3.3. Installing JRaceman

JRaceman is delivered in a self-extracting JAR file. You must have Java running on your system in order to extract it.

To install JRaceman from the self-extracting JAR file (.jar extension), double-click on the JAR file, or run the command

java -jar jraceman-N_N_N.jar

This will open a dialog allowing you to specify a destination directory, and it will create a directory called jraceman-N_N_N in the specified directory, where N_N_N is replaced by the JRaceman version number.

To install the web registration module, see the Web Registration chapter.