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WAVE Media Server Installation Guide (Ubuntu Linux OS)

The Wisenet WAVE Media Server is supported on Ubuntu Linux v14.04 LTS or later LTS versions. 

 

Installing the WAVE Media Server on Ubuntu:

  • Download the package you would like to install for your Ubuntu Linux OS
  • Make note of the place you saved it on your computer
  • Open the Terminal app
  • Use the sudo dpkg -i [installer package path] terminal code to begin the installation process.
    Example: sudo dpkg -i wave-server-3.1.0.16297-linux64.deb

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  • Enter your password to continue the installation when prompted

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  • Wait for few seconds to install and you will see "Hanwha-mediaserver start/running, process XXXX complete.
  • If you see a "Dependency Issue" error, refer to a section below.

 

Initializing the WAVE Media server:

  1. Without WAVE Client:
    1. Open a web browser.
    2. Type in the IP address of the server and add ":7001"
      i.e) 192.168.1.100:7001
    3. Click to begin setup wizard
  2. With WAVE Client:
    1. Make sure you've already installed your WAVE Desktop Client.
    2. While on the same LAN, open your WAVE Desktop Client and look for the "New Server" tile
    3. Click to begin setup wizard

 

Correcting Dependency Issues

If you face any extra struggles and your terminal says that there are some "dependency problems" please try to run the following commands:

  • sudo apt-get update
  • sudo apt-get install -f

 

Uninstall or modify the configuration of the Media Server:

  1. TO UNINSTALL type 
    • sudo apt-get remove Hanwha-mediaserver
    • sudo apt-get remove Hanwha-client

  2. TO RECONFIGURE type 
    • sudo dpkg-reconfigure Hanwha-mediaserver

 

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