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  1. Got it! I created the jet.conf file and changed the basepath. The repo is now on the drive I want it to. Thanks for the help Carlos. Best Regards Marco Muschiol
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  2. Hi, The working copy (Plastic workspace) is not related to the server (the reposistory databases are stored in the server side). But you can have the Plastic server and also the workspace (Plastic client) in the same machine. https://www.plasticscm.com/documentation/user/plastic-scm-version-control-introduction-guide#Repositories Regards, Carlos.
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  3. Hi, I'm guessing if the following path may also work: https://blog.plasticscm.com/2019/01/fully-automated-plastic-scm-setup-on-raspberry-pi.html But using an old Plastic server that you won't be able to upgrade not sure if it's a good idea. Don't you have any other machine where you can install the server (even your WIndows machine)? Regards, Carlos.
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  4. Hi, - I double-checked with the team. Raspberry uses an ARM64 architecture and I'm afraid the last Plastic server version is not compatible with it. - You need to install an Enterprise edition if you plan to use an on-premises server. If you are using our cloud infraestrcuture, use the Plastic Cloud edition installer instead. Regards, Carlos.
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  5. Hi, What is the specific error you are having when installing Plastic on Ubuntu: https://plasticscmsupport.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360013103159-How-to-Install-Plastic-GUI-in-Ubuntu-19-10-and-later- What is the Ubuntu version? Regards, Carlos.
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  6. Ignore this post, I decided to change to Ubuntu and and use an official version. Because I'm a Linux Noob... ;D
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  7. Hi Marco, You can download binaries for the last Plastic SCM version (NET Core server for Linux) in the following link: https://www.plasticscm.com/download/10.0.16.6112/plasticscm/linux/servernetcore Regards, Carlos.
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