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Installing the Lua Script Resource Distribution
The Lua Script Resource is included in the ThingWorx WS EMS distribution, which is available from PTC and is distributed as a simple zip archive.
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If the WS EMS and the Lua Script Resource are to exist on the same Edge device, you can skip this section as the Lua Script Resource was installed as part of Downloading and Installing ThingWorx WS EMS.
If you do not know how to access the PTC Support site, Software Downloads page, see Downloading and Installing ThingWorx WS EMS. The installation instructions are the same for the Lua Script Resource as the WS EMS.
Install the distribution on an edge device as follows:
1. Choose and download the distribution bundles that is correct for the operating system, SSL/TLS implementation, and platform that you plan to use for the LSR. Note that the packages fall into two categories, those that contain the OpenSSL libraries and those that contain the axTLS library. The following packages for Linux and Windows contain OpenSSL libraries, as indicated by the openssl in the name of the file:
microserver-linux-arm-hwfpu-openssl-version.zip
microserver-linux-arm-openssl-version.zip
microserver-linux-x86_32–openssl-version.zip
microserver-linux-x86_64–openssl-version.zip
microserver-windows-x86_32–openssl-version.zip
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Only the packages with openssl in their file name support FIPS. If you try to enable FIPS using the packages with axtls in their file name, the WS EMS will not start.
The following packages for Linux and Windows contain axTLS library, as indicated by the “axtls” in the name of the package file:
microserver-linux-arm-hwfpu-axtls-version.zip
microserver-linux-arm-axtls-version.zip
microserver-linux-x86_32–axtls-version.zip
microserver-linux-x86_64–axtls-version.zip
microserver-windows-x86_32–axtls-version.zip
2. Following download, select a location for the distribution on the file system of the edge device.
3. Unzip the distribution bundle. You are ready to start configuring the Lua Script Resource.