- Download the installer script.
- Make the installer script executable using 'chmod a+x xentara-installer.sh'
- Run the script using './xentara-installer.sh'
Xentara will be installed using 'apt', the standard packaging system used by Debian-based Linux distributions.
To run the installer, your Linux user needs to be authorized to use the 'sudo' command. This is usually accomplished by adding the user to the 'sudo' user group. This can only be done by the root user, or by another user that already has sudo access.
Under Windows, Xentara uses the built-in Windows Installer system. Xentara, as well as all relevant Skills and plugins, are distributed as Windows Installer packages with the extension .msi. You can choose between x64 and arm64 architectures. If you are not sure about your processor architecture, you are probably running on x64. All commercially available Intel and AMD processors fall in this category.
Note that unlike Linux, you have to download and install each Skill separately. These are the direct download links for the current Xentara release for Windows:
Xentara Core Product