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Time Tracker Virtual Appliance

Time Tracker virtual appliance is a pre-configured, ready-to-run web application coupled with a database. It comes in several forms:
  • Docker based composition. Available now.
  • CentOS 7 based automatic install using kickstart file. Available now.
  • Custom ISO image for automatic install. Available now.
  • Live USB. Availability - 2 weeks after purchase.
  • VMware virtual machine. Availability - 1 week after purchase.
  • PHP Installer. Availability - 1 month after purchase.
  • Hardware device. Availability - 2 months after purchase.

Docker

This appliance consists of two Docker mages: a web application and a database. We also provide a docker-compose.yml file to start it up. Both images and docker-compose.yml are packaged in one zip file. After purchase:
  • Make sure that both docker and docker-compose are installed.
  • Unzip the files.
  • Load images.
  • Run the appliance.
# unzip tt_trial_docker.zip
# docker load -i tt_trial_docker.tar 
# docker-compose up

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Free trial of Docker appliance is available on request. Trial version works for 30 days and is limited to 10 users. You can also download Docker trial using wget:
$ wget -c https://www.anuko.com/download/time_tracker/tt_trial_docker.zip
You can also copy the link above in your browser address bar for direct download. Use this with caution as the file is large.

CentOS 7 with kickstart

Appliance in this form is a customized automatic installation of CentOS 7 with additional components. You use a standard CentOS Minimal ISO installation disk, together with some additional files that you put on a USB stick. Having USB files specially prepared makes the installation process fully automatic. Upon successful install, you get a CentOS system without GUI that runs Time Tracker on your network.

WARNING: kickstart process is destructive. It wipes the entire disk.
  • Have your hardware ready. Again, all data will be erased.
  • Have CentOS 7 Minimal ISO image burned: https://www.centos.org/download/
  • Have a USB stick. With existing software, label it as OEMDRV. This allows install process to find it automatically.
  • Put the following 4 files on USB: ks.cfg, tt_load.sh, rc.local, and tt_trial_docker.zip. You can get the files as so:
$ wget -c https://www.anuko.com/download/time_tracker/tt_kickstart.zip
$ wget -c https://www.anuko.com/download/time_tracker/tt_trial_docker.zip
You can also copy the links above in your browser address bar for direct downloads. Unzip tt_kickstart.zip to obtain ks.cfg, tt_load.sh, and rc.local. Do not unzip tt_trial_docker.zip. Now we have a USB labeled OEMDRV with necessary files on it.
  • Make sure your system is connected to the Internet. During installation, some extra packages will be downloaded, which are required to run Time Tracker.
  • Before installing: 1) check that you have a disk to install the system on connected (again, all data will be deleted); 2) that USB labeled OEMDRV is inserted.
  • Boot the system from CentOS install media. It should automatically find everything and install CentOS and Time Tracker appliance in unattended text mode.
  • In the end, the system will ask for a reboot by printing a message. Remove installation disk and USB before rebooting.

You can use Time Tracker by connecting a browser on another computer to the system IP, which is displayed on screen. Default root password is: anuko_pw.

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Free trial is also available on request. Trial version works for 30 days and is limited to 10 users.

Custom ISO Image

Appliance in this form is a customized ISO image to download, burn onto a DVD, and install from it. You can get the image as so:
$ wget -c https://www.anuko.com/download/time_tracker/tt_trial.iso
You can also copy the link above in your browser address bar for direct download. To install the appliance:
  • Make sure the system has Internet connectivity because some components need to be downloaded.
  • Boot from the media and select the TOP install option: Install Time Tracker appliance - ERASE DISK. WARNING: Installation process is destructive as it erases the entire disk. It does not require user interaction and is designed for unattended install.
  • In the end, the system will ask for a reboot by printing a message. Remove installation media before rebooting.

You can use Time Tracker by connecting a browser on another computer to the system IP, which is displayed on screen. Default root password is: anuko_pw.

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Free trial is also available on request. Trial version works for 30 days and is limited to 10 users.

VMware

This appliance is packaged with an optimized operating system (CentOS) in a virtual machine. It utilizes VMware infrastructure and is configured to run the latest stable version of Time Tracker.

Time Tracker Virtual Appliance console after start
Time Tracker Virtual Appliance console after start

To use Time Tracker in the appliance: purchase, download, start it up, and then point your browser to its IP address. See appliance features and Administration Guide.

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Free trial of VMware appliance is available on request. Trial version works for 30 days and is limited to 10 users.