Download the CubixVision Agent installer cvagent.rpm from the link at the end of this page.
Install the CubixVision Agent using rpm: sudo rpm -U cvagent.rpm
You may need mono packages available from the Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux (EPEL) repository.
To add the EPEL repository: sudo yum install epel-release
For CentOS 6.3, you may need this to issue this additional command for the epel repository to work:
sudo sed -i "s/mirrorlist=https/mirrorlist=http/" /etc/yum.repos.d/epel.repo
Download the CubixVision Agent installer cvagent.deb from the link at the end of this page.
Install the CubixVision Agent using dpkg: sudo dpkg -i cvagent.deb
To install required packages: sudo apt-get install make gcc mono-4.0-service
To configure the management console address:
By default the address of the management console is "localhost". To report to a remote management console:
Edit the file /usr/share/cubix/cubixvision/agent/config.xml and change the line containing <net host="localhost" />.
Replace "localhost" with the network host name or IP address of a machine running GPUManager console.
If using a network port other than port 80, set the "port" attribute: eg. <net host="127.0.0.1" port="12345" />
After changing the management console address, restart the Agent:
For SysVinit (older) systems: sudo service cvagent restart
For Systemd (newer) systems: sudo systemctl restart cvagent
After successful installation of CubixVision Agent, the Agent service is started in the background.