It should be something like. LoginLogin. These instructions are going to be terse but the links provided should give you more information if needed. Ubuntu 1. 5. 0. 4 Vivid Vervet. Were going to install a ppa to get java, change the root password and install some additional libraries that are needed to run checkpoint. Pressing connect will open an xterm window that downloads and runs the native client install. You will need to enter the root password you set earlier, sudo will not work. Now finally try the Connect Continue Accept Key and you should get connected. Linux Mint 1. 7. 2 RafaelaVery similar to Ubuntu, were going to install a ppa to get java, change the root password and install some additional libraries that are needed to run checkpoint. Unlike Ubuntu however the install via the browser did not work for me. You will need to go to your own login site https checkpoint. LoginLogin. Then select Settings Edit Native Applications Settings Download installation for Linux. Open a terminal and then run the command snxinstall. Downloadssnxinstall. Installation successfull. Now when you go back to the web site, your Connect button should work. SUSE 1. 3. 2. This is a distribution I havent used too much before but decided to give it a try. Again additional libraries were necessary to get snx to run. I also followed these instructions to install java. X1. 1 6 3. 2bit lib. Xau. 6 3. 2bit libxcb. SLE 1. 1i. 58. 6libstdc3. Different Forms Of Government Activities For Elementary. Then is was just a case of connecting to the website and pressing Connect. Fedora 2. 2We have covered installing under Fedora 2. Oracle Java. Get the latest from http www. I copied it to usrlocalsrc. Youll need to adjust accordingly. Summary. Im sorry if I havent covered your distribution in this round up. As I said at the beginning my requirements were pretty specific, but my time was limited. If you browse through the snx series here, you should be able to find out how you can get it running on your own distribution easily enough. This is what I had to do with open. SUSE, for which I was a novice user. If not you can always drop me a line. Having to run such a bloated and convoluted tool chain just to end up running the same application is very disappointing. I am also concerned that such an essential piece of business software is built using such old libraries, and that there is no 6. I would like to hear if there is a way to get this plugin to run from the command line, or at least run without having a browser window open. If you have suggestions please comment below.