COREmanager installation guide

Installation of IPmanager consists of two steps: installation of COREmanager v.5 (the software kernel) from the OS command shell and installation of IPmanager v.5 from the web-interface of COREmanager v.5. Operating systems CentOS-6, Debian-6 and FreeBSD-9 and later.

Installing COREmanager v.5 (Unix-based operating systems)

Download the COREmanager installation script





Start the script

Start the script «»

Select a version you want to install by typing the first letter and press ENTER. The following versions are available: release - stable version of a product; beta - the latest tested version, which includes all the improvements. Please, read the Alpha-version article If you want to install the alpha version of a software product.

Note! - If you are going to install a beta-version, make sure to run COREmanager-beta.

Enter a full path to install COREmanager. The default path is «/usr/local/mgr5», if you do not want to change the path, press ENTER.

The script will download the archive with COREmanager distribution that fits your OS and unpack it into the specified location. If the update process was running on the server while downloading, the archive checksum will not match. The script will return the error «Invalid MD5 sum». Try again to start the scrip.

Once the installation is complete, the script will display the URL to access the COREmanager web-interface

Installation is complete

You have successfully installed COREmanager!

Installing COREmanager v.5 (Windows-based operating systems)

Download the latest version of the msi-package of the COREmanager installer ( The package format is COREmanager.[version number].msi

Run the msi-package with administrator privileges.

Welcome to the Setup Wizard

Complete the installation steps.

Once completed, use the following URL to access the COREmanager web-interface : https://[IP address of your server]:1500/core


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