The RTI Console for Linux requires typical desktop environment packages, including:
  • gtk2
  • gtk2-engines.i686
  • libXtst
The steps to install the RTI Console on Linux are:
  1. Download rti-console-3.4.7-lx86-*.tgz (32-bit) or rti-console-3.4.7-lx86_64-*.tgz(64-bit). (The "3.4.7" may of course change.)
  2. Expand the downloaded file wherever you want it to be. For example, to install /opt/RTIEEConsole:
    sudo tar -zxf /tmp/rti-console-3.4.7-lx86-*.tgz                           
    Note that rti-console-3.4.7-lx86_64.tgz unpacks to RTIEEConsole64/.
  3. Put the installed RTIAnalyzer executable in your PATH, for example:
      # or 
    ln -s /opt/RTIEEConsole64/RTIAnalyzer $HOME/bin                            
  4. Launch the analyzer with the RTIAnalyzer command.
  5. If you see warnings or errors written to stderr when you first launch RTIAnalyzer, this is probably because you're missing some prerequisite packages. The RTIAnalyzer is built with Eclipse SWT which requires gtk2, gtk2-engines, and libXtst and their prerequisites.


If you have RTI Enterprise installed and unpack rti-console-*.tgz in $RTI_HOME to create $RTI_HOME/RTIEEConsole[64], then the RTI Enterprise command rti analyze will launch the console.

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