Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of Software/Install/Normal


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    99== 1.1 Installing the Server Components ==  
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    11 The first step is to install both the MUA and Web packages. Instructions are available for doing this [Software/Install/MuaAndWebLinux on Linux] or [Software/Install/MuaAndWebWindows on Windows]. Follow these instructions then come back here and continue to 1.2... 
     11The first step is to install both the MUA and Web packages. Instructions are available for doing this [Software/Install/MuaAndWebLinux on Linux] or [Software/Install/MuaAndWebWindows on Windows]. Follow these instructions then come back here and continue to the next section. 
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    1313== 1.2 Installing the ICA == 
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    15 The next step is to install the ICA package on each service you wish to monitor. Instructions are also available for doing this [Software/Install/IcaLinux on Linux] or [Software/Install/IcaWindows on Windows]. Follow these instructions then come back here and continue to 2... 
     15The next step is to install the ICA package on each service you wish to monitor. Instructions are also available for doing this [Software/Install/IcaLinux on Linux] or [Software/Install/IcaWindows on Windows]. Follow these instructions then come back here and continue to the next section. 
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    1919= 2. Configuring = 
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     21== 2.1 Configuring the ICA and MUA to communicate == 
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    2123Now that you have the server components (MUA/Web) installed on one server, and the ICA on another, they must be configured to communicate with each other. To do this, follow these instructions - [Software/Configuration/IcaToMua Configure the ICA and MUA to communicate]. 
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     25== 2.2 Configuring the ICA == 
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     27The ICA is now installed and configured to talk to an MUA, so the final step is to configure the ICA itself. To do this, follow these instructions - [Software/Configure/Ica Configure the ICA]. 
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    25 = 3. Enjoy! = 
     31= 3. Start the ICA daemon/service = 
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    27 That should be all you need to do. If you encounter any problems, check out the [https://iam.cf.ac.uk/trac/RAPTOR/wiki/Support Raptor Support pages]. 
     33Now that the ICA is installed and configured, it is ready to start. This will usually involve the following: 
     34* On Linux (as root): 
     35{{{ 
     36service raptor-ica start 
     37}}} 
     38* On Windows 
     39 * Open the Services window and start the Raptor-ICA service. 
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     43= 4. Enjoy! = 
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     45If you encounter any problems, check out the [https://iam.cf.ac.uk/trac/RAPTOR/wiki/Support Raptor Support pages].