setup utility: starts the InfoPrint Manager installer in InfoPrint Manager for AIX or InfoPrint Manager for Linux

Syntax for AIX

setup -c [-e] [-R] [-s FileSystem]

setup [-e] [-L locale] -n ServerName -p PortNumber     
[-P DestinationName] [-R] [-s FileSystem]

setup [-e] [-R] [-s Filesystem] [-S]

setup [-ud] 

setup [-uc] 

setup [-e] [-R] [-s Filesystem] [-S] [-v] 

setup [-e] [-R] [-s Filesystem] [-S] [-V]

Syntax for Linux

setup [-ud] 

setup [-uc] 

setup [-e] [-R] [-s Filesystem] [-S] [-v] 

setup [-e] [-R] [-s Filesystem] [-S] [-V]

Description

Issue the setup utility to start the InfoPrint Manager Installer. On AIX the InfoPrint Manager Installer installs InfoPrint Manager for AIX, including an InfoPrint Manager server and an InfoPrint Manager AIX client, or the InfoPrint Manager AIX client alone.

On Linux, the InfoPrint Manager installer installs the InfoPrint Manager server, clients are installed using rpm commands against desired packages. For more details about installing Linux clients, consult InfoPrint Manager for Linux: Getting Started.

The AIX client allows users to enter InfoPrint Manager commands on the command line for transmission to the InfoPrint server, which can be on another AIX system. The AIX client has no graphical user interface.

Note: You can install the InfoPrint Manager server, InfoPrint Manager AIX client, or InfoPrint Manager Linux client in any of these languages:
  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • Japanese
  • Spanish
If the InfoPrint Manager AIX client, InfoPrint Manager Linux client, and server do not use the same language, the InfoPrint Manager server must run in English.

Flags

The setup utility uses these flags:

-c (AIX only)
Invokes the InfoPrint Manager Installer to install only the InfoPrint Manager AIX client.
Note: The -L, -n, -p, and -P flags are not valid with this flag. The InfoPrint Manager Installer will prompt you to specify the locale, server name, port number, and optional default logical destination.
-e
Echos the Installer log updates to stdout as they occur.
-L locale (AIX only)
Specifies the locale of the AIX client. The default is en_US (U.S. English).
Note: This flag is not valid with the -c flag.
-n ServerName (AIX only)
Specifies the name of the InfoPrint Manager server.
Note: This flag is not valid with the -c flag.
-p PortNumber (AIX only)
Specifies the port number that the remote InfoPrint Manager server is using for communications.
Note: This flag is not valid with the -c flag.
-P DestinationName (AIX only)
Specifies the default logical destination to which the InfoPrint Manager AIX client submits jobs.
Note: This flag is not valid with the -c flag.
-R
Replaces any currently installed version of the InfoPrint Manager Installer on your AIX or Linux system with the Installer code from the InfoPrint Manager DVD-ROMs.
-s FileSystem
Specifies the file system where the installable software images can be accessed. For example, you could specify the file system that you defined for installing InfoPrintManager, or the drive where you mounted the InfoPrint Manager server DVD-ROM. The default mount point for all installations that use the Installer is /cdrom for AIX.
Note: The /cdrom file system can be predefined.
-S
Saves the .wlog files from any prior installation.
-h
Displays help for the setup utility.
-ud
Uninstalls InfoPrint Manager and keeps all objects.
-uc
Uninstalls InfoPrint Manager and deletes all objects.
-v
Installs InfoPrint Manager on the HACMP Failover server. This prevents an attempt to mount the /var file system and does not start the InfoPrint Manager server.
-V
Sets up HACMP primary server and insures that all the appropriate file systems are available.

Example for AIX

To install InfoPrint Manager from the file system /cdrom, follow these steps:

  1. Log onto AIX as root.
  2. If available, insert the latest InfoPrint Manager server Service DVD-ROM into the drive. Otherwise, insert the gold InfoPrint Manager for AIX Server 1 DVD-ROM into the drive.
  3. If this is the first time you are running the InfoPrint Manager Installer on this system, create the /cdrom file system. Enter:
    smit cdrfs
  4. Click Add a DVDROM File System.
  5. Complete the Add a DVDROM File System panel.
    1. In the DEVICE Name field, enter the identifier of your DVD-ROM drive. If you do not know the identifier, click List in the AIXwindows version of SMIT, or press PF4 in the ASCII version of SMIT, to see a list of DVD-ROM drives. Select one.
    2. In the MOUNT POINT field, enter /cdrom.
    3. Click OK (AIXwindows version) or press Enter (ASCII version).
    4. Press F10 to exit from SMIT.
  6. To mount the DVD-ROM, enter this command on the AIX command line:
    mount /cdrom
  7. To read the /cdrom/readme.txt or readme.txt file, enter:
    dtpad /cdrom/readme.txt
  8. Enter:
    /cdrom/setup

Example for Linux

To install InfoPrint Manager from DVD, follow these steps:

  1. Log onto Linux as root.
  2. Insert the latest InfoPrint Manager Server DVD into the drive. If you have more than one DVD drive on your server, make sure that it is inserted in the first DVD drive, which uses the device /dev/sr0. If autofs is enabled, the DVD is automatically mounted under /media/IPM_450 linux. Otherwise, the setup will mount the DVD under /media/IPM_CD_MOUNT.
  3. Enter:
    /media/IPM_450 linux/setup

    or

    /media/IPM_CD_MOUNT/setup
    Note: Use -s flag to specify a nondefault DVD-ROM or InfoPrint Manager Software Server mount point:
    /mountpoint/setup -s /mountpoint/setup