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Doouble click on the hard drive - the icon on the top right of the desktop.


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In column mode you will see something like this.

(If you are not in column mode, click on the icon shown as 1 in the line of icons at the top).

Any appplications in the folder (shown as 2) are available to all users.


If there are applications in other folders, you can simply drag and drop them in to the correct folder. They will then be available to all users.


You may also have an Applications folder inside your home folder. Anything in that folder is only available to you.

Oct 2, 2013 4:01 PM

Steps

Follow the installation instructions for your operating system:

Windows

  1. Download the version of the Code42 app for Windows provided by your business or organization.
    • Code42 enterprise products: See your administrator for guidelines on downloading the Code42 app.
    • CrashPlan for Small Business: Download the Code42 app from the Code42 console App Downloads screen.
  2. Double-click the EXE file, then click Next to begin the installation wizard.
  3. For Installation Type, click Next to accept the default setting, Everybody (all users).
    The Code42 app will be accessible to all users on the device. Alternatively, if you have multiple user accounts on your device and want to back them up separately, see our guide on per user installation.
  4. Sign in to your Code42 app.

Mac

  1. Download the version of the Code42 app for Mac provided by your business or organization.
    • Code42 enterprise products: See your administrator for guidelines on downloading the Code42 app.
    • CrashPlan for Small Business: Download the Code42 app from the Code42 console App Downloads screen.
  2. Double-click the DMG file, then double-click Install Code42 (version 8.2 and later) or Install Code42 CrashPlan (version 8.0 and earlier).
  3. Follow the prompts to complete the installation using the default settings.
    The Code42 app will be accessible to all users on the device. Alternatively, if you have multiple user accounts on your device and want to back them up separately, see our guide on per user installation.
  4. Sign in to your Code42 app.

Linux

To install the Code42 app on Linux, run the install.sh shell script. For more detailed instructions, refer to the step-by-step information below.

  1. Download the latest version of the Code42 app for Linux.
    • Code42 enterprise products: See your administrator for guidelines on downloading the Code42 app.
    • CrashPlan for Small Business: Download the Code42 app from the Code42 console App Downloads screen.
  2. Extract the TGZ file to Downloads.
  3. Open Terminal and enter:
    • Version 8.2 and later:cd ~/Downloads/code42-install
    • Version 8.0 and earlier:cd ~/Downloads/crashplan-install
  4. Press Enter.
  5. Then enter: sudo ./install.sh
  6. Press Enter to continue with installation.
  7. Advance through the remaining prompts by answering Yes or No questions.
    Answer by typing a y or n, and press Enter.
  8. The Code42 app opens after the installation completes.
  9. Sign in to your account.
Dependency on libgconf-2-4

Code42 apps on Linux typically require that you install the configuration package libgconf-2-4. If that package is missing, Code42's initial install alerts you, but an upgrade fails silently. To install the package, type the following in the terminal:
sudo apt-get install libgconf-2-4
After you install libgconf-2-4, your Code42 app should work normally.

Dependency on libXScrnSaver

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On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, the Code42 app requires the package libXScrnSaver. If that package is not present, the Code42 app installer prompts you twice for permission to install the package. We recommend you reply Yes to both prompts:

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Without libXScrnSaver, the Code42 app service runs, but the app cannot open on desktops.
The log file /usr/local/crashplan/log/ui_error.log reads
error while loading shared libraries: libXss.so.1