Commit 2622f2f2 authored by Per Cederqvist's avatar Per Cederqvist
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Updated for release 1.9.0.

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# INSTALL -- installation instructions for the LysKOM server
#
# $Id: INSTALL,v 1.22 1995/11/08 21:19:27 ceder Exp $
# $Id: INSTALL,v 1.23 1996/08/04 01:18:36 ceder Exp $
# Copyright (C) 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 Lysator Academic Computer Association.
#
# This file is part of the LysKOM server.
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This file describes how to build and install a LysKOM server.
WARNING: This release of lyskomd may be unstable. It has not been
tested as much as previous versions. You have been warned. You are
strongly encouraged to backup your database before you start lyskomd
1.8.0 for the first time.
Table of Contents:
------------------
1. Requirements
2. Building and installing (simplified version)
3. Building (details you normally don't need to know)
4. Installing (details you normally don't need to know)
3. Database versions (upgrade instructions)
4. Building (details you normally don't need to know)
5. Installing (details you normally don't need to know)
1. Requirements:
----------------
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A recent release (not necessarily the current release) of lyskomd have
been tested on all of the following environments:
PC, Linux 1.1.75, gcc 2.6.3
PC, Linux 1.3.30, gcc 2.7.0
?, Ultrix 4.0, cc
HP 9000/340, HP-UX 8.0, gcc 2.4.5
Sequent Balance 8000, Dynix 3.0.14, gcc 2.4.5
Sun 3, SunOS 4.1.1_U1, gcc 2.6.3
Sun Sparc, SunOS 4.1.3_U1, acc SC3.0.1
Sun Sparc, SunOS 4.1.3_U1, gcc 2.6.0
Sun Sparc, SunOS 5.3 (Solaris 2.3), gcc 2.6.3 (*)
Sun Sparc, SunOS 5.4 (Solaris 2.3), gcc 2.6.3 (*)
Release Compiler OS CPU Computer name
1.9.0 gcc 2.7.2 SunOS 5.4 Sparc
1.9.0 gcc 2.7.0 SunOS 4.1.1_U1 m68k (Sun-3)
1.9.0 apcc 3.0 SunOS 5.4 Sparc
1.9.0 sparcworks SunOS 5.4 Sparc
1.9.0 gcc 2.7.0 Linux 2.0.0 i486 (PC)
1.9.0 gcc 2.7.2 NetBSD 1.1 sparc (SPARCstation IPC)
1.9.0 gcc 2.4.5 NetBSD 1.1 sparc (SPARCstation IPC)
1.9.0 gcc 2.6.3 AIX 3.2 rs6000 (IBM RS/6000 320)
1.9.0 gcc 2.7.2 Ultrix 4.5 VAX
1.9.0 gcc 2.7.2 Ultrix 4.5 MIPS (DECstation 5000/20)
1.9.0 cc OSF1 V3.2 alpha
1.9.0 gcc 2.7.0 OSF1 V3.2 alpha
1.9.0 gcc Dynix 3.0.14 ns32k (Sequence Balance 8000)
1.9.0 gcc 2.6.3 IRIX 4.0.5 MIPS (SGI Personal Iris)
(*) The "komrunning" script will not work on Solaris 2.x.
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This will install the server and man pages. It will also
install an empty database, unless it finds an old database. The
empty database will contain four stanard conferences and one
privileged user, "Administrat|r (f|r) LysKOM", with password
"gazonk".
empty database will contain four standard conferences and one
privileged user, "Administratör (för) LysKOM", with password
"gazonk". See "database version" below if you have an old
database -- you may have to convert it.
6. Make sure updateLysKOM is run regularly by user lyskom. The
recommended way is to add a line such as this to the cron file
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make new releases, and warn you if we should find any serious
problems.
3. BUILDING -- the details
3. DATABASE VERSIONS -- you may have to convert the database
------------------------------------------------------------
lyskomd version 1.9.0 uses a new improved file format for the
database. If you have been running earlier versions of lyskomd you
must convert the database by issuing the following command:
dbck -o 1 -F
You must, of course, use version 1.9.0 or later of dbck to do the
conversion. You can convert back the database to the old format with
dbck -o 0 -F
4. BUILDING -- the details
--------------------------
This section describes how to build a lyskom server, after you have
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everything which is necessary to run a LysKOM server. If there
is no database, a new will be copied from dbcrypt/db.
4. INSTALLATION - the details
5. INSTALLATION - the details
-----------------------------
This chapter is not yet written. But let it be known that although
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