To install the Akita Client for Linux, you can run the command below on Ubuntu and other Debian-based distributions.
bash -c "$(curl -L https://releases.akita.software/scripts/install_akita.sh)"
On Ubuntu and other Debian-based systems, you could instead add Akita Software's apt repository by hand, by adding the following line to the source list:
deb [arch=amd64] https://apt.releases.akita.software/ stable main
Next, add the Akita public key to the set of keys trusted by APT:
curl -f https://releases.akita.software/keys/akita-apt.public | sudo apt-key add -
Then after "apt-get update" you can use "apt-get install akita-cli" to install the latest version.
After the client is installed, "apt-get update" or rerunning "apt-get install akita-cli" will update the CLI; you need not re-run the installation script.
Updated about 1 month ago