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Install Digital Safe Connector on Linux

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Digital Safe Connector should be installed by the system administrator.
To install the standalone version of Digital Safe Connector on Linux
1.
ConnectorName_VersionNumber_Platform_.bin [-f InstallPropsFile | -options]
where,
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InstallPropsFile (optional) is the absolute or relative path to a properties file that specifies the parameter values that must be set during installation.
If an installer properties file is specified and exists, all other command-line options are ignored. If a properties file named either installer.properties or NameOfInstaller.properties resides in the same directory as the installer, it is automatically used.
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options is one of the following:
-i [swing | console | silent]. Specify the user interface mode for the installer.
-D<name>=<value>. Specify a list of installer properties.
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Enter the absolute path to the directory in which you want to install Digital Safe Connector, or accept the default. By default, Digital Safe Connector is installed in /opt/Autonomy/ConnectorName.
 
 
 
The License Server Configuration dialog box opens.
4.
The Enter Installation Name dialog box opens.
5.
Enter a unique name for the Digital Safe Connector installation. This name is used for the Digital Safe Connector executable and various files. The name you choose must not contain any spaces. After you select a name, click Next.
The Service Settings dialog box opens.
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The port number that Digital Safe Connector service uses to communicate with the license server. This port must not be used by any other service.
The IP addresses of computers that are permitted to access the Digital Safe Connector service status, but are not permitted to control the status.
If you want to permit a number of machines to access the Digital Safe Connector service status, use a wildcard. For example, enter 187.*.*.* to permit any machine with an IP address that begins with 187 to access the Digital Safe Connector service status.
If you want to permit a number of machines to control the Digital Safe Connector service, use a wildcard. For example, enter 187.*.*.* to permit any machine with an IP address that begins with 187 to control the Digital Safe Connector service.
The DRE Settings dialog box opens.
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IDOL Server Hostname
The port number the Digital Safe Connector uses to index documents.
The port number the Digital Safe Connector uses to query IDOL Server.
The name of the IDOL Server database into which you want the Digital Safe Connector to index the information.
The Pre-Installation Summary dialog box opens.
8.
Review the installation settings, and click Previous to reverse through the installation configuration dialog boxes to change any settings if necessary. If you are satisfied with the settings, press Enter.
The Installing Digital Safe Connector dialog box opens. The progress of the installation process is indicated.
If you want to abort the installation process, click Cancel.
9.
You can now edit the Digital Safe Connector configuration files located in the main installation directory.