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    postman-updater-linux

    0.0.2 • Public • Published

    Postman Updater (for Linux)

    This is a simple bash script, which allows you to update the Postman Linux app, straight from the terminal.

    Installation

    1. Using NPM

    $ npm install -g postman-updater-linux

    2. Manually

    Copy the postman-updater script to your $PATH, and make it executable. Remember to change the path, if you do not want to install it to /usr/local/bin:

    # curl -o /usr/local/bin/postman-updater https://github.com/czardoz/postman-updater-linux/blob/master/bin/postman-updater 
    # chmod +x /usr/local/bin/postman-updater 

    Usage

    By default, postman-updater assumes that the installation happens in /opt/postman. You can override this by providing a command line flag, -l /your/path. If you are not installing to any system directory, you will not have to use sudo in any of the following commands.

    1. Checking for updates

    You can check if updates are available:

    sudo postman-updater check

    Or, with a custom install location:

    postman-updater check -l /your/custom/path

    2. Installing Postman

    You can install Postman to a path:

    sudo postman-updater install # by default, installs to /opt/postman 

    Or, with a custom install location:

    postman-updater install -l /your/custom/path

    3. Updating Postman

    This will update Postman, with default installation directory set to /opt/postman.

    sudo postman-updater update

    You can change the default location with the -l flag:

    postman-updater update -l /your/custom/path

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    Install

    npm i postman-updater-linux

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    Version

    0.0.2

    License

    Apache-2.0

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    Collaborators

    • czardoz