Installing Unified Remote Server RPM via terminal
The "rpm" package of the server makes it easy to install Unified Remote Server on Linux using the RPM package manager. This is the default package manager on Red-Hat, Fedora,Debian, and other Debian flavors.
Start by downloading the package using curl or wget.
$ wget -O urserver.deb https://www.unifiedremote.com/d/<id>
Replace <id> with the correct package for your system:
Replace "https://www." with "http://http." if you get SSL errors.
Install the package using the rpm command.
$ sudo rpm -Uhv urserver.rpm
The server will be installed into the following directory:
Logs and settings are stored in:
The package includes a "desktop entry" for auto-starting the server, if you're system supports it.
To manually start or stop the server, use the following commands:
$ ./opt/urserver/urserver-start $ ./opt/urserver/urserver-stop
To uninstall the server, run the following dpkg command:
$ sudo rpm -e urserver