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Microsoft Windows

Windows XP or later, intel 64-bit processor

wum-3.0.1-windows-x64.msi

Windows XP or later, intel 32-bit processor

wum-3.0.1-windows-i586.msi

Apple OS X

OS X 10.8 or later, intel 64-bit processor

wum-3.0.1-macosx-x64.pkg

Linux

Linux 2.6.23 or later, intel 64-bit processor

wum-3.0.1-linux-x64.tar.gz

Linux 2.6.23 or later, intel 32-bit processor

wum-3.0.1-linux-i586.tar.gz

Install WUM

Windows

MSI installer

Open the MSI file and follow the prompts to install the wum client. By default, the installer puts the wum installation in C:\Program Files\WUM\ The installer should put the C:\Program Files\WUM\bin directory in your PATH environment variable. You may need to restart any open command prompts for the change to take effect.

Test your installation

To check that wum is installed correctly by running “wum” command in command line as follows.

Open command prompt in windows and type “wum”.

            $ wum
            WUM keeps WSO2 products up-to-date.

            Usage:
              wum [command]

            Available Commands:
              init         Initialize WUM with your WSO2 credentials
              search       Search products containing specific keyword(s)
              add          Add or download a product
              check-update Check for new updates for products
              update       Update products in your local repository
              diff         Generate a diff comparing two updated product distributions
              list         List products in your local repository
              describe     Show details of products in your local repository
              delete       Delete products in your local repository
              config       Change WUM configuration
              version      Display wum version information

            Flags:
              -v, --verbose   Enable verbose mode

            Use "wum [command] --help" for more information about a command.
         

If you see the wum usage and available command message then your wum installation is working.

Uninstalling WUM

To remove an existing wum installation from your system, you can directly uninstall from the control panel.

Apple OS X

Mac OS X package installer

Download the package file, open it, and follow the prompts to install the wum. The package installs the wum distribution to /usr/local/wum.

The package should put the /usr/local/wum/bin directory in your PATH environment variable. You may need to restart any open Terminal sessions for the change to take effect.

Test your installation

To check that wum is installed correctly by running “wum” command in terminal as follows.

Open terminal and type “wum”.

            $ wum
            WUM keeps WSO2 products up-to-date.

            Usage:
              wum [command]

            Available Commands:
              init         Initialize WUM with your WSO2 credentials
              search       Search products containing specific keyword(s)
              add          Add or download a product
              check-update Check for new updates for products
              update       Update products in your local repository
              diff         Generate a diff comparing two updated product distributions
              list         List products in your local repository
              describe     Show details of products in your local repository
              delete       Delete products in your local repository
              config       Change WUM configuration
              version      Display wum version information

            Flags:
              -v, --verbose   Enable verbose mode

            Use "wum [command] --help" for more information about a command.
         

If you see the wum usage and available command message then your wum installation is working.

Uninstalling WUM

To remove an existing wum installation from your system delete the wum directory. This is usually /usr/local/wum.

You should also remove the wum bin directory from your PATH environment variable. If you installed wum with the Mac OS X package then you should remove the /etc/paths.d/wum file

Linux

Linux tarballs

Download the archive and extract it into /usr/local.

For example:

tar -C /usr/local -xzf wum-3.0.1-linux-x64.tar.gz

(Typically these commands must be run as root or through sudo.)
Add /usr/local/wum/bin to the PATH environment variable. You can do this by adding this line to your/etc/profile (for a system-wide installation) or $HOME/.profile:

export PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/wum/bin

Test your installation

To check that wum is installed correctly by running “wum” command in terminal as follows.

Open terminal and type “wum”.

            $ wum
            WUM keeps WSO2 products up-to-date.

            Usage:
              wum [command]

            Available Commands:
              init         Initialize WUM with your WSO2 credentials
              search       Search products containing specific keyword(s)
              add          Add or download a product
              check-update Check for new updates for products
              update       Update products in your local repository
              diff         Generate a diff comparing two updated product distributions
              list         List products in your local repository
              describe     Show details of products in your local repository
              delete       Delete products in your local repository
              config       Change WUM configuration
              version      Display wum version information

            Flags:
              -v, --verbose   Enable verbose mode

            Use "wum [command] --help" for more information about a command.
         

If you see the wum usage and available command message then your wum installation is working.

Uninstalling WUM

To remove an existing wum installation from your system delete the wum directory. This is usually /usr/local/wum.

You should also remove the wum bin directory from your PATH environment variable. You should edit /etc/profile or $HOME/.profile.