Alex Jenkins
IT Consultant

Timpi Collector Linux Install

Timpi Collector Linux Install

Timpi recommends using your own Infrastructure as well as long as you meet the minimum specification.

Collector: Windows, Linux, macOS, docker with 4GB RAM, 400MB hard disk, +4 Core CPU.

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Note: This guide assumes you already have some previous knowledge of Linux functions and commands.

This document will walk you through setting up the TIMPI Command-Line Interface.

Using SSH in Putty (Windows)

Putty is a free SSH & telnet client for Windows and UNIX platforms that can be used to make an SSH connection to your server.

You would need this client to access your server and can download the latest client from the link below:

Enter your connection settings:

Host Name (Or IP address) — Name your session or simply put whatever you want to call it Save & Click Open to launch the Putty

First step is to log in as “root”.

Update & Security 

First, you use the update option to resynchronize the package index files from their sources on Ubuntu Linux via the Internet, Second, you use the upgrade option to install the newest versions of all packages currently installed on the Ubuntu system. In other words, get security updates for your machine.

sudo apt update && sudo apt -y upgrade

Required Application

apt install p7zip-full p7zip-rar

Automatic Updates

apt install unattended-upgrades

systemctl status unattended-upgrades

dpkg-reconfigure –priority=low unattended-upgrades

Create the following Directories:

mkdir /etc/timpi

mkdir /var/log/Timpi

mkdir /software

Software Download

Move into the software directory that you just created and then use the wget

To unzip please use the following: 7z x TimpiCollector-0-8-28-A-linux.7z

Once completed, move into the /software/impiCollector-0-8-28-A-linux and  use the below commands:

TimpiCollector executable by the following command:

chmod +x TimpiCollector

Lastly to fire up the collector the collector by typing:


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