Which operating systems are supported?

  • Windows 2008 R2, 7, 8.x
  • CentOS 5.6 / RedHat Enterprise 5 and above
  • Ubuntu 12.04 and above

Only 64-bit architectures are supported at this time.

Which keyboard layouts are supported?

  • us (US standard keyboard, default)
  • jp (Japanese 106 keyboard)

InTime detects the locale and applies the correct layout. To force a specific keyboard layout, use the following command.

<install directory>/ -layout jp

How do I upgrade my current version of InTime?

First remove the current version:

  • Linux: Remove the contents of the InTime installation directory using rm -rf <install path>/*
  • Windows: Uninstall the current version of InTime using the Windows Uninstaller.

Next, install the latest version. As much as possible, newer versions will be backward-compatible with older ones.

Is it possible to have multiple versions of InTime installed?

Although it is possible, we recommend that you use only the latest version.

Environment variables used by InTime

InTime uses the following environment variables.

  • PL_INTIME_HOME: InTime’s installation directory. For example: D:/Tools/Plunify/InTime/v1.1.2
  • PL_FPGAACCEL_HOME: The installation directory of the FPGAAccel utility that InTime uses. For example: D:/Tools/Plunify/InTime/v1.1.2/fpgaaccel
  • PL_R_HOME: The installation directory of the R package that InTime uses. For example: D:/Tools/R/R-3.0.2
  • PL_PERL_HOME: InTime’s Perl installation directory. For example: D:/Tools/Perl64/bin
  • JAVA_HOME: The /bin directory of the Java executable.

On Windows these variables will be created and set automatically by the InTime installer.