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SBGrid Installation Manager - Downloads

Requirements

SBGrid can be installed on computers running Linux or macOS operating systems. CentOS/RHEL 7 or 8 is recommended for linux, or MacOSX v10.13 - macOS 11.0 for Macs.. CentOS 6 has reached "End-of-Life" and is no longer supported. macOS 10.15 "Catalina" and macOS 11.0 "Big Sur" can be used, but an /etc/syntetic.conf file is required to create the /programs path. The GUI Installation Manager will create this for you. See here for more info :

The SBGrid installation manager requires an account. Set up an account by registering here : SBGrid registration

SBGrid Installation Manager for MacOS and Linux, v2.2.16

See this page for usage info.

SBGrid Command-line Installation Manager for MacOS and Linux, v2.2.16

You can download this tar.gz file from the command line with this command in the Terminal:

curl -k -LO https://sbgrid.org/wiki/downloads/sbgrid-cli_2.2.16_macos.tar.gz

This will prevent the need to remove the com.apple.quarantine attribute.

See this page for usage info.


LEGACY command line installation manager for MacOS and Linux, v1.0.695

This is the original SBGrid CLI installation manager. This version is deprecated and is no longer supported.

Minimal installation required for these binaries and they can be run from any location with no dependencies. Untar the archive, make the file executable if necessary and run from your preferred location.

Legacy MacOS Graphical installation manager

This is our original GUI manager for MacOS. Usage is deprecated and is no longer supported. See this page for additional installation and usage info.

SBGrid

To install, first mount the .dmg disk image on your Mac. Copy the 'SBGrid installer.app' to a convenient location - it does not need to be in /Applications. The .app bundle can be run directly from the mounted dmg image with no installation if desired.

You may be prompted that the appication is from an "Unidentified Developer". On MacOS, if you try to open an app that is not signed by an Apple-registered developer, you will be prompted by a warning dialog. This doesn’t necessarily mean that something’s wrong with the app. Some apps were written by developers who are not members of the Apple developers program.