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Once you have downloaded the binary file to your PC, you need to upload it to the your Linux server. Using your favorite FTP utility, connect as root, and use a binary transfer to PUT the file to the HP-UX server.
Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600] (C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp. C:\Download>ftp dev.robelle.com Connected to dev.robelle.com. 220 HP ARPA FTP Server User (dev.robelle.com:(none)): root 31 Password required for root. Password: 230 User root logged on ftp> binary 200 Type set to I. ftp> cd /tmp ftp> put lintarpre.gz ftp> quit 221 Server is closing command connection
You can save your current files in the /opt/robelle account using the following steps.
Logon as root. su - tar cvf robbackup /opt/robelle/*
Once you have the file on your Linux Box, you need to install it:
Logon as root and cd to /tmp.
su - cd /tmp
Gunzip the download:
Please note that some versions of Chrome gunzip the file while you are downloading the file. A guide may be that if the file is less than 3Mb it has NOT be gunzipped, but over 7Mb then the file has been gunzipped and the gunzip step does not need to be done.
Create the directory where the Suprtool files will reside. Obviously if the directory already exists then there is no need to make the directory.
Unpack the Getid Utility:In order to send you proper codes we need two pieces of information, the output from the getid utility and output from ifconfig:
Unpack and run the GetId utility:
cd /opt/robelle tar xvf /tmp/lintarpre bin/getid ifconfig bin/getidSend the output from ifconfig and bin/getid to email@example.com. Once Robelle gets this information we can generate codes for you. We will send you codes as soon as they are generated, once you receive the codes you can continue on with the rest of the install:
Unpack the Robelle files and apply the license:While logged on as root:
cd /opt/robelle tar xvf /tmp/lintarpre cd bin ./extend
You can now run Suprtool and you should test that Suprtool runs by doing:
/opt/robelle/bin/suprtoolEA (Exit Abort) gets you out of Suprtool.