How to install DataGrip on CentOS 8

How to install DataGrip on CentOS 8

Install DataGrip on CentOS 8

DataGrip is an intelligent, full-featured IDE for databases developed by JetBrains. It also provides support for MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL, SQLite, etc. You can also extend the DataGrip functionality using plugins. You can also get support for various databases by using the DataGrip plugin. In this tutorial, you will learn how to install DataGrip on CentOS 8.

Prerequisites

Before you start installing DataGrip on CentOS 8, your system must have a non-root user account with sudo privileges.

Install DataGrip

First, download DataGrip using the official DataGrip download page using the wget command. The latest version available at the time of writing this tutorial is 2019.1.2. If necessary, you can check the latest version installation.

sudo wget https://download.jetbrains.com/datagrip/datagrip-2019.1.2.tar.gz

Extract the downloaded package using the following command:

tar -xvf datagrip-2019.1.2.tar.gz

Move in the extracted directory.

cd datagrip-2019.1.2

Now, to run DataGrip like a regular program, you need to create a symbolic link using the following command:

sudo ln -s ./datagrip-2019.1.2/bin/datagrip.sh /usr/bin/datagrip

Start DataGrip

You can launch DataGrip using the following command:

datagrip

The first time you launch DataGrip, you will be prompted to import your settings. If you have an older version of the settings, you can import or select Do not import settings.

Conclusion

You learned how to install DataGrip on CentOS 8. If you have any questions about this, don’t forget the comments below.

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