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Download linux installation binaries from Windows system

Our servers aren't allowed to browse the internet. I need to download the installation binaries that target Linux, by using a browser on Windows.  Is there a way to do that?

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Mike Rathwell Community Leader Jan 24, 2020

Glad I could help!

Thanks Mike.  I was able to get the .zip file, extract and re-tar it on a Windows system then scp it to the other system.  I'm pretty sure I got the site up.

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Mike Rathwell Community Leader Jan 24, 2020

Hi @jreyno_sandia_gov ,

Short answer is a resounding YES. I have worked in a shop that was that way and Atlassian does always make a way of doing that. Since you tagged this as Fisheye/Crucible, I am dropping the link for that but... if you go HERE, you can download either the 64 bit zip file (Linux) or the Windoze install file (which you don't want). There is also a link to get ALL server versions if you need an older one to reinstall for some reason. 

Basically for whatever Atlassian product, one can just grep Google for "<insert Atlassian thing here> download" and it'll get you there quickly.

Hope this helps,


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