Releases

Monteur has multiple release versions across its birth time. Each advanced version contains upgrades necessary to improve its capability and performances. This section presents its download portal across all released versions.

Installation

To install Monteur into your operating system, please find your operating system guides and execute its instructions:

Debian / Ubuntu

A dedicated apt repository was setup for Debian-based operating system. While in root permission (as in sudo all the instructions here):

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# get ZORALab public GPG Keys (skip if you done this before with other products)
curl https://www.zoralab.com/pubkey.gpg \
	| gpg --yes --dearmor --output /usr/share/keyrings/zoralab-keyring.gpg

# write source list file. Choose any of the following repo:
#  1. 'main stable' - main branch, a stable suite
#  2. 'staging unstable' - staging branch, a testing/unstable suite
#  3. 'next experimental' - next branch, a bleeding edge experiemntal suite
# Here, 'main stable' was chosen.
echo 'deb [signed-by=/usr/share/keyrings/zoralab-keyring.gpg] https://monteur.zoralab.com/releases/deb main stable' \
	> /etc/apt/sources.list.d/zoralab-monteur.list

# perform apt update
apt update -y

# install monteur
apt install montuer -y

# exit root account (For sudoer, please skip this step)
exit

# test out monteur
monteur help

The apt repository is always packed with the latest versions. You can check them out in our Releases Section. Should any later version is available, it will be rolled-out via the apt update and apt upgrade.

Go

Monteur is completely available for go get. Simple issue the following command against the branch you want it to be installed:

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go install gitlab.com/zoralab/monteur/gopkg/app/[email protected]

main - stable and current branch staging - next stable branch that is under testing. next - bleeding edge branch (unstable due to development).

Source Codes

Monteur source codes are publicly available at: https://gitlab.com/zoralab/monteur and are continuously improved from time to time. We do not package the source codes since Monteur is built entirely using Go programming language.

Hence it’s better to stick to Go standards. You will need Git software to clone the repository down to your local system.

Downloadable Archives Files

Here are some currently available Monteur archived versions for download (either in tar.gz or zip) depending on your operating system: