Epoptes packages are available in the stock repositories of many Linux distributions, such as Ubuntu, Debian, openSUSE etc. However, for Ubuntu, there are also two Personal Package Archives (PPAs) available:
- Epoptes stable repository: it contains the most recent stable epoptes releases for all supported Ubuntu versions.
- Epoptes proposed repository: it contains prerelease epoptes packages for testing purposes.
To add the epoptes stable repository to your sources and update to the newest version, execute the following commands:
sudo -i add-apt-repository ppa:epoptes apt-get update apt-get install epoptes epoptes-client
It’s recommended to only add the proposed PPA temporarily, in order to update to the epoptes release that you wish to test, and then delete the proposed PPA from your sources:
sudo -i add-apt-repository ppa:epoptes/proposed apt-get update apt-get install epoptes epoptes-client rm /etc/apt/sources.list.d/epoptes*proposed*.list