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Installing FortiClient (Linux)

You can install FortiClient (Linux) on the following operating systems:

  • Ubuntu
  • CentOS
  • Red Hat

For supported versions, see Product integration and support.

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If upgrading from FortiClient (Linux) 6.0.3 or an earlier version using an RPM package, you must first uninstall any version of FortiClient (Linux) earlier than 6.4.8 from the machine.

If upgrading from FortiClient (Linux) 6.0.4 or a later version, you can directly upgrade to FortiClient (Linux) 6.4.8 without first uninstalling the earlier version of FortiClient (Linux).

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You must upgrade EMS to one of the following versions before upgrading FortiClient:

  • 7.0.2 and later
  • 6.4.7 and later

With the new endpoint security improvement feature, there are backward compatibility issues to consider while planning upgrades. See Recommended upgrade path.

Installing FortiClient (Linux)

You can install FortiClient (Linux) on the following operating systems:

  • Ubuntu
  • CentOS
  • Red Hat

For supported versions, see Product integration and support.

note icon

If upgrading from FortiClient (Linux) 6.0.3 or an earlier version using an RPM package, you must first uninstall any version of FortiClient (Linux) earlier than 6.4.8 from the machine.

If upgrading from FortiClient (Linux) 6.0.4 or a later version, you can directly upgrade to FortiClient (Linux) 6.4.8 without first uninstalling the earlier version of FortiClient (Linux).

Note

You must upgrade EMS to one of the following versions before upgrading FortiClient:

  • 7.0.2 and later
  • 6.4.7 and later

With the new endpoint security improvement feature, there are backward compatibility issues to consider while planning upgrades. See Recommended upgrade path.