Prebuilt binaries are only available for 64 bits Linux machines.
You’ll need to define these two variables in your shell first:
PLUME_VERSION: the Plume version to install. The latest is
PLUME_DB: the database backend to use. Either
Then run these commands:
# Go Plume's directory cd Plume # Download the files wget -O plume.tar.gz https://github.com/Plume-org/Plume/releases/download/$PLUME_VERSION/plume-$PLUME_DB.tar.gz # Extract them tar -xf plume.tar.gz mv bin/* ~/.cargo/bin/ # Make sure they are executable chmod +x ~/.cargo/bin/* # Clean useless files rm plume.tar.gz rmdir bin # Run migrations plm migration run
To check that everything went well, you can run
plume --version, which should show the new version number.
You can now restart your instance:
# If you are using sysvinit sudo service plume restart # If you are using systemd sudo systemctl restart plume