Install TeamCity Server on Linux or macOS
Download TeamCity Server
Go to the JetBrains website and download the .tar.gz distribution with the "portable" version of the TeamCity server.
Or, you can install it from a Docker image. All the information related to the TeamCity Server Docker images is described on Docker Hub.
Specifics of the
It includes a Tomcat version tested to work fine with the respective version of TeamCity. You can use an alternative Tomcat version, but other combinations are not guaranteed to work correctly.
It is possible to configure the installation by changing the startup script and JRE options.
It comes bundled with a build agent distribution and a startup script which allows for easy TeamCity server evaluation with one agent.
It comes bundled with the devPackage for the TeamCity plugin development.
Install from tar.gz
It is highly recommended running the TeamCity server under a dedicated user account.
To install the TeamCity server, unpack the
TeamCity<version number>.tar.gz archive. You can use the
tar xfz TeamCity<version number>.tar.gz command under Linux * and WinZip, WinRar, or similar utility under Windows.
Ensure that JRE or JDK are installed and the
JAVA_HOME environment variable is pointing to the Java installation directory (see recommended Java versions).