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How to Install the Veeam Agent for Linux on Ubuntu Linux

1. You can run a test on an Ubuntu server VM on VMware Workstation or via Virtualbox. 2. Download the free edition for Veeam for Linux agent (Note: The agent relies on Veeam Snap, so you need to install both). https://www.veeam.com/linux-backup-download.html Public Repository:  http://repository.veeam.com/.private/deb/  (RPM or Deb Package managers) *Instructions:  https://helpcenter.veeam.com/docs/agentforlinux/userguide/installation_offline.html?ver=30#deb There is a depedency on dkms. Run which dkms on your server CLI to verify that it is installed. You will get a response /usr/sbin/dkms if it is installed. If it is not installed run sudo apt-get install dkms - y 3. Create a folder for veeam under /opt 4. sudo wget http://repository.veeam.com/.private/deb/veeamsnap/veeamsnap_3.0.2.1185_all.deb 5. sudo wget http://repository.veeam.com/.private/deb/veeam/veeam_3.0.2.1185_i386.deb FYI. If you use the links here  https://www.veeam.com/linux-backup-free-download.html  

Web URL Spaces

The following character set is for spaces in URL addresses since website URL addresses cannot have spaces by protocol. %20 this is used in the case of a space of a web URL