Installation Manual - the Caldera Web Server

Installation Manual - the Caldera Web Server
CALDERA GRAPHICS
Installation Manual
 Caldera Graphics 2010
Caldera Graphics® and all Caldera Graphics products mentioned in this publication are trademarks of Caldera Graphics
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Table of contents
Introduction ................................................................................................................................................4
Organization and content of this manual ........................................................................................................... 4
Conventions used in this manual ....................................................................................................................... 4
Minimum hardware requirements...................................................................................................................... 5
For a Mac OS X v 10.4/10.5/10.6 installation ....................................................................................... 5
For a Linux installation ......................................................................................................................... 5
Software requirements ....................................................................................................................................... 5
Installing Caldera Debian..........................................................................................................................7
Overview ........................................................................................................................................................... 7
Pre-installation requirements ............................................................................................................................. 7
Installation procedures....................................................................................................................................... 7
Boot the system ..................................................................................................................................... 8
System language selection..................................................................................................................... 8
Location and time zone selection .......................................................................................................... 8
Keyboard selection ................................................................................................................................ 9
Computer name selection ...................................................................................................................... 9
Domain name selection ....................................................................................................................... 10
Hard disk partitionning........................................................................................................................ 11
Finalizing the installation .................................................................................................................... 11
Installing Linux Kubuntu 8.04 ................................................................................................................13
Overview ......................................................................................................................................................... 13
Pre-installation requirements ........................................................................................................................... 13
Installation procedures..................................................................................................................................... 13
Boot the system ................................................................................................................................... 13
System language selection................................................................................................................... 14
Time zone selection............................................................................................................................. 15
Keyboard selection .............................................................................................................................. 15
Partitioning the hard disk..................................................................................................................... 16
Creating the first user .......................................................................................................................... 17
Finalizing the installation .................................................................................................................... 18
Installing X11 without reinstalling Mac OS X .......................................................................................19
Installing X11 .................................................................................................................................................. 19
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Installing the Caldera Graphics software...............................................................................................23
Starting the installation .................................................................................................................................... 23
Language selection .......................................................................................................................................... 24
Starting window............................................................................................................................................... 24
Installation mode ............................................................................................................................................. 25
System services selection................................................................................................................................. 26
Product selection.............................................................................................................................................. 28
Advanced configuration................................................................................................................................... 28
Printers selection.............................................................................................................................................. 32
Cutters selection .............................................................................................................................................. 32
Summary screen .............................................................................................................................................. 33
Finishing the installation.................................................................................................................................. 35
Appendix - Registration & Licensing .....................................................................................................37
Registration...................................................................................................................................................... 37
Installing the license key.................................................................................................................................. 37
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Introduction
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ongratulations on acquiring your new Caldera Graphics Raster Image Processing (RIP),
imaging and scan-to-print solution. This manual is designed to take you through the
installation process, whether it is for an initial installation or simply for an update.
NOTE: THE PROCEDURES DESCRIBED IN THIS MANUAL ARE EITHER FOR A
DEDICATED DEBIAN (OR KUBUNTU 8.04) SYSTEM INSTALLATION OR FOR A
MAC OS X v 10.4/10.5/10.6 ONE. IF ANOTHER OPERATING SYSTEM IS
INSTALLED, IT WILL BE PERMANENTLY DELETED!
Organization and content of this manual
Specifically, this manual contains the following chapters:
Chapter 1 – Installing Caldera Debian
This chapter provides procedures to install Caldera Debian.
Chapter 2 – Installing Kubuntu 8.04
This chapter provides procedures to install Kubuntu 8.04.
Chapter 3 – Installing X11 without having to reinstall Mac OS X
This chapter provides procedures to install X11 without having to completely reinstall your
existing OS.
Chapter 4 – Installing the Caldera Graphics software
This chapter provides instructions to successfully install your Caldera Graphics software.
Appendix – Caldera Graphics registration and licensing
This appendix provides procedures to register your Caldera software and to activate your
licensing key.
Conventions used in this manual
The present manual uses the following conventions:
Bold
Bold characters in the middle of a text string refer to keys or to the
graphic interface. For instance:
“Press the Return key”.
“Click the OK button”.
Italic
Italicized characters in the middle of a text string refer to screen
labels. For example:
“From the Package Group Selection window...”
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Bold-Italic
Bold and Italicized characters in the middle of a text string refer to
unique text entries. For example:
“Type the <machine name> in...”
NOTE
A NOTE provides information for the preceding procedure.
In cases where a procedure is different depending on the systems, a background color will be
used:
Linux
Mac OS X v 10.4, v 10.5 and v 10.6
Procedures on a Debian / Kubuntu system.
Procedures on a Mac OS X system.
Minimum hardware requirements
For a Mac OS X v 10.4/10.5/10.6 installation
The use of the Caldera software is only supported on systems that are dedicated to that use. A
complete system matching the following hardware requirements must be dedicated to the Mac OS
X v 10.4/10.5/10.6 operating system and the Caldera Software.
The minimum recommended hardware requirements are:
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Single or Dual Core 2 Ghz
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At least 1 Gb RAM, 2 or 4 GB recommended
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250 Gb hard disc
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Monitor resolution 1280*1024
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3 buttons USB mouse
For a Linux installation
A complete system matching the following hardware requirements must be dedicated to the
Linux operating system and the Caldera software:
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Single or Dual Core 2 Ghz
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At least 1 Gb RAM, 2 or 4 GB recommended
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250 Gb hard disc
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Monitor resolution 1280*1024
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3 buttons USB mouse
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Software requirements
The Caldera installation requires the system installation CDs of the operating system to use
(Mac OS X v 10.4, Mac OS X v 10.5, Mac OS v 10.6, Caldera Debian, or Kubuntu 8.04)
and the Caldera Graphics installation DVD.
Starting with Caldera V8.01, the caldera package includes a new Linux distribution, which
we refer by "Caldera Debian" in the rest of this document. This distribution is based on
Debian "Squeeze" and is customized by Caldera. Kubuntu 8.04 is still supported, and still
has a dedicated chapter in this manual, but the rest of the manual focuses on the Debian
system, which we strongly recommand for any new installation.
Mac OS X v 10.4 Tiger
Mac OS X v 10.5 Leopard
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Mac OS X v 10.4 Install DVD.
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Mac OS X v 10.4 Install DVD.
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Caldera Graphics Software DVD.
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Caldera Graphics Software DVD.
Mac OS X v 10.6 SnowLeopard
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Mac OS X v 10.6 Install DVD.
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Caldera Graphics Software DVD.
Caldera Debian (delivered with the Caldera Graphics package)

Caldera Debian Installation DVD
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Caldera Graphics Software DVD
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Installing Caldera Debian
T
his chapter describes the procedures to follow in order to install the Caldera Debian
special edition for Caldera Graphics.
Overview
This version of Linux is specially designed for a new Caldera Software installation on a 64bit system.
To ensure that your Caldera Graphics software works properly, please only install the
version of Debian Linux that comes with your package: indeed, it contains many presets and
customized disk partitioning, and is easier to install than the original version.
IMPORTANT: Caldera Graphics doesn’t provide any guarantee about installing Caldera
Software on any other version of Debian than the Special Edition built for Caldera, since
they have not been tested. It may simply not work.
Pre-installation requirements
Please ensure that your CPU is 64-bit compliant ( AMD Athlon 64, Phenom, Intel Core 2 )
Before you perform the actual installation, ensure that your BIOS is set with the CD/DVDRom drive as the first item to be launched in the boot sequence.
Known hardware problems

With certain architectures, the embedded network card of the motherboard causes the
Debian installation program to freeze while trying to detect the hardware. In that
case, the solution is to disable the network card in the BIOS just before installing,
and re-enable it just after.

With certain architectures, the embedded USB3 controller of the motherboard causes
the dongle key of Caldera (which is USB2) to malfunction. Disabling the USB3
controller in the BIOS (permanently) solves the problem.
Installation procedures
Here are the steps you have to follow to perform the Caldera Debian installation:
1. Use the Caldera Debian Installation DVD to boot your system.
2. System language selection
3. Location and Time zone selection
4. Keyboard selection
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5. Computer name selection
6. Domain name selection
7. Hard disk partitionning
8. Finalizing the installation
Boot the system
To boot the system :
1. Insert the Caldera Debian Installation DVD into the DVD-Rom drive.
2. Turn on the system. The system will automatically boot from the CD. After booting, the
software will display the main installation menu.
3. When the Caldera Debian installation menu shows up, you can select the graphical install
option and press Enter.
System language selection
This step provides the selection of the language in which the system will be installed.
1. In the first window of the installation wizard, select the system language by highlighting
the desired language. The system will automatically determine the appropriate language
parameters.
2. Click Continue
Location and time zone selection
1. Select your location. The time zone will be configured accordingly.
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2. Click Continue
Keyboard selection
1. Select your keyboard layout in the list.
2. When this is done, click Continue
Computer name selection
Before this step, network configuration is automatically detected. If you have two Ethernet
boards on your computer, automatic detection may fail. Don’t worry if it fails, there will be a
more advanced detection at the first boot after installation. You can also continue without
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configuring your network and set these parameters later or switch to a manual network
configuration.
1. If you configure the network, please provide a name for your computer here.
2. Click Continue
Domain name selection
1. The domain name is the right part of your internet address ( e.g. : caldera.com ). If
network configuration was successful, it will be detected automatically. Otherwise you
should ask to you administrator.
2. Click Continue
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Hard disk partitionning
1. For a fully automated partitioning process, you have to select “Yes” to erase completely
the disk. If you want to adjust your parameters, for instance if you have a Windows
installation on the same computer, you can select “No” and configure your partitions
manually.
If you want to configure your partitions manually, you must at least have :
A root partition of at least 15 GB ( mounting point is / ).
A swap partition with 100 % to 200 % of the machine’s RAM.
A data partition, which will also hosts the home directory for the standard
user ( mounting point is /home ).
2. Click Continue
Finalizing the installation
After this step the system will automatically install all the needed packages. When it’s done,
the DVD tray will open, allowing to remove the DVD and the computer will reboot.
Once the computer has rebooted, you can now log in the Caldera User account ( default
password is “caldera” ) to continue with the RIP installation.
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Installing Linux Kubuntu 8.04
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his chapter describes the procedures to follow in order to install the Linux Kubuntu
8.04 “Hardy Heron” operating system.
Overview
If you do not have a Kubuntu operating system already installed, you will need to perform a
new installation.
To ensure that your Caldera Graphics software works properly, please only install the
version of Kubuntu that comes with your package: indeed, it contains many presets and
customized disk partitioning, and is easier to install than the original version.
IMPORTANT: Any other distribution is not guaranteed to work. If you still wish to use the
original Kubuntu 8.04 distribution, please download the Kubuntu-8.04-desktop-i386.iso file
from
the
Kubuntu
website
at
the
following
URL:
http://www.kubuntu.com/download.php#latest. Do not download the AMD64 or DVD
versions, which have not been tested and therefore may not work. Please also note that the
Caldera software will NOT work on a standard Ubuntu system, since it requires the KDE
window manager.
Pre-installation requirements
Before you perform the actual installation, ensure that your BIOS is set with the CD/DVDRom drive as the first item to be launched in the boot sequence.
Installation procedures
Here are the steps you have to follow to perform the Kubuntu 8.04 installation:
1. Use the Kubuntu 8.04 Installation DVD to boot your system.
2. System language selection
3. Time zone selection
4. Keyboard selection
5. Partitioning the hard disk
6. Creating the first user
7. Finalizing the installation.
Boot the system
To boot the system:
1. Insert the Kubuntu 8.04 Installation DVD into the DVD-Rom drive.
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2. Turn on the system. The system will automatically boot from the CD. After booting, the
software will display the main installation window.
3. When the Kubuntu boot menu shows up, you can press F2 to change the language of the
installation interface, and F3 to change the keyboard layout. This will not affect the system
language and keyboard that will be installed later on.
NOTE: For a Kubuntu 8.04 installation, this step is different. First you have to choose the
language of the installation interface and press Enter. Then choose Install Kubuntu, and press
Enter again.
4. Select Start or install Kubuntu and press Enter to begin the installation.
NOTE: If you do not touch the keyboard, this step will be performed automatically after 30
seconds.
5. Wait for the Live System desktop to appear, then do a single-click on the
Install icon in the top left corner.
This will execute the installation process.
NOTE: There are six steps to perform here. The current step is indicated in the bottom left
corner of the installation window.
System language selection
1. In the first window of the installation wizard, select the system language by highlighting
the desired language. The system will automatically determine the appropriate language
parameters.
2. Click Next.
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Time zone selection
1. Select the time zone by clicking on the map, or by directly selecting a city in the Selected
city options list.
2. Click Next.
Keyboard selection
Select your keyboard layout. If you wish, you can even test special characters specific to
your language to make sure that the new layout is working as intended.
When this is done, click Next.
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Partitioning the hard disk
This is where the partitioning of the hard disk will be set up.
The Caldera Kubuntu 8.04 CD features a fully automated partitioning process. You simply
have to select the Guided – Use entire disk item in the list of available choices. This will
create a 15 GB root partition and a swap partition, the size of which depends on the amount
of RAM in your machine; as for the remaining disk space, it will be used for data storage.
Warning: Using the automated partitioning process will erase all data previously stored on
the disk. If you want to preserve one or more partitions and/or if you need to dual-boot your
computer with another operating system, please use the Manual partitioning method instead.
The same thing applies if you have more than one hard disk, since the guided partitioning
will only use one of them.
If you wish to use the Manual partitioning mode, make sure to follow these instructions:
1. Create a root partition with the following specificities:
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Size: 15 GB
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Filesystem: Ext3
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Mount point: /
2. Create a swap partition with the following specificities:
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Size: 100% to 200% of the RAM of the machine
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3. Create a data partition with the following specificities:
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Size: As large as you can
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Filesystem: Ext3
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Mount point: /home
Click the Next button.
Creating the first user
1. It is now time to enter some basic personal information and create a user who will have
administration rights on your system.
When using the Caldera Kubuntu CD, all the fields here are already filled. The user account
that is created this way is caldera, and its password is caldera as well. You can modify them
if you wish, but be aware that this could cause problems later on in case you would need the
Caldera support team to help you with troubleshooting tasks. However, you can safely
change the name of the computer itself, which will be necessary if you are installing more
than one Caldera machine on your network.
NOTE: The account created here will be considered a system administrator. In Kubuntu, the root
account cannot be accessed directly, and only administrators can use its specific features.
2. Click the Next button.
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Finalizing the installation
1. Click the Install button. The installation process will then begin; it may take a little while,
so do not be surprised.
2. When the installation is complete, restart your computer.
3. The CD tray will open. Remove the CD, and press the Enter key to reboot the computer,
as indicated on the screen.
4. After the computer has rebooted, log in with the account created at the Creating the first
user step. The username and password are normally caldera.
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Installing X11 without reinstalling Mac OS X
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he Caldera Graphics software requires having X11 installed on your computer. If it
is not the case, you will not be able to use our product. However, if you already have
a Macintosh with OS X installed, it is very likely that you do not want to perform a
reinstallation of your machine. Therefore, this chapter will explain how to install
X11 without having to completely reinstall your operating system.
Installing X11
To install X11 on your existing Mac OS X system, you must have the OS X DVD that was
delivered with your computer.
1. Insert the DVD in the drive.
2. A window displaying the contents of the DVD will immediately open.
Click in this window to make it active.
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3. While this window is selected, go in the Finder menu, and select Go, then Go to
folder.
4. In the Go to the folder dialog box, type System/.
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5. A hidden folder will then appear.
6. Browse to Installation…
7. …then to /packages.
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8. Double-click the X11User.pkg icon to start installing X11.
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his chapter provides procedures to successfully install Caldera Graphics software on
Linux and Mac OS X systems.
The installation program can be run either in Simple or in Advanced mode. The
Simple mode uses predefined default values for most configuration options. Nevertheless, it
lets you choose products, printers, cutters and scanners to install.
The Advanced mode allows you to configure more options, such as the installation directory
and the license server.
NOTE: When a procedure is part of the Advanced installation only, you will be warned
about it, and invited to jump to the next step directly.
Starting the installation
To open the Installation program:
On a Debian workstation
On a Macintosh workstation
1. First, log in as the “caldera” user that was created 1. If you are not already logged in, log in
during the installation. Normally, username and with any account.
password should both be caldera.
2. Double-click the CD-ROM icon, then the
2. Insert the Caldera Installation DVD. Caldera.Install icon.
A window will open, displaying the contents
of the disk.
3. Double-Click on the Install icon (not the one
named CalderaInstall.app). The installation
program should start.
NOTE: if a window with label "Granted
3. When asked for authentification, enter an
permissions without asking for password"
administrator name and password. You need
pops up, click "Do not display this message
to enter this password, as the following
again" and then "Close".
procedures will require the installation of
some system files.
NOTE: Admin appears by default in the
Name field, since it is the first account that
has been created after the installation.
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If you do not have an X11 server, it will be
installed now. This procedure may last a few
seconds. The installation wizard will then
open.
NOTE: Whether you are running a Mac OS X v 10.4/10.5/10.6 or a Linux operating system,
this installation will follow almost the same procedure. You will however be warned each
time a difference is encountered.
Language selection
In the Language Selection window, choose the language in which you want your Caldera
Graphics solution to be installed. Then click Select.
Starting window
The next window is only the presentation screen. Here, click the right arrow (which stands
for “Next”, the same way the left arrow stands for “Previous”) at the bottom of the window.
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Installation mode
You can choose whether you want to perform a Simple or an Advanced Installation. Press
the Next arrow button to continue.
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NOTE: We recommend that you use the Simple Installation. The Advanced Installation will
allow you to install the Caldera Graphics software packages when the key server is located
on a separate workstation, and to customize some system services.
System services selection
1. You will then be asked if you want to install some system services or not. These services
are used by the Caldera Graphics software in order to be well integrated to a network
environment. However, be aware that this may break your previous configuration in case
you are installing on an already existing system and you were using these services.
The concerned services are mainly the disk and printer shares, and web and FTP servers.
On a newly installed system, you can press Yes without problems.
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2. This step is part of the Advanced installation. If you're performing a Simple installation,
jump directly to the next step.
In Advanced mode, you can choose the system enhancements you wish to install: Public
Folders (anonymous FTP), CUPS printing, Telnet server...
NOTE: Depending on your operating system, the services shown in the following screenshot
may differ from those you will actually see on your screen when performing your
installation.
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Product selection
Highlight the product(s) that you want to install, and press the Next arrow button.
Advanced configuration
The following steps are part of the Advanced installation only. If you're performing a Simple
installation, please go directly to the next step (Printers selection).
1. On a Mac OS X system: in case your system has multiple partitions or disks, you can put
all data on a volume separated from the system. This is highly recommended. Choose the
volume that you wish to use for your Caldera Graphics data, and click Next.
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By default, the appropriate directory is already selected.
2. On a Linux system, set up the installation directory (the place where all Caldera
executables and data will be written) and the temporary directory (the place where all
temporary data will be written when the software is running).
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3. In the Key Server Host field, set up the name or the IP adress of the machine that will act
as your key server. Type localhost for a local keyserver.
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Printers selection
Here, you can choose the printers you want to install. Add as many printers as you need by
using the Add button. The example given here is for an HP Designjet 5000:
Cutters selection
In the Cutters window, you can select which cutters to install. The process is basically the
same as for the printers.
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Summary screen
This window shows a summary of the different products and options you have selected. If
you agree with these choices, click the thumb icon to install.
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At the message: Are you ready to proceed?, click Yes.
The installation program will then copy the required files to the disk. Please wait until it is
finished.
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Finishing the installation
When the installation is complete, click OK.
Finally, log out and reboot your system.
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Appendix - Registration & Licensing
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his appendix provides procedures to register your Caldera Graphics software and to
activate your license keys.
Registration
Registration occurs after the Caldera Graphics software is installed. After installation, the
installer must perform the following tasks:
1. Complete the registration form located on the Caldera website (http://www.caldera.com),
in the Support > Product Registration part.
To register, you will need the following information:

The product access number that was provided with the software

The serial number of the dongle, or the ID number of the computer

Necessary end user information (name, address...)

A valid e-mail address. This address will be used to send you keys, software updates,
and so on. Please fill in the mandatory fields accordingly.
NOTE: Be aware that the information you provide will be used to send you keys, software
updates, etc. Therefore, please try to fill in all the information fields.
After you register, you will receive confirmation via e-mail summarizing the information
you have provided.
2. Caldera Graphics will check and process your request. You will then be able to download
your key from our website (Support section), by inputting the access codes you are given in
an e-mail.
This key is a file that you must insert into your system. Your key remains valid for 60 days.
This 60-day time period is your warranty period. During this time you can access Caldera
Graphics' hotline by telephone, fax, or e-mail. When you contact the Caldera Graphics
support, remember to always give your product access number.
Installing the license key
1. To install your licence key, you must first retrieve the key file that has been provided to
you.
Warning: It is important to leave this file compressed, i.e. with its [.txt.gz] format!
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On Linux
On Mac OS v 10.4 Tiger, v 10.5 Leopard &
v 10.6 Snow Leopard
a. If you downloaded your key, copy it in the If you have downloaded your key, drag and
public directory on your hard drive (this drop it onto your Desktop area.
directory is located in file:/home/public). This
This key is a txt.gz file.
key is a txt.gz file.
b. If you received your key on a floppy disk,
and not by e-mail, just insert the disk in your
computer. The key file is located in the file:
/mnt/floppy directory.
2. Open the Caldera Graphics software (Reproshop, VisualRIP, Copyshop, etc...) by doubleclicking its icon on the Desktop.
3. Open the Key Manager module.
a. From a Visual product (Reproshop, VisualRip+...):
Right-click the Application bar to display the Application menu
and select the Key Manager entry (or alternatively, double-click
the Key Manager icon in the Settings Tab).
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Click the Settings button, then the Advanced Settings button, and finally the Key Manager
button.
4. In the window that appears, you must now import the key file:
On Linux
On Mac OS 10.3 Panther, v 10.4 Tiger & v
10.5 Leopard
Click the PUBLIC button if you have Click the DESKTOP button if you saved the
downloaded the keys (and if you saved the file key file on your desktop.
in /home/public), or the FLOPPY button if you
received a floppy.
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NOTE: In case the key file is in another directory, click the OTHER button, select the file in
the browser, then click Load:
5. Once you have processed and loaded the keys, the All Keys Are OK window will appear.
Click OK.
6. In the Key Settings window, click Close.
7. Another window will then appear, with the following text: Save Licences before quitting?
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To save the license, click Yes.
8. In the next window, type the Caldera Graphics administration password, which should
normally be caldera.
9. Click Yes, then OK to restart the key server.
Within 10 to 12 days before the end of your warranty period, you will receive a final key,
that you will also have to download. When you receive this final key, use the same
procedure as previously described to import it into your system.
NOTE: If you want to be able to access the Caldera Graphics hotline support beyond the
initial 60-days warranty, you must subscribe to a maintenance service pack for your Caldera
Graphics software package. This will also give you access to minor as well as to major
releases.
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