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About Java

Make sure Java (at least version 1.6) is installed. We recommend a Sun VM or OpenJDK, GCJ is not supported.

Debian, Ubuntu and Derivatives

Use our repository at repo.wuala.com:

Download the appropriate installer:

The package installs Wuala and registers our repository for further updates.

Upgrade an existing installation (if you want to preserve online time and local settings):

  1. Stop wuala and make sure the WualaDrive is correctly unmounted afterwards
  2. Install as described above but do not start it up yet
  3. Rename the folder wuala in your home directory to .wuala
  4. Edit the file Wuala.cfg in the .config directory in you home directory and change the line starter=/home/.../wuala to starter=/usr/bin/wuala

You can start Wuala from the application menu (applications > network).

Notes for Debian 5 and 6

Your local user needs to be in the fuse group (you may have to login again):
addgroup USERNAME fuse

Fedora, Red Hat, CentOS

Download the appropriate installer:

The package installs Wuala and registers our repository for further updates.

Upgrade an existing installation (if you want to preserve online time and local settings):

  1. Stop wuala and make sure the WualaDrive is correctly unmounted afterwards
  2. Install as described above but do not start it up yet
  3. Rename the folder wuala in your home directory to .wuala
  4. Edit the file Wuala.cfg in the .config directory in you home directory and change the line starter=/home/.../wuala to starter=/usr/bin/wuala

Notes on CentOS, Red Hat

Your local user needs to be in the fuse group (you may have to login again):
usermod -a -G fuse USERNAME

OpenSUSE

Download the appropriate installer:

The package installs Wuala and registers our repository for further updates.

Upgrade an existing installation (if you want to preserve online time and local settings):

  1. Stop wuala and make sure the WualaDrive is correctly unmounted afterwards
  2. Install as described above but do not start it up yet
  3. Rename the folder wuala in your home directory to .wuala
  4. Edit the file Wuala.cfg in the .config directory in you home directory and change the line starter=/home/.../wuala to starter=/usr/bin/wuala

Notes for OpenSuse since version 11.2

Make sure Sun Java is your default jvm: sudo /usr/sbin/update-alternatives --config java and select Sun Java.

Other distributions

1. Installation prerequisites

For better system integration we recommend libfuse2, fuse-utils and xdg-utils.

2. Download Wuala

Download Wuala and extract to your home directory.

3. Start Wuala

Start Wuala by double-clicking on ~/wuala/wuala.

Other systems

 Wuala for Windows
 Wuala for Mac
 Wuala for Mobile


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