp
$ wget
$ tar xvfz gcpc-0.0.5.tar.gz
$ mkdir -p ~/.gcpc
$ mv /tmp/gcpc-0.0.5/ ~/.gcpc
$ chmod -R 755 ~/.gcpc

After that we need to move configuration file out of installation directory (to save it during future updates):

$ mkdir -p ~/.gcpc/data && mkdir -p ~/.gcpc/log
$ mv ~/.gcpc/bin/settings ~/.gcpc/settings
$ dirname ~/.gcpc

So, /Users/myuser/.gcpc/confignow is our path to the configuration file. Open the /Users/myuser/.gcpc/bin/gcpc file in a text edit of your choice (vim, nano, etc). You will notice this lines in the begging:


Change GCP_CONFIG appropriately to:


Open /Users/myuser/.gcpc/config file with any text edit and change next variables:

export DATA_DIR=/Users/myuser/.gcpc/data
export GCP_APP_LOG_DIR=/Users/myuser/.gcpc/log

Save and close the file. Installation is ready.

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