Linux Desktop Application

How do I download the Talygen Application for Linux?

Click on the DOWNLOAD button. It will open a popup window from where you can save the .jar file of the application on your hard drive.


Log in as the administrator of your computer.

Temporarily disable your anti-virus software until the application is fully installed.

Make sure the time/date settings on your computer are correct.

Download when your Internet connection is strong and stable.

Close any unnecessary programs.

If you experience any problems downloading or installing the Talygen Application, please contact us.

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What is new in version 6.0?

Manages running time tracker entry on multiple devices simultaneously.

Invite Clients feature has been added in event management.

A new field of contact has been in the CRM module.

Upgraded with Virtual User feature.

Under the approval rule we have done new modifications in the functionality.

Moreover, several UI, stability and usability improvements have been made in Talygen.

Under the Approval Module new features; Timesheet Approval, Time Approval, Leave approval and Expense approval have been added.

This version enables you to accurately view paused hours in the Timesheet.

How do I Install the Talygen Application for Linux?

First you need to download and install Java to use our Linux application.Click here to download java.

For best results: Login as Admin, temporarily turn off anti-virus software until you have fully installed Java.

Download the Talygen application, which includes a .zip file. Save the file where you will easily find it like your desktop or download folder. Unzip the file at same location.

Click on Talygen_linux folder and go to Jar file.

Open your Terminal and go to Talygen_Linux folder, using this command: "cd ./Talygen_Linux"

Run this command "java -jar Talygen.jar" full path of your jar file.

And Press Enter Key.
If you encounter any problems with the installation process, please contact us.

The prerequisites for offline mode Linux Application

On a particular system, multiple users can track time in offline mode but at least once user has to log-in with internet connection.

User has to log-in to the Linux desktop app once with internet connection, after that he/she can shift over the offline mode.

In order to track time in 'Offline mode', users have to enable 'Offline Tracking' from User wise Configuration setting.

Time limit for 'tracking offline entries in days' can be set from configuration settings under screen shot functionality module.

Free trail, Paid link, help link and forgot password do not work in offline mode.

Sync button will not be shown to the user when offline tracking is disabled.

Whenever user login first time he/she have to sync the data first in order to synchronize with the web.

Pause/Resume button is disabled in offline mode.

If a user changes password from web then he/she must synchronize once.

Do not sync data while entry is running as it will hamper the user's data.

Please keep in mind that you have only one internet connection instance on your system at a time while using desktop app in offline mode.

Overlap functionality will not work for Linux desktop app in offline mode.

The Future time entries will be deleted while synchronizing time entries in Linux desktop application.

The User has to take care that he/she must install it on personal computer not on shared computer network.

The prerequisites for MultiScreen Linux Desktop Application

For using multi screen screenshot functionality your multi screen setting must be enabled. To enable multi screen setting, contact your Company Admin.

If no display (screen) is selected, screenshot will be captured from the primary screen. User can select only one screen at a time and screenshot of the selected screen will be captured.