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Version 9.1.13 released on 2015-01-11

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released on 2015-01-11

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Installation instructions

The installation files are identical for the DbVisualizer Free and DbVisualizer Pro editions. The DbVisualizer Pro features are enabled with a license key.

  • Installation Notes for ZIP archives (Windows)

    All files are contained in an enclosing folder named DbVisualizer.
    Unpack the distribution file with the built-in zip archive extraction utility in Windows.

    The ZIP archive installer will not add any entries to the Start menu, add desktop launchers or register the software in the Windows registry. Start DbVisualizer by running DbVisualizer\dbvis.

  • Installation Notes for TAR-archives (Linux/UNIX)

    All files are contained in an enclosing folder named DbVisualizer.
    Unpack the distribution file in a terminal window with:

    gunzip dbvis_unix_<version>.tar.gz
    tar xf dbvis_unix_<version>.tar

    Start DbVisualizer by executing the command:

    DbVisualizer/dbvis
  • Installation Notes for TGZ-archives (macOS)

    All files are contained in an enclosing folder named DbVisualizer.
    Unpack the tgz file in a terminal window with the following command or double-click it in the Finder:

    open dbvis_macos_<version>.tgz

    Start DbVisualizer by opening the following:

    DbVisualizer
  • Installation Notes for RPM-archives (Linux)

    Install the RPM archive with the following command in a terminal window or use your favorite RPM tool:

    sudo rpm -i dbvis_linux_<version>.rpm

    Start DbVisualizer by either finding the application and double-clicking on its icon or by executing the following command in a terminal window:

    dbvis
  • Installation Notes for DEB-archives (Linux)

    Install the DEB archive with the following command in a terminal window or use your favorite DEB tool:

    sudo dpkg -i dbvis_linux_<version>.deb

    Start DbVisualizer by either finding the application and double-clicking on its icon or by executing the following command in a terminal window:

    dbvis
  • How to upgrade

    You may install a new version of DbVisualizer on top of an older version. Your configuration will not be lost. You can install different major versions of DbVisualizer side by side.

  • System requirements

    OS Support:
    Microsoft Windows 7/8/XP
    Linux Ubuntu 12, 13, 14
    macOS 10.7.5 - 10.10

    Java Requirements:
    Windows: Java 7 from Oracle
    Linux/UNIX: Java 7 from Oracle
    macOS to 10.9: Java 6 (Apple), Java 7 (Oracle)
    macOS from 10.10: Java 7 (Oracle)
    Java 8 is not supported

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