Using Gravio with a Mac
Two software installations are required to use Gravio.
Installing Gravio Studio for Mac and HubKit
- Install Gravio Studio from the App Store: https://link.gravio.com/studio
- Launch Gravio Studio.
- If you do not already have an account, fill out this form to agree to the Terms of Service and create an account.
- If you already have an account, please login.
- If you signed up, you will receive an authorization code by e-mail. Check your e-mail. When you log in, you will be asked for the verification code, please enter it together with the verification code described in the email.
- Initially, if you have not yet installed the Gravio server, the server list is empty.
- To install the HubKit locally, click the “About Gravio HubKit” button.
- A browser will open, click on the “Products” menu and click on the Download Gravio HubKit for Mac button at the bottom of the page that appears.
- A screen will open asking for permission to download. Download “GravioHubKit4.dmg” and double-click it to open and install.
- After installation is complete, double-click Gravio HubKit4 in the Applications folder to launch it. You will be prompted to enter the password for administrative privileges.
- When HubKit starts, an icon will appear in the Mac upper menu.
- Once you have completed the HubKit installation, launch Gravio Studio again; you will see your local server on the Hub list.
Select Gravio Initial Setup and perform the initial configuration, including license installation, etc. For more information on Gravio Initial Setup, see here.
Note: If your servers are on different network segments, Gravio will not be able to retrieve them automatically. In this case, use the “+” symbol to manually add a new server using its IP address.
- This completes the installation of Gravio Studio and HubKit.
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