This article is an announcement of new functionality.
We do not recommend that you use the article to learn the new functionality.
A full description of the new functionality will be provided in the documentation for the appropriate version.
For a complete list of changes in the new version, see the v8Update.htm file.
Planned for version 8.3.20
Now installing 1C:Enterprise platform on Linux is a little more complicated than on Windows.
1C:Enterprise is installed using standard Linux package managers from their command line. The platform distribution package is provided as separate *.deb or *.rpm files with platform components, their resources, and documentation in various languages. To install the platform thin client or training version with resources other than English and Russian, two files are required. For the thick client with a web server, eight files are required. Before installing the platform, first you need to install its dependencies, which can also cause certain difficulties.
In version 8.3.20, we will make installing the platform on Linux much easier and more convenient.
There will be less distribution files. Instead of *.deb and *.rpm files, the following files will be provided:
- setup-thin-ver-arch.run. The thin client distribution package, where ver is the platform version in 8.3.x.x format and arch is the platform architecture (x86_64 or i386).
- setup-full-ver-arch.run. The full platform distribution package.
- setup-training-ver-arch.run. The training version distribution package.
You can install 1C:Enterprise either in batch mode (the set of installed options is specified in the command line) or interactive mode (using the graphical interface).