If installing from source packages, these are the requirements:
On a Debian-based Linux system, these requirements can be installed by running this command:
On an RPM or Yum -based Linux system (RedHat, CentOS, Amazon Linux), these requirements can be installed by running this command:
On Mac OS X:
All requirements are included on the installer, just run it and then skip to section "Configuring the server".
If you have setuptools available on your system, you can install isk-daemon by running
If your don't have or don't want to use setuptools, download the multi-platform source package for isk-daemon, extract/decompress it and run from the top level directory:
This should build the optimized C++ image processing library and install it on your system. If successful, the last lines should look like:
In case of errors, make sure all requirements were installed and check the FAQ.
Finally install it on system folders by running:
All configuration defaults should be enough to start using isk-daemon but if necessary many options can be changed (requires restarting the server) by editing the config file
If you installed from source, just run
The Windows installer runs the server automatically if a choice is made to run it as a service. If not, locate iskdaemon.exe on the Program Files directory and run it.
On Linux systems, if you want to have isk-daemon run automatically on boot, add this to the
The log file isk-daemon.log is created on the current directory (or on
Common problems (FAQ)
What next? (Overview of features and first steps)