During the procedure, you will be installing packages from a CD-ROM. Before you can access the packages on the CD-ROM, you will need to enter the command:
mount -F cdfs -r /dev/cdrom/* /mntOnce you have finished loading the packages, before removing the CD-ROM from the drive, enter:
If you prefer to use the graphical administration tools provided with UnixWare, you should use the Application Installer in place of pkgadd to install the software packages. The Application Installer is able to automatically perform the mount and umount operations when accessing the CD-ROM drive. See your UnixWare documentation for details about using the Application Installer.
pkginfo netbiosIf this command reports that the netbios package was not found, you need to install the TCP/IP NetBIOS package from the UnixWare CD-ROM.
To install the netbios package, insert the CD-ROM in the drive and type the following command:
pkgadd -q -d /mnt netbios
pkgadd -q -d /mnt afpsThe afps package is a set of all of the packages that make up the Advanced Server product. By default, all of the packages, with the exception of the msclients package, will be installed.
You can modify the list of installed packages before proceeding with the installation. Use the Up or Down Arrow key to select a package and then press the Right or Left Arrow key to toggle between the choices of installing or not installing the package. Packages that you choose to exclude from the installation can be installed later using the same pkgadd command.
Once you have the desired list of packages, use the Down Arrow key to move the cursor to the Apply box and press the Enter key.
An Express Setup is recommended for a first-time Advanced Server installation. This configuration works best for a local-area network with a single-server system.
Type y (for Express) and press the Enter key.
These default values are used by Express Setup:
Once Advanced Server is installed, you can change these values. See "Reconfiguring Advanced Server" in the SCO Advanced Server Quick Start Guide for further details.
If you choose to enter your license details now, the UnixWare License Manager will be invoked. Please have your Certificate of License and Authenticity (COLA) ready as you will be prompted to enter the information provided on the card.
If you choose to defer licensing, you can enter your license details later using the UnixWare License Manager.
For further details on licensing the server, see "Licensing the server".
If you want to add any Advanced Server packages that were excluded from the initial installation, log in as root on the UNIX server and run the pkgadd -q -d /mnt afps command. You can then select the required packages using the arrow keys as described above.
If you need to completely remove Advanced Server from your system, log in as root on the UNIX server and use the pkgrm afps command.