So, first off they hide the installer in plain site.
Yup, on this page http://wiki.ephesoft.com/community-edition-v4-0-2-0
you can click on
Ok, grab yourself a copy of ubuntu server, I just took the defaults
sudo apt-get install openssh-server
Now you can use winscp to transfer over the files.
Now I just basically followed this guide http://www.ephesoft.com/wiki/index.php?title=Linux_Installation
Version 4.0 asks slightly different questions, but I just rolled with it.
after a wait… of an hour or two… Ephesoft installed successfully 🙂
Wow! It actually works!
So, been messing with it a bit. On second thought the Ubuntu desktop might be a better fix (I just like GUI’s and all)
So I used.
sudo aptitude install ubuntu-desktop
To try and get a desktop gui and resolve some conflicts. hmm well now the ephesoft no worky.Oh well, this time I’ll try a ubuntu desktop install from the beginning
…. second stab using ubuntu desktop, I have a desktop and ephesoft! score