Installing server software and features locally with the Installer
Before running the InfoPrint Manager graphic installer, make sure you have X-server installed on your server. You need X-Windows display support to run the install procedure.
This procedure steps through a local installation of the InfoPrint Manager for Linux base and features, using the InfoPrint Installer GUI.
- To install InfoPrint Manager server software or optional InfoPrint Manager for Linux features using the InfoPrint Manager for Linux Installer on the local Linux server, enter this command:
The InfoPrint Installer begins by checking your configuration and might display some messages regarding system checks and verifications.
- The first screen displayed is the Installer’s language selection screen. Select the
language that you want to use with InfoPrint Manager Installer. For more information
about how to add additional languages, see Adding or removing languages.
- The Installer displays the Introduction screen. You are advised to quit all other programs before continuing with the installation.
Click the Next button to proceed to the next screen. If you want to change something on the previous screen, click the Previous button.
You may cancel the installation at this time by clicking the Cancel button.
- Choose which type of license you want to use for your installation and then click
- If you choose to try the product, it will run in trial mode for the time period shown (60 days). Before the trial period is over, you must register the product to continue using it.
- You can choose to register your product. There are two methods to register: automatically
using an existing internet connection or manually using the self-service web site.
Note: For automatic registration, make sure that the HTTPS (443) port is open when registering behind a firewall and that your proxy settings are configured correctly.
- Depending on the type of license chosen, the evaluation or the product license agreement
displays. Read the license agreement, select
I accept the terms of the License Agreementand then click Next.
- If you have chosen to register the product, the Registration screen displays. Choose
a method to register and then click Next.
- If you chose to register automatically, the Automatic registration screen displays.
Complete the required information and then click Next:
- Enter your user name.
- Enter the company name.
- E-mail address
- Enter your e-mail address.
- Entitlement ID
- The Entitlement ID is only used to identify what you purchased.
- You chose to register manually. The Product registration screen displays. Complete
the entries and then click Next:
- Entitlement ID
- The Entitlement ID is only used to identify what you purchased.
- System fingerprint
- The system fingerprint is used for generating a license key, and it is automatically
Note: If the system fingerprint used for generating a license key is changed, the InfoPrint Manager software continues to run in grace mode for a period of 7 days. You must contact your local representative to receive a new license key before the period expires, otherwise the InfoPrint Manager software will stop running on this system when the grace period ends.
- License key
- Click Browse to select the folder where the license key was saved after you received it by e-mail or downloaded from the self-service web site.
- If you chose to register automatically, the Automatic registration screen displays. Complete the required information and then click Next:
- The Choose Install Type screen is displayed. Select
- InfoPrint Manager: Selecting InfoPrint Manager installs or updates the base InfoPrint Manager software and allows Feature installation.
- Add a Feature: Selecting
Add a Featureallows you to add one or more Features to the InfoPrint Manager system. Requires separate Feature DVD-ROMs.
- Apply Service: Selecting
Apply Serviceallows you to install the most recent Service Updates, or PTFs. See Applying service for more information.
If you reinstall InfoPrint Manager, you are notified in the Reinstall screen that the InfoPrint Manager base server is already installed. You are required to install again all of the previously installed features. Click Next to reinstall InfoPrint Manager.
- The Installer displays the Feature Dialog screen. Features add additional functions to InfoPrint Manager. Separate Feature DVD-ROMs might be required.
These features are available on the base DVD-ROM and can be installed with the trial license or with the product license:
- InfoPrint Manager AFP2PDF Feature
- InfoPrint Manager SAP Print Feature
- InfoPrint Manager Pull Print Feature
- Linux Mobile Secure Print
These features are available on separate DVD-ROMs and can be installed only with the product license:
- InfoPrint Manager Japanese PostScript Font Feature
Make your selections and click
- In the Language Selection screen, select the language for the InfoPrint Manager Server and Features and click
- The Installer displays the Server Type screen. To create an InfoPrint Manager Primary Server, click
Yes. To create an InfoPrint Manager Secondary Server, select
No. You must first have a Primary Server before a Secondary Server can be created. A Secondary Server is an additional InfoPrint Manager server that interoperates with a Primary server. The hostname or IP address of the Primary Server is necessary for the servers to work together. There are also additional configuration tasks that you must perform when using secondary servers, see Installing secondary InfoPrint servers. For more information about interoperability, see the InfoPrint Manager for Linux: Procedures guide.
Nextto proceed. If you have selected
No, you are asked for the hostname or the IP address of the Primary Server.
Important: You cannot create an InfoPrint Manager for Linux secondary server for an older version of the InfoPrint Manager system. All systems must be at the level to be compatible.
- If you are reinstalling or upgrading InfoPrint Manager, the previous installation of InfoPrint Manager is detected. A screen asking
Do you want to keep the objects currently defined in your InfoPrint Manager Sever?appears. There are preexisting objects (printers for example) that are configured for use with InfoPrint Manager. Click
Yesto retain these objects and the configuration associated with them.
- The installer displays a panel enabling the selection of the user running the InfoPrint
Manager. The default user is
ipm1, which is automatically created by the installer. You can change the user to a non-root authorized user, which needs to have the primary group
sys, or you can use root as well.
- A message displays indicating that you can manually control the location and size
of the InfoPrint Manager directory structure. See the
allocatefsutility that is documented in the InfoPrint Manager: Reference for more information. Click
- The File Systems Allocation screen is displayed. Select a volume group and allocate the size of the file systems.
Note: To create InfoPrint directories in a volume group other than the default
vg_<hostname>, you must first select the volume group. You can then specify a size in the
Spacefield. If you do not understand what a volume group is, see The Linux Logical Volume Manager for more information.
Once you have made your volume group selections, click
- You are presented with a summary of your installation selections. If any of this information
is incorrect, you can click the
Previousbutton to return to the appropriate screen and correct the problem. When you click the
Installbutton the Installer displays the message
Installing InfoPrint Manager. Please wait...and the progress bar is displayed.
- The system must be restarted before the installation is complete. If you click
Yes, restart my computer, the Linux system shuts down immediately without any message to other users that a shutdown will occur. If you click
No, I will restart my computer later, you can advance to the next screen by clickingNext. In the
Install Completescreen, click Done.
Regardless of your selection, the InfoPrint Installer unmounts the DVD-ROM, which you can then remove from the DVD-ROM drive.