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HP-UX Internet Express Version A.17.00
Read Before Installing or Updating
HP-UX 11i Version 2
HP Part Number:5900-1842
Published:August 2011
Edition:4
© Copyright 2010,2011 Hewlett-Packard Development Company,L.P.
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Contents
Overview of HP-UX Internet Express..................................................................4
HP-UX Internet Express Open Source Components.........................................................................4
Installing HP-UX Internet Express.................................................................................................6
License agreement....................................................................................................................8
Requesting support...................................................................................................................9
Contents 3
Overview of HP-UX Internet Express
This booklet provides an overview of HP-UX Internet Express,installation steps,and a complete
component list.
HP-UX Internet Express for HP-UX 11i version 2 contains a collection of HP-UX Internet Express
Open Source Web,Internet,and security components that have been tested and are qualified on
HP-UX.For more information on the HP-UX Internet Express open source components,see “HP-UX
Internet Express Open Source Components” (page 4).
HP-UX Internet Express enables low-cost software ownership and application deployment.HP-UX
Internet Express is easy to install,configure,and administer.
Many of the open source graphical components can be configured with the Web-based Webmin
administration utility.Webmin is a standard tool provided as a part of the HP-UX Apache offering.
For more information on the Webmin administration utility,see the HP-UX Internet Express A.17.00
Product Overview Guide at HP
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HP-UX Internet Express Open Source Components
This section provides a complete list of all HP-UX Internet Express components.
For an overview and links to documentation resources for each component,see the HP-UX Internet
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NOTE:Starting with HP-UX Internet Express Version A.09.00,the TCOpenSource components
are not delivered in the HP-UX Internet Express product suite.The TCOpenSource components are
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The HP-UX Porting Centre contains Open Source packages that are configured and ported on the
HP-UX 11i operating systems.
Table 1 lists all the Internet Express components available on HP-UX Internet Express.You can find
the updated versions of the components on the Software Depot at h
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Table 1 HP-UX Internet Express components
Superbundles of HP-UX Internet Express components
internet
security
web1
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ProcMail*Curl
ProFTPD*Cyrus-IMAP*
Qpopper*Fetchmail*
RsyncHypermail
TcpdumpLibpcap
UW-IMAPlsof
WgetMajordomo*
WiresharkNet-SNMP
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Table 1 HP-UX Internet Express components (continued)
Superbundles of HP-UX Internet Express components
WputPine
Postfix
security
SpamAssassinChkrootkit
PAM_mkhomedirClamAV
PAM_passwdqcCyrus SASL
SSLDUMPDanteSOCKS*
Snort*FSH
Stunnel*GnuPG
SudoModSecurity
TripwireNagios
WipeNikto
Xinetd*OpenSAML
OpenSC
Perl-LDAP
web1
RubyGemsAxis
RubyOnRailsCalamaris
SOAPHsqldb
Squid*Horde
UDDI4JIMP
Xalan-CLibxml2
ZlibOpenJMS
Xerces-C
PostgreSQL*
Ruby
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PythonAnt
SourceIDSAMLJEclipse
StrutsJabber*
SugarCRMJython
TwikiMySQL*
XDocletOFBiz
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Table 1 HP-UX Internet Express components (continued)
Superbundles of HP-UX Internet Express components
OpenLDAP*
* Use the Webmin administration utility to configure these components.
Installing HP-UX Internet Express
This section describes the installation process for HP-UX Internet Express.
NOTE:If you are installing an HP-UX Internet Express component for the first time,HP recommends
uninstalling any previously loaded versions of the open source products.
To install HP-UX Internet Express,follow these steps:
1.To install HP-UX Internet Express components fromInternet Express CD/DVD on systems currently
running HP-UX 11i v2,follow these steps:
a.Install the PHKL_26269,PHKL_28025,and PHCO_25841 patches to enable long filename
support.You can download these patches from any of the following locations:
• The GOLDBase11i bundle on the Support Plus CD (June 2003 or later) for HP-UX
11i v1
• The IT Resource Center Web site at h
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b.Insert the CD into the drive.
NOTE:While mounting the HP-UX Internet Express CD/DVD,you must invoke the mount
command using the -orr option to recognize and read long filenames.
c.Mount the CD on your system.The parameters for mounting your CD-ROM may vary.An
example command for mounting the HP-UX Internet Express CD/DVD is as follows:
mount -orr /dev/dsk/c1t1d1 <depot-path>
The <depot-path> entry must be an empty directory.If you are installing HP-UX Internet
Express components from HP Software Depot,go to h
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the <component-name>.depot files.
2.To view the list of bundles on the CD or in the download directory,enter the following
command:
$ swlist -l bundle -s <depot-path>
Bundle tag,version numbers,and brief descriptions of the components contained in the bundles
are displayed.
HP-UX Internet Express version A.17.00 contains all the components in four bundles.Table 2
lists the bundle names and the minimum disk space required for installing each bundle.
Table 2 HP-UX Internet Express A.17.00 bundle names
Required disk spaceBundle name
589 MBinternet
477 MBsecurity
329 MBweb1
1.3 GBweb2
3.To install HP-UX Internet Express components,follow these steps:
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a.Enter the following swinstall command:
$ swinstall -s <depot-path>
The swinstall GUI displays.
b.On the swinstall GUI,select the component or components you want to install from
the list.
c.On the Actions menu,select Install.The swinstall program checks your system to be
sure the products will install successfully.
d.Click OK after the check is complete.
e.Click Done when the Status field reads Complete.
f.On the File menu,select Exit to exit the swinstall GUI.
NOTE:Xalan-C has a dependency on Xerces-C.Before you install Xalan-C,you must install
Xerces-C otherwise the Xalan-C install will terminate.When you install from a CD or a
superbundle,this dependency is automatically resolved.When you are installing individual
bundles,you must install Xerces-C before Xalan-C.
The FSH component has a dependency on Python.Before you install FSH,you must install
Python or the FSH installation terminates.If installing from a CD or a superbundle,the
dependency is automatically resolved.If installing individual bundles,you must install Python
before FSH.
If you have a previous version of the Internet Express OpenLDAP product installed,you must
manually uninstall it prior to installing the latest version.If you do not have a previous version
of Internet Express OpenLDAP installed,continue to Step 5.
The data storage for the most current version of OpenLDAP is incompatible with previous
OpenLDAP versions.You cannot upgrade froman existing version of Internet Express OpenLDAP
to this new version.
To upgrade to the latest version of Internet Express OpenLDAP from a previous version,follow
these steps:
a.Unload the data from your current OpenLDAP environment using the slapcat utility.
This creates a set of.ldif files containing the unloaded data.
b.Back up your current OpenLDAP environment,including the.ldif files.
c.Remove OpenLDAP using swremove.
d.Install the latest version of Internet Express OpenLDAP.
e.Load data into the new OpenLDAP directory from the.ldif files,using the slapadd
utility.
For more information on slapcat and slapadd,see the OpenLDAP manpages.
4.If you have previous version of the Internet Express MySQL product installed,you must manually
uninstall it before installing the latest version.If you do not have a previous version of Internet
Express MySQL,continue to Step 6.
To upgrade to the latest version of Internet Express MySQL from a previous version,follow
these steps:
a.Back up the MySQL database.
b.Follow these steps for each database directory to be migrated:
1) Use the mysqldump utility for the current version of MySQL on your system to create
a dump of all the databases in that database directory.For more information on the
mysqldump utility,see the mysqldump manpage.
2) Remove or relocate this database directory.If your previous database directory was
created using an HP-UX Internet Express MySQL version and you only worked with
the default database,the database directory is/var/opt/iexpress/mysql.The
default directory must be removed even if it was not used.
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c.Use swremove to remove HP-UX Internet Express MySQL.
d.Install the new HP-UX Internet Express MySQL depot.
e.Initialize all individual database directories using the mysql_install_db script.The
depot installation automatically creates a default database directory under/var/opt/
iexpress/mysql.
f.Restore each individual database directory using the mysql command.For more
information on the mysql command,see the mysql manpages.
For more information on migrating to MySQL 5.0.67 or later,see h
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5.If you have a previous version of the Internet Express PostgreSQL product installed,you must
first manually uninstall it before installing the latest version.If you do not have a previous
version of Internet Express PostgreSQL,continue to Step 7.
To upgrade to the latest version of Internet Express PostgreSQL from a previous version,follow
these steps:
a.Back up the PostgreSQL databases.
b.Follow these steps for each database cluster to be migrated:
1) Use the pg_dumpall utility of the current version of PostgreSQL on your system to
create a dump of all the databases in the database cluster.For more information on
the pg_dumpall utility,see the pg_dumpall manpage.
2) Remove or relocate the database directory.If your previous database directory was
created using an HP-UX Internet Express PostgreSQL,and you only worked with the
default database,then your database directory will be/var/opt/iexpress/
postsql.The default directory must be removed even if it was not used.
c.Use swremove to remove the current HP-UX Internet Express PostgreSQL installation.
d.Install the new HP-UX Internet Express PostgreSQL software.
e.Initialize all the individual database clusters using the initdb script.The depot installation
automatically creates a default database directory,/var/opt/iexpress/postgresql.
f.Restore each individual database directory using the psql command.For more information
on the psql command,see the psql manpages.
g.For more information on migrating to PostgreSQL 8.2.11,see h
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6.To validate the installation of the HP-UX Internet Express components,enter the following
command:
$ swverify <component-name>
The <component-name> is the name of the component displayed on the swinstall GUI,
for example,ixMySQL.If the installation is successful,the output of swverify includes
"Verification Succeeded."If this message does not appear,remove the component
and reinstall it as described in Step 3.
7.To complete the installation,log out of your system,then log back in.After logging back in,
you can read the HP-UX Internet Express component manpages as needed.
License agreement
The full text of the HP-UX Internet Express License Agreement is available as the licenses.txt
file located in/opt/iexpress/<product-name>,where <product-name> is the name of
the component in all lower case letters.
You must read and agree with the full text of the HP-UX Internet Express License Agreement before
installing HP-UX Internet Express.The support provision for HP-UX Internet Express is contained
within the license agreement.
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Use of the HP software including,without limitation,any documentation and any third-party products
bundled with,or embedded in,the software is subject to the license terms set forth and the
applicable “as-is warranty statement” provided as a separate document.Read all the terms of the
agreement carefully.Use of the software shall be considered assent to the terms.
Requesting support
HP does not provide support for components listed in Table 1 that are delivered through HP-UX
Internet Express either through Web download or through the HP-UX 11i media kits.However,
you can notify the HP Internet Express team if you find defects.HP will report defects to the related
open source communities and incorporate the appropriate fixes in each new release.To provide
feedback or report a defect,see the HP-UX Internet Express webpage at h
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