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There is a separate Platform Agent rpm available for 64-bit platforms. 64-bit Platform Agent installation is just a plain rpm installation. There is no installer script for it. Currently 64-bit Platform Agent is supported only on Linux (SLES and RHEL). Here's a tip from Mahantesh Hongal that explains the differences between the 64-bit Platform Agent installation and the 32-bit Platform Agent installation.
Frequent-contributor Mike Faris has rewritten one of his most popular articles, so you don't have to know about previous software packages to follow his steps. He has plans to write additional migration articles as well, which you will find here. This is what makes Cool Solutions so cool. Smart people, sharing. Thanks Mike!
Submitted by: mfaris01 on Fri. 02.20.2009
Filed Under: Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions
Topic: Collaboration, Deployment, eDirectory, IFolder, Installation, iPrint, Linux, Migration, NetWare, OES Migration, Upgrading to OES
Product: eDirectory, iFolder, iPrint, Linux, NetWare, Open Enterprise Server, SUSE Linux Enterprise 10
Quick perl script you may find useful for Database sizing a Sentinel installation. Based on Novell's docs stating 600 Bytes of space per event.
The purpose of this document is to dig deep into the SetupIP functionality, showing the reader how to use this most effectively in their environment.
TID 7000921 outlines an issue with 8.8.2 Linux install when parsing a certain interface for the eDirectory install using the '-B' switch with ndsconfig.
The current solution is to not use the -B switch and manually specify the NIC when prompted however most people using these command line options are probably looking for some form of unattended install, my suggestion allows you to continue using the -B switch for unattended eDirectory 8.8.2 installation on Linux.
There are various reasons why people don’t try out Linux. The most common reason, is that they can’t bring themselves to remove the familiar Windows system and replace it with a totally new environment. Check out this tip from Domnic Mendes on how you can install Linux on your Windows machine.