Unix and Linux

File Paths

Unix/Linux systems use the forward-slash ('/') character in file paths. Take care to correct any file paths as necessary when moving workflows from Windows to Unix/Linux systems. For example, the following path would be acceptable in Unix/Linux:


For file URLs, Unix/Linux systems require "file://" (as opposed to "file:/") at the start of the URL. You might use the following URL on a Unix/Linux system:



Different Linux distributions might set different default permissions on the unzipped Flux folder. Make sure the permissions are set as described in Database and File System Permissions.

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