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Installing Maximo 7.6 on Redhat Linux 6.6 (Part two of three)

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Installing Maximo 7.6 on Redhat Linux 6.6 (Part two of three)

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Continuing from here...

Let's go through a few screens here. The interface doesn't look very different than running the Installer in Windows.

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License terms... Next >
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Install Locations... Next >

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More Install Locations... Next >

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Installation features... Next >

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More on Install features... Next >

 

Now, watch out on this next screen. I am not using a complex password for DB2. This means that later I cannot use a restrictive policy when configuring application security. I'll show it again there. (Thanks to Don Woodward for that tip).

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Duly noted... Next >

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HTTP port looks good... for those installing this to the same server as Microsoft IIS, it cannot be port 80. Next >

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and all looks good. Click Install. Eighteen minutes later...

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The packages are installed!

Once WebSphere, DB2 and Maximo were installed, I launched the Configuration Tool, clicked on Prepare WebSphere Application Server for configuration.

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After a couple of seconds, you get a Java error message:

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We have a technote for this error. I. modified the /opt/IBM/SMP/ConfigTool/ConfigUI.ini file:

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Now, let's complete WebSphere configuration.

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Installation locations... Next >

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Port, application server profile and administrative user information... Next >

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Configure Administrative Security... Next >

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Apply deployment operations... Finish.

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and wait...

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and complete! Click OK.

 

I'm breaking today's post into two parts. Next part starts here.

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