the documentation is updated at 26.5.2017
iRidium Sever for Linux - it is a software implementation of iRidium Server. It is launched as an application on PC, all-in-one PC, minicomputer or laptop with the desktop version of Linux OS (x86, x64).
Attention. The server does not work on virtual machines
To use iRidium Server you need a license for iRidium 3
- Intel NUC
- Intel stick
Intel® NUC can be equipped with different processors. The delivery set can include system boards and packs optimized for installation of memory modules, hard disks and any operating system
- 50 of control panels
- more then 2000 of iRidium Server tags
iRidium Server connects to equipment and sends commands from control panels to it. The control panels connect to the server to control equipment through it, get feedback, download logs and databases.
The database can store information about server work for the time since the server was launched. The control panels can output logs from the database and build graphs of changes in server variables.
iRidium Server settings can be controlled via the web-interface and console.
Installation and Setting up
To install iRidium Server on the desktop version of Linux:
1 With the help of the browser go to the web site iridiummobile.net in the section Support > Downloads, download the installation package iRidium Server for Linux (considering capacity of your system).
The installation package:
iridiumserver_X.X.X-XXXX_xYY.deb must be installed using Linux means. Use the file manager or the console command
sudo dpkg -i /<path>/<file_name>.deb
sudo dpkg -i /home/iridiumserver_1.0.1-8197_x86.deb
2 Start the server executive file with the help of the file manager of the command string. By default the executive file is called
iridium. It is located in the folder
If you use the console, go to the server folder:
cd /iridiumserver and launch it:
3 Open the server settings: in order to do that follow the link in the browser
<host> - the local IP-address of the PC with the running server.
4 Authorize on the server using the integrator's login and password from the iRidium mobile web site. You cannot use the server without authorization.
Go through all authorization steps to get access to the server settings. Activate the option "Test Mode: ON" in the server settings to use it in the fully functional mode. You can see more information about the use modes in the section Licensing Policy.
With the activated Test Mode you can also test work of cloud projects and upload projects from iRidium Transfer (locally, without iRidium Cloud).
Project Development and Launch
When the server is installed, you can proceed with development of its configuration and logic:
Ready projects are uploaded on iRidium Server: