Thank-you for your interest in Razor Software CM. Please select the platform you would like to download from the following list.
|Linux 3.10.x (64bit)||
NOTE: Windows support includes Razor clients for Windows 10 and 11 operating systems (64-bit).
NOTE: For RHEL7/RHEL8/RHEL9 use the Linux 3.10.x (x64) release
NOTE: If you are using the Razor Server on RHEL8/RHEL9, you should also install the latest version of RCS from ftp.gnu.org/gnu/rcs
NOTE: For Ubuntu 18/20/22 use Linux 3.10.x (x64) release
NOTE: If you are downloading Razor for evaluation purposes, you will first install Razor and then obtain a set of evaluation keys. If you are upgrading to a newer version of Razor, you may need to Contact Razor Sales or verify that your maintenance contract is up to date.
To download a previous version of Razor, visit our archives.
If you would rather obtain a full version on CD/DVD, or cannot download a copy of Razor due to security restrictions, or would like to arrange a web based demonstration, contact the Razor Sales Group or call 617-902-0767.
For installation questions and technical support issues, contact the Razor support group.
Razor is a fully integrated problem tracking, change management, and release management software tool. The Razor Evaluation license has the following limitations:
- You are restricted to creating only 50 Issues.
- You are restricted to only changing issues 5 times
- You are only allowed up to version 1.5 of your files
The Razor Demonstration product will cease to function 21 days after receiving demo keys. The trial period can only be reset or extended by the Razor Sales Group.
View a quick presentation of Razor
To install RazorPC on Windows
Run the RazorPC_<version>.exe file
NOTE: before installing, you must remove previous versions of RazorPC using 'Add or Remove Programs'
NOTE: RazorPC will run on Windows 10/11 (64bit)
NOTE: For additional assistance contact email@example.com
To install Razor on Linux
NOTE: do not install Razor as root. The recommended username is rzadmin.
NOTE: you should install Razor in an environment with a fixed IP address
NOTE: your environment should contain an /etc/hosts file with the hostname and IP address of your machine
NOTE: before running the 'Razor/bin/razor id' commnand, you must define the RAZOR_HOME and RAZOR_LICENSE_DIR environment variables
NOTE: to create a Razor database, run the 'Razor/scripts/rz_new_database' script
NOTE: we recommend that each Razor database be placed in its own new and empty directory
NOTE: The database directory must exist prior to running the 'Razor/scripts/rz_new_database' script
NOTE: the Razor 'demo' database requires the 'rcs' archive package
NOTE: you may need to install the 'rcs' and/or 'cssc' (i.e. sccs for Linux) packages on your system prior to using Razor.
NOTE: For additional assistance email firstname.lastname@example.org
Guiffy Diff/Merge Tool
Razor comes with an OEM license that gives the user permission to run Guiffy within the Razor Versions tool.
You must first install the Guiffy tool on your system. You can download the Guiffy tool from the https://guiffy.com/download web site.
Please note that Guiffy will only work in a 64bit environment.
If you prefer, you may purchase a separate license which allows you to run Guiffy outside of Razor.
Guiffy is not bundled with the RazorPC package. You must download and install it for each system that wants to use it. You can download the Guiffy tool from the https://guiffy.com/download web site. Please note that Guiffy will only work in a 64bit environment.
The Guiffy tool is not bundled with Razor on non-Windows platforms. This product and the appropriate Java runtime engine (JRE) needs to be installed by the user. The product installer and the Java runtime engine may be downloaded from https://guiffy.com/download.
The Guiffy product can be installed in the $RAZOR_HOME directory of the Razor product under the Guiffy sub-directory. You must create the Guiffy sub-directory before installation. Also the JRE used by Guiffy, is installed under the Guiffy installation directory so that it doesn't conflict with an existing JRE installation. The environment variable GUIFFY_HOME must point to the Guiffy directory and be defined by the user prior to using the product. You can add the environment variable to the two rz_prep files. (i.e. RAZOR_GUIFFY=$RAZOR_HOME/Guiffy)