Plastic SCM - Installation and Configuration guide


Windows

Server and Client installation

Follow these instructions about how to install the Plastic SCM Server and Client components.

Run the Server configuration

Remember to run the commands as an administrator user.

From the webadmin:

Open your web browser and type myserver:7178:

Windows - Launch webadmin

Or launch it from the Plastic SCM startup menu entry:

Windows - Launch webadmin

From the command line:

clconfigureserver

Run the Client configuration

From the Windows GUI client configuration:

Open your command line and type:

plastic --configure

Or launch it from the Plastic SCM startup menu entry:

Windows - Launch Cliente configuration

From the command line:

clconfigureclient

Run the User management tool (umtool)

Remember to run the commands as an administrator user.

If you configured the Plastic SCM server to use the user and password authentication mode, then you must manage the users that will work with Plastic.

From the webadmin:

Open your web browser, type myserver:7178 and then go to the Authentication section:

Windows - Launch webadmin

Or launch it from the Plastic SCM startup menu entry and then go to the Authentication section:

Windows - Launch webadmin

From the command line (parameters needed):

umtool

To learn how to use each command, please type the following:

umtool help <command_name>

Start the Plastic server

Remember to run the commands as an administrator user.

From the command line:

plasticd start

From the Windows Service Manager:

Go to Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Services,

Or, run the following command:

services.msc

Stop the Plastic server

Remember to run the commands as an administrator user.

From the command line:

plasticd stop

From the Windows Service Manager:

Go to Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Services,

Or, run the following command:

services.msc

Restart the Plastic server

Remember to run the commands as an administrator user.

From the command line:

plasticd restart

From the Windows Service Manager:

Go to Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Services,

Or, run the following command:

services.msc

Run Plastic SCM

From the startup menu entry:

Windows - Run Plastic SCM

From the command line:

plastic

Linux

Server and Client installation

Follow these instructions about how to install the Plastic SCM Server and Client components.

Run the Server configuration wizard

Remember to run the command as sudo.

From the webadmin:

Open your web browser and type myserver:7178:

Linux - Launch webadmin

From the command line:

clconfigureserver

Run the Client configuration wizard

From the Linux GUI client configuration:

gtkplastic --configure

From the command line:

clconfigureclient

Run the User management tool (umtool)

Remember to run the command as sudo.

If you configured the Plastic SCM server to use the user/password authentication mode, then you must manage the users that will work with Plastic.

From the webadmin:

Open your web browser, type myserver:7178 and then go to the Authentication section:

Linux - Launch webadmin

From the command line (parameters needed):

umtool

To learn how to use each command, please type the following:

umtool help <command_name>

Start the Plastic server

Remember to run the commands as sudo.
/etc/init.d/plasticsd start

or:

/opt/plasticscm5/server/plasticsd start

or:

service plasticsd start

Stop the Plastic server

Remember to run the commands as sudo.
/etc/init.d/plasticsd stop

or:

/opt/plasticscm5/server/plasticsd stop

or:

service plasticsd stop

Restart the Plastic server

Remember to run the commands as sudo.
/etc/init.d/plasticsd restart

or:

/opt/plasticscm5/server/plasticsd restart

or:

service plasticsd restart

Check the Plastic server status

Remember to run the commands as sudo.
/etc/init.d/plasticsd status

or:

/opt/plasticscm5/server/plasticsd status

or:

service plasticsd status

Run Plastic SCM

From the Plastic SCM application:

Linux - Run Plastic SCM

From the command line:

gtkplastic

Mac OS

Server and Client installation

Follow these instructions about how to install the Plastic SCM Server and Client components.

Run the Server configuration wizard

Remember to run the command as sudo.

From the webadmin:

Open your web browser and type myserver:7178:

Mac - Launch webadmin

Or, launch it from the PlasticSCMServer application:

Mac - Launch webadmin

From the command line:

/Applications/PlasticSCMServer.app/Contents/Applications/clconfigureserver.app/Contents/MacOS/clconfigureserver

Run the Client configuration wizard

From the Mac OS GUI client configuration:

macplastic --configure

From the command line:

clconfigureclient

Run the User management tool (umtool)

Remember to run the command as sudo.

If you configured the Plastic SCM server to use the user/password authentication mode, then you must manage the users that will work with Plastic.

From the webadmin:

Open your web browser, type myserver:7178 and then go to the Authentication section:

Mac - Launch webadmin

Or, launch it from the PlasticSCMServer application and then go to the Authentication section:

Mac - Launch webadmin

From the command line (parameters needed):

/Applications/PlasticSCMServer.app/Contents/Applications/umtool.app/Contents/MacOS/umtool

To learn how to use each command, please type the following:

/Applications/PlasticSCMServer.app/Contents/Applications/umtool.app/Contents/MacOS/umtool help <command_name>

Start the Plastic server

Remember to run the command as sudo.
launchctl load /Library/LaunchDaemons/com.codicesoftware.plasticscm.server.plist

Stop the Plastic server

Remember to run the command as sudo.
launchctl unload /Library/LaunchDaemons/com.codicesoftware.plasticscm.server.plist

Run Plastic SCM

From the PlasticSCM application:

Mac OS - Run Plastic SCM

From the command line:

open /Applications/plasticscm.app

Here you can find the Plastic SCM license

/Applications/PlasticSCMServer.app/Contents/MonoBundle/plasticd.lic

Last updated

November 17, 2017
  • Learn how to configure the Plastic SCM Server from the new webadmin administration console.
  • February 21, 2017
  • The command to run the Client configuration wizard from the command line in your Mac OS system has been updated.
  • May 4, 2016
  • Publication date.