- Install Linux: First, you need to install a Linux distribution on your server. The most commonly used distributions for 1C terminal servers are CentOS and Ubuntu.
- Install Wine: 1C requires the Wine compatibility layer to run on Linux. You can install Wine by running the following command in the terminal:
sudo apt-get install wine
Or for CentOS:
sudo yum install wine
Download the 1C server installer: Download the 1C server installer from the 1C website and copy it to your server.
Install the 1C server: Run the 1C server installer using the Wine compatibility layer. You can do this by running the following command in the terminal:
wine 1C_Server*.exeFollow the installation wizard to complete the installation.
Configure the 1C server: After installing the 1C server, you need to configure it. You can do this by running the following command in the terminal:
In the Wine configuration window, go to the "Libraries" tab and add the following libraries:
Create a terminal server connection: To create a terminal server connection, you need to run the following command in the terminal:
wine c:\Program\ Files\1cv8\126.96.36.1991\bin\ragent.exe
This will start the 1C agent, which allows clients to connect to the server.
- Connect to the server: Clients can connect to the 1C terminal server using the 1C client software. To connect, they need to enter the IP address or hostname of the server and the port number of the terminal server connection.
Advantages of installing a terminal server 1C (Linux-TBS)
- Cost savings: Using a terminal server 1C on Linux can help businesses save money by reducing the number of physical servers required to run 1C applications. Instead of installing 1C on every workstation, users can connect to the terminal server and access the application from a central location.
- Increased security: With a terminal server 1C on Linux, businesses can ensure that their sensitive data is stored in a secure location. Users can connect to the terminal server using a secure connection, and data can be backed up and stored in a secure location.
- Easy maintenance: Installing a terminal server 1C on Linux can make it easier to maintain and update 1C applications. Instead of updating each workstation separately, updates can be installed on the terminal server and made available to all users immediately.
- Scalability: With a terminal server 1C on Linux, businesses can easily scale their infrastructure to meet growing demand. Additional users can be added to the terminal server without the need for additional hardware.
- Increased productivity: Using a terminal server 1C on Linux can help increase productivity by providing users with fast and reliable access to 1C applications. Users can access their applications from any location and device, making it easier to work remotely.