Linux installation specifics





Fonts. To ensure correct functioning of 1C:Enterprise, install the fonts from the Microsoft Core Fonts set.

Use one of the following methods:

  • Some distribution kits include packages that download and install the fonts for you. For instance, ttf-mscorefonts-installer in Debian, Ubuntu, and Mint.
  • For RPM distribution kits, a spec-file project for installing the fonts is available.

For detailed information, see http://corefonts.sourceforge.net/.

External libraries. To ensure that 1C:Enterprise 8 works properly in Linux, you may need the following libraries:

Library

Library name

Version

Purpose

ImageMagick

libMagickWand, or libWand, or libMagickWand-6.Q16

6.2.8 or later if you are not planning to work with geographical schemas; 6.3.2 or later if you are planning to work with geographical shemas

Display charts, Gantt charts, dendrograms, and pivot charts

FreeType

libfreetype

2.1.9 or later

Display charts, Gantt charts, dendrograms, and pivot charts; save files in PDF format

Libgsf

libgsf-1

1.10.1 or later

Export and import files to or from XLS format

Glib

libglib-2.0

2.12.4 or later

Operations with external data sources

UnixOdbc

libodbc

2.2.11 or later

Kerberos

libkrb5

1.4.2 or later

OS authentication

GSS-API Kerberos

libgssapi_krb5

1.4.2 or later

Remote connection. For remote connection, use the TightVNC software package.


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