IPConfigure distributes Orchid Core VMS for Red Hat using an .rpm file. Use this file to install Orchid Core VMS on systems running Red Hat Enterprise Linux versions 7 and 8, and CentOS versions 7 and 8.

The following installation instructions provided for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 and 8 also apply to CentOS 7 and 8.

  1. Download the Orchid Core VMS installation package (.rpm file) with a web browser, or from the command line by typing the following command: sudo wget http://download.ipconfigure.com/orchid/ipc-orchid-x86_64_(VERSION).rpm. Then press Enter.

  1. Install some additional packages for Enterprise Linux by typing the following command: sudo yum install epel-release. Then press Enter.
  2. Install Orchid Core VMS by typing the following command: sudo yum install ipc-orchid-x86_64_(VERSION).rpm. Then press Enter.

This will install all necessary files for the Orchid Server service and Orchid ONVIF_autodiscovery service. By default, these programs will not be started.

  1. Press the Y key to accept the EULA, or N to decline.
  2. After the installation is complete:
    1. You must set the admin password and the archive directory. (Refer to the next topic for details.)
    2. If this was an upgrade, you should consider optimizing the database. (For more details and instructions, refer to the Post-Installation Steps topic.


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