5.2 Installing the Kanaka Engine

IMPORTANT:These procedures do not work unless you have first generated a certificate and created a PEM file. If you have not done so already, do so now by following the procedures in Section 3.5, Generating Certificates.

  1. From the ISO image, copy the RPM file that is applicable to the operating system and architecture of the server that will host the Kanaka Engine.

  2. From the server that will host the Kanaka Engine, open a terminal session.

  3. Navigate to the RPM file you copied in Step 1.

  4. At the terminal console, run the following command:

    rpm –i microfocus-kanaka-engine-3.0.x-x.x~.rpm

  5. At the terminal console, run the following command:

    microfocus-kanakaengine-config

    This launches the Micro Focus Kanaka for Mac Engine Configuration utility.

  6. Press Enter to select the default data path.

    or

    Specify a new data path.

  7. Press 0 to select the displayed IP address.

    or

    Specify a new IP address.

  8. When the HTTP Port [0] option appears, type 0.

  9. Unless there is a conflict, accept the default HTTP port number of 3089.

    If you need to use another port number, provide the new port number.

  10. Press Enter to continue.

  11. Select Q to quit and save the configuration.

  12. When are asked if you want to restart the service, do not do so until completing Step 13.

  13. Copy the PEM file that you created in Step 9 to the following location:

    /etc/opt/microfocus/kanaka/engine/config

  14. Restart the service by selecting Y.