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Where applicable, AppDynamics also publishes software for distribution on package manager repositories such as rpm, npm, pip, NuGet, and others. When a product is available via package manager, you can find relevant instructions to retrieve and install the software in the installation documentation.
When you download files, always copy or transfer the files in binary mode. If you want to transfer a file you have downloaded on Windows to a Linux machine, use binary mode in your transfer program when you move the file to the destination Linux environment.
The following steps demonstrate how to use cURL to get the latest version of an AppDynamics software download:
curl -L -c cookies.txt -d 'username=<USERNAME>&password=<PASSWORD>' https://login.appdynamics.com/sso/login/
<URL_TO_FILE>with the appropriate
download_pathvalue in your request:
curl -L -O -b cookies.txt <URL_TO_FILE>
You can use checksum validation and, for certain packages, a digital signature to validate software you download from the AppDynamics Download Center.
These steps require the machine on which you validate a package to include a TLS 1.2 implementation.
Click the Checksums link beneath a software package on the AppDynamics Download Center to display the package's MD5 checksum and its SHA256 checksum. After your download completes, run a checksum tool and compare the results against against the checksum information from the download center.
AppDynamics digitally signs the following packages using a certificate signed by a publicly known certificate authority:
New in 4.3.3, AppDynamics digitally signs the following packages using a Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) key:
The AppDynamics PGP public key is hosted on https://pgp.mit.edu under the User ID "email@example.com". If you are unfamiliar with using a PGP signature to validate a software package, see the tutorial on the AppDynamics Community Knowledge Base.