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  MS Windows

  1. You can download Bucket Commander at  http://www.bucketexplorer.com/be-download.html .
  2. You are provided with two major choices to download Bucket Commander according to 64-bit and 32-bit MS Windows Environment.
    • 32/64 bit Zip Version With JRE
    • 32/64 bit Zip Version Without JRE
  3. If you have not installed java 6 on your system, we recommend that you install the Zip version with JRE.
  4. Click on download as per your requirement from the section provided for Bucket Commander on Windows Environment.
  5. Read end user agreement and (if agree), select download located below the page, at the right side, or at the top middle of the page.
  6. Save file to your hard disk. Download may take time depending on the speed of your internet connection.
  1. If you have Downloaded 32/64 bit Zip Version With JRE
    1. Extract the Zip folder and it is ready to use. You will find an Embedded JRE with an executable file of Bucket Commander.
    2. Run Bucket Commander
  2. If you Downloaded 32/64 bit Zip Version Without JRE.
    1. Extract the Zip folder and it is ready to use. Here you will find a Bucket Commander Executable file.
    2. Run Bucket Commander

  Macintosh Operating System

  1. Download bucket Commander Zip version at  http://www.bucketexplorer.com/be-download.html
  2. Click on download at the Download section for Bucket Commander on Mac OS X Environment .
  3. Read end user agreement and (if agree), select download located below the page, at the right side, or at the top middle of the page.
  4. Save file to your hard disk. Download  may take time depending on the speed of your internet connection.
  5. Extract the zipped file.
  6. You will find BucketCommander.jar
  7. Run Bucket Commander Jar

  Linux Operating system

  1. Download bucketCommander.tar.gz at  http://www.bucketexplorer.com/be-download.html
  2. Click on download from the Download section for Bucket Commander on Linux Environment.
  3. Read end user agreement and (if agree), select download located below the page, at the right side, or at the top middle of the page.
  4. Run or Save file to your hard disk. Download  may take time depending on the speed of your internet connection.
  5. Extract BucketCommander200910xxxx.tar.gz
  6. If you have not installed java on your system, you need to follow these steps before running Bucket Commander from BucketCommander-jre.sh.file
    1. Follow these steps if you have not copied "jre6" to home path –
      • Download the latest JRE, install it to your system and rename the folder to jre6.
      • Open BucketCommander-jre.sh file to edit.
      • Update in place of $BucketCommander_home /jre6/bin:${PATH}variables
      • Now save BucketCommander-jre.sh file.

      OR

    1. Follow this if you have copied “jre6” to home path –
      • Copy the latest JRE from your local system to Bucket Commander root folder and rename it to ‘jre6’
  7. Now Go to Applications << Accessories >> Terminal
  8. Run BucketCommander.sh/BucketCommander-jre.sh file