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  1. Hello, Is it possible to install Plastic SCM CLI on Windows Server 2019 without required user interaction? It is about the full task: I need compose the Docker image with Jenkins agent that runs on Windows Server, and is able to checkout code from Cloud Plastic SCM server. I started from jenkins/agent:jdk11-windowsservercore-ltsc2019. As I understand, I need cm.exe that is the CLI executable file. But I can't find any info how to add it to Dockerfile. Sincerely, Illya
  2. Hello! I have been researching different version control possibilities for the last few months. I am a Game Artist and want to create some smaller projects on the side. While I work with perforce in my job, I would like to host the server and the repository/depot on my Synology DS414. I looked into: Perforce p4d/helix core -> does not support ARM processors anymore Git + lfs -> destroys my nice folder structure that I set up for private projects by saving large files outside of main repository Plastic SCM looks really good, but I fail to find a guide
  3. Hi, I was wondering whether I was allowed to publish Dockerfile with accompanying files, or even the image itself in the docker hub for plastic scm server. I have managed to create an image for version 5.4.16.619. Though I am not that familiar with linux or docker and it is tailored to my needs - UP mode, hardcoded password, postgres db only. I was unable to make apt-get installation to work, so I went with mono image and server binaries (wget'ed from https://www.plasticscm.com/download/5.4.16.619/plasticscm/linux_x64/serverzip during the build).
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