To install Tenup on a Linux or Mac system, first identify whether you have a 32-bit or
64-bit version of Linux. Then, open the corresponding folder (e.g., if you have a 32-bit
copy, open the lin32
folder and if you have a 64-bit copy, open the lin64
folder). Then, copy the Tenup executable (e.g., either tenup32
inside the folder to the file path:
To install on a Mac, follow the same procedure as the Linux instructions above, except copy
executable file from the Tenup/osx
directory instead of one of the linux
In order to copy the file to
You willl most
likely need administrative access on your computer.
You can also add the directory where Tenup is stored to your $PATH variable. This method
doesn't require you to have administrative access. To run Tenup as a command from any
directory, simply add the directory where Tenup is saved by following these steps.
- Go to your home directory with the following command
- Open your bash profile with the following command:
Note: vim is just one text editor that is available in a standard bash
installation. If you're not familiar with Vim you can use your favorite text editor
- Add the following command to the next empty line of the file:
- Save the changes to your file
Once you've added the current Tenup directory to your $PATH you can invoke Tenup from
any directory on your computer.
Note: You may have to close your terminal and re-open it
before the changes to your $PATH take effect.
Once you've copied the file to its correct location, you will be able to run Tenup
as a shell command. However, the exact command is dependent on the version of the operating
system and ODBC driver combination you're using.
The next section will cover all the basic information you need to perform a basic extract
and load with Tenup.