Installation Guide

Installation Guide
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Installation Guide
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Other company names, logos, and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. In
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Chapter 1 Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
1-1 System requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
1-2 RAID-1 (Disk mirroring). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
1-3 Operation configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Chapter 2 Installation of Turbolinux Appliance Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
2-1
2-2
2-3
2-4
2-5
2-6
Install CD-ROM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Selecting a kickstart file. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Starting the installer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Specifying a kickstart file. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Completing installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Starting Turbolinux Appliance Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Chapter 3 Initial Setup of Turbolinux Appliance Server . . . . . . . . . . . 13
3-1 Preparations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
3-2 Setup wizard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
3-3 Changing an IP address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Chapter 4 TLAS Server Desktop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
4-1 Logging in . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
4-2 Obtaining a license . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
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Chapter 1
ᲨIntroduction
Chapter 1
ᲨIntroduction
The "Turbolinux Appliance Server 3.0 Installation Guide" describes preparing for installing and actually installing Turbolinux Appliance Server 3.0 and accessing "TLAS Server Desktop," a Web management interface of Turbolinux Appliance
Server.
Generally, Turbolinux Appliance Server can be installed using Kickstart Install. Kickstart Install is provided as a feature of
the installer to completely automate the installation of Turbolinux Appliance Server. You can complete the installation of Turbolinux Appliance Server simply by starting the system from "Install CD" and selecting one of the kickstart files provided in
advance.
1-1 System requirements
The following table lists the requirements for a server to run Turbolinux Appliance Server.
System requirements
Remarks
Intel x86 compatible processor, Pentium II or
better (i686 only)
Hyper-threading supported
Intel EM64T / AMD64 processor
Multi-core supported
RAM
Min. 256 MB
512 MB recommended
Hard disk
IDE/SCSI HD Min. 4 GB
CD-ROM
Bootable CD-ROM drive
Ethernet card
Two
CPU
One is sufficient for installation
We recommend that, before starting to install Turbolinux Appliance Server, you visit the Turbolinux Web site to check the
latest information. On the site, you may find information on installing Turbolinux on hardware not supported at the time of
product release or information on bugs found after the release.
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1-2 RAID-1 (Disk mirroring)
1-2 RAID-1 (Disk mirroring)
Turbolinux Appliance Server supports software RAID-1. RAID is a technology of managing an array of more than one hard
disk in order to improve the safety of data and accelerate processing. RAID comes in RAID-0 to RAID-5, depending on the
level of safety and speed. RAID is realized either through the use of software like Turbolinux Appliance Server or through
the use of special hardware. The procedure for setting up hardware RAID varies depending on the hardware. For more information, see the manual provided with your RAID card, etc.
Turbolinux Appliance Server supports software RAID-1, also called disk mirroring, which achieves data redundancy by writing the same data to two physical hard disks. These two hard disks are recognized by the operating system as one logical hard
disk. This duplication of data ensures continuation of normal operation at the time of a failure of one of the hard disks because
then data on the other disk can be used. After the faulty hard disk is replaced, starting up the system will automatically reconstruct the RAID-1 array.
Be sure to use two hard disks of the same model to set up a software RAID-1 array. Otherwise, the RAID-1 array
may not be normally reconstructed upon recovery from a failure.
If you set up a RAID-1 array and install Turbolinux Appliance Server, synchronization processing of hard disks is
performed upon the first-time startup, which may deteriorate the performance until the synchronization is completed.
If one of the hard disk fails, the administrator of Turbolinux Appliance Server can immediately detect the failure
using "Active Monitor," a system monitoring function. For more information on "Active Monitor," see "Turbolinux
Appliance Server 3.0 Operation Guide."
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1-3 Operation configuration
Turbolinux Appliance Server is basically designed to support installation on a server equipped with two network cards. These
are called the primary interface (eth0) and the secondary interface (eth1), the usage purposes of which are determined, respectively, as shown in the following figure.
The primary interface (eth0) is used to connect to the Internet. A global IP address is assigned to this interface.
The secondary interface (eth1) is used to connect to a LAN for administration of Turbolinux Appliance Server. If you conduct
kickstart install of Turbolinux Appliance Server, an IP address of 192.168.0.1/255.255.255.0 is automatically set for the secondary interface (eth1). This IP address is used to access the setup wizard of Turbolinux Appliance Server after it has been
installed. For more information, see "3-2 Setup wizard".
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1-3 Operation configuration
Normally, Turbolinux Appliance Server is thus installed on a server equipped with two network interfaces but it is possible
to run Turbolinux Appliance Server on a server with only one network interface as shown in the following figure:
In this case, however, the kickstart installation of Turbolinux Appliance Server will set IP addresses of 192.168.0.1/
255.255.255.0 to the primary interface (eth0) because there is not a secondary interface (eth1). To connect to the Internet,
therefore, you need to change the IP address of the primary interface after completing the setup wizard of Turbolinux Appliance Server.
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Chapter 2
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Chapter 2
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This chapter describes the procedure of kickstart install, the most common installation method for Turbolinux Appliance
Server.
2-1 Install CD-ROM
The following CD-ROMs are included in Turbolinux Appliance Server . Please use an appropriate installation CD to the
architecture of your computer.Both CD-ROMs are written as "InstallCD" in this guide.
CD-ROM
Description
Turbolinux Appliance Server Install CD (32bit)
X86 32bit Installation CD-ROM
Turbolinux Appliance Server Install CD (64bit)
X86 64bit Installation CD-ROM
2-2 Selecting a kickstart file
Kickstart install is provided as a feature of the installer that completely automates the installation of Turbolinux Appliance
Server. Specify a kickstart file provided in the ks directory of "Install CD" and start installation. The installer will automatically install Turbolinux Appliance Server while referring to the kickstart file.
The ks directory of "Install CD" provides kickstart files for approximately all the expected environments. Before starting installation, select one of the kickstart files that you want to use to install Turbolinux Appliance Server. The kickstart files are
broadly classified according to the following elements:
• Number of network interfaces
• Whether a software RAID-1 array is set up
• Whether a serial console is used
• Standard language (English or Japanese)
The use of a serial console enables the output of Turbolinux Appliance Server messages via COM1 port (/dev/
ttyS0). Connect a cross serial cable between Turbolinux Appliance Server and a PC and launch a software terminal
emulator such as TeraTerm if the PC runs Windows or minicom if the PC runs Linux and stand by for further operation. Start up Turbolinux Appliance Server and the serial console will display messages.
A kickstart file entitled, for example, ks-en-1nic.cfg or any name including en allows you to install Turbolinux Appliance Server using English as the standard language. Other kickstart files allow you to conduct installation using Japanese.
Multiple hard disks set up as a hardware RAID-1 array are recognized by Turbolinux Appliance Server as a single
hard disk. Select a kickstart file appropriate for your system from ks-en.cfg, ks-en-sc.cfg, ks-en1nic.cfg, and ks-en-sc-1nic.cfg.
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2-2 Selecting a kickstart file
For a server with one network card
Use either of the following kickstart files to install Turbolinux Appliance Server on a server with only the primary interface
(eth0). These kickstart files have one Ethernet card configured as the network installation interface.
Kickstart file
RAID
SC
Description
Select this file to install Turbolinux Appliance Server on a server equipped
with only one hard disk.
ks-en-1nic.cfg
O
ks-en-sc-1nic.cfg
ks-en-sraid1-1nic.cfg
O
ks-en-sraid1-sc-1nic.cfg
O
Select this file to install Turbolinux Appliance Server on a server equipped
with only one hard disk. The Serial console is configured, and the machine
can be accessed via the serial console.
Select this file to set up a software RAID-1 array using two hard disks ( /
dev/sda and /dev/sdb) and install Turbolinux Appliance Server on a server
.
O
Select this file to set up a software RAID-1 array using two hard disks ( /
dev/sda and /dev/sdb) and install Turbolinux Appliance Server on a server
. Additionally, the use of a serial console will be enabled.
With Turbolinux Appliance Server 3.0, the both device name of IDE and SCSI becomes /dev/sdx. And the name is
/dev/sda, /dev/sdb ... in recognition order. Therefore, kick start files are not different by a device type and device
name.
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For a server with two network cards
Use either of the following kickstart files to install Turbolinux Appliance Server on a server with the primary interface (eth0)
and the secondary interface (eth1).
Kickstart file
RAID
SC
Description
Select this file to install Turbolinux Appliance Server on a server equipped
with only one hard disk.
ks-en.cfg
O
ks-en-sc.cfg
Select this file to install Turbolinux Appliance Server on a server equipped
with only one hard disk. Additionally, the use of a serial console will be
enabled.
ks-en-sraid1.cfg
O
Select this file to set up a software RAID-1 array using two hard disks ( /
dev/sda and /dev/sdb) and install Turbolinux Appliance Server on a server .
ks-en-sraid1-safe.cfg
O
Select this file to set up a software RAID-1 array using two hard disks ( /
dev/sda and /dev/sdb) and install Turbolinux Appliance Server on a server .
After installation it adds “/proc/sys/dev/raid/speed_limit_max 15000” to
/etc/sysconfig/kparam file.
ks-en-sraid1-sc.cfg
O
O
Select this file to set up a software RAID-1 array using two hard disks ( /
dev/sda and /dev/sdb) and install Turbolinux Appliance Server on a server
. Additionally, the use of a serial console will be enabled.
With Turbolinux Appliance Server 3.0, the both device name of IDE and SCSI becomes /dev/sdx. And the name is
/dev/sda, /dev/sdb ... in recognition order. Therefore, kick start files are not different by a device type and device
name.
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2-3 Starting the installer
2-3 Starting the installer
The kickstart install method refers to deleting the existing partitions and installing Turbolinux Appliance Server. All
the data on the hard disk will be deleted. Be sure to back up necessary data before starting installation. Do not start
kickstart install if you have any partition that you do not want to delete.
You can easily start the installation of Turbolinux Appliance Server by booting the system from "Install CD." Check whether
the server on which you want to install Turbolinux Appliance Server supports CD-ROM boot (starting up the system from the
CD-ROM drive with a CD-ROM inserted in it) by referring to an instruction manual or other data provided with the server.
Most of the systems currently available support CD-ROM boot. However, you may need to call up the BIOS configuration
screen during system startup and change the sequence of boot devices so that the system boots from the CD-ROM.
Turn on the power of the server and immediately insert "Install CD" into the CD-ROM drive. Alternatively, restart the server.
If CD-ROM boot is enabled, "Install CD" will be read and the following installer startup screen will come up.
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2-4 Specifying a kickstart file
The installer startup screen will display the following install menu.
Install menu option
Description
Manual Installation
This install menu option is initially selected. Starting up the installer with this menu option selected
will start up the Turbolinux Appliance Server graphical installer. There is no need to select this menu
option because kickstart installation is normally used to install Turbolinux Appliance Server.
Rescue System
Is useful when a system encounters a trouble after installation for unknown cause. This option allows
you to launch the shell without using a hard disk in order to recover a system that does not boot and
collect information for troubleshooting.
Kickstart
Performs the same processing as when ks.cfg is specified.
scsi-raid1
Performs the same processing as when ks-sraid1.cfg is specified.
sraid1-safe
Performs the same processing as when ks-sraid1-safe.cfg is specified.
EKickstart
Performs the same processing as when ks-en.cfg is specified.
Escsi-raid1
Performs the same processing as when ks-en-sraid1.cfg is specified.
Esraid1-safe
Performs the same processing as when ks-en-sraid1-safe.cfg is specified.
text
The text-based installer of Turbolinux Appliance Server will start up. There is no need to select this
menu option because kickstart install is normally used to install Turbolinux Appliance Server.
To install Turbolinux Appliance Server using a kickstart file that can be selected from the install menu, select an install menu
option using arrow keys and then press the [Enter] key. The installation of Turbolinux Appliance Server will be started.
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2-4 Specifying a kickstart file
However, there are some kickstart files that cannot be selected from the install menu due to the specifications of the installer.
To select such a file, add the following install option at "boot options" on the startup screen.
ks=cdrom:ks/kickstart-file-name
In "kickstart-file-name", directly specify one of the kickstart files stored in "Install CD". For example, start the kickstart install
using ks-en-1nic.cfg by specifying the "boot options" as follows:
ks=cdrom:ks/ks-en-1nic.cfg
The installer assumes that an English keyboard is used for input. On a Japanese keyboard, enter : by pressing the
[Shift]+[;] keys and enter = by pressing the [^] key.
After supplying the information, press the [Enter] key. The installation of Turbolinux Appliance Server will be started.
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2-5 Completing installation
When you complete the installation of Turbolinux Appliance Server, the following screen will come up.
Click the [OK] button and the CD-ROM drive tray will automatically open. Take out "Install CD."
The following message will be displayed.
Press the [Enter] key to restart the server. This completes the installation of Turbolinux Appliance Server.
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2-6 Starting Turbolinux Appliance Server
2-6 Starting Turbolinux Appliance Server
When you have completed the installation of Turbolinux Appliance Server, restart the server and the following startup screen
will come up.
If you have set up a software RAID-1 array, the following startup screen will come up.
Press the [Enter] key and Turbolinux Appliance Server will immediately start up. Otherwise, it will automatically start up in
15 seconds.
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Chapter 3
ᲨInitial Setup of Turbolinux Appliance Server
Chapter 3
ᲨInitial Setup of Turbolinux Appliance Server
Initial setup is required before using Turbolinux Appliance Server. To start initial setup, access the setup wizard using a Web
browser on the client.
3-1 Preparations
For a server with two network cards
If you conduct kickstart install for Turbolinux Appliance Server on a server equipped with the primary interface (eth0) and
the secondary interface (eth1), the following IP address and subnet mask will be assigned to the secondary interface (eth1).
IP address of secondary interface
192.168.0.1
Subnet mask
255.255.255.0
The primary interface will not be set up. Assign an IP address to the primary interface using the setup wizard. For
more information, see "3-2 Setup wizard".
To access the setup wizard, you must be able to access the secondary interface (eth1) using a Web browser on the client. As
shown in the above figure, either connect the secondary interface (eth1) of Turbolinux Appliance Server and the client using
a cross cable or set up a new independent LAN using a hub. Additionally, you need to assign an IP address with the same
subnet (e.g., 192.168.0.2/24) to the client.
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3-1 Preparations
For a server with one network card
If you conduct kickstart install for Turbolinux Appliance Server on a server equipped with only the primary interface (eth0),
the following IP address and subnet mask will be assigned to the primary interface (eth0).
IP address of primary interface
192.168.0.1
Subnet mask
255.255.255.0
To access the setup wizard, you must be able to access the primary interface (eth0) using a Web browser on the client. As
shown in the above figure, either connect the primary interface (eth0) of Turbolinux Appliance Server and the client using a
cross cable or set up a new independent LAN using a hub. Additionally, you need to assign an IP address with the same subnet
(e.g., 192.168.0.2/24) to the client.
Change the IP address that has been assigned to the primary interface (eth0), 192.168.0.1/255.255.255.0 after completing the setup wizard. For more information, see "3-3 Changing an IP address".
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3-2 Setup wizard
After preparing a network environment required to access the setup wizard, conduct initial setup of Turbolinux Appliance
Server as follows:
1. Start up the server on which Turbolinux Appliance Server has been installed.
2. After the startup of Turbolinux Appliance Server is completed, use a Web browser on the client to access the following
URL:
http://192.168.0.1/
3. The Turbolinux Appliance Server setup wizard will open on the Web browser on the client.
Click the "Start" button.
The setup wizard opens only when the client connects to the server for the first time. If you access the server after
the setup is completed, the TLAS Server Desktop login screen will come up.
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3-2 Setup wizard
4. The "About Binary Code License" screen will come up.
Scroll down to check the conditions defined in this license agreement. To agree to the license agreement, click the "Accept"
button at the bottom of this screen. Proceed to the next step.
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5. The "System Settings" screen will come up.
Specify the following settings:
Host and Domain Name
Supply a host name and a domain name to be set for Turbolinux Appliance Server. By default, the "Host Name" is set to atom
and the "Domain Name" is set to mydomain.
DNS servers (optional)
Specify the IP address of a DNS server that Turbolinux Appliance Server accesses to conduct name resolution of host names
(or domain names) and IP addresses. If no data is supplied in this field, Turbolinux Appliance Server will not be able to identify other computers using host names.
If the DNS server is set to an IP address of 127.0.0.1, meaning a local host, the DNS server of Turbolinux Appliance
Server will automatically start up.
Gateway (optional)
Specify the IP address of a host that you want to serve as the default gateway of Turbolinux Appliance Server.
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3-2 Setup wizard
IP Address
Supply an IP address to be assigned to the primary interface (eth0) of Turbolinux Appliance Server. Normally, specify a global IP address for this interface.
If you have conducted kickstart install of Turbolinux Appliance Server on a server equipped with only one network
interface, do not change the IP address of the primary interface in this field. If you change the IP address, the setup
wizard cannot be completed. Change the IP address of the primary interface after completing the setup wizard. For
more information, see "3-3 Changing an IP address".
IP Network Mask
Supply the subnet mask of the primary interface (eth0).
MAC Address
This field shows the MAC address of a network card used as the primary interface (eth0). The MAC address, a unique identifier used to identify a network card, is set at the factory of a hardware vendor. This value cannot be changed.
User Name
This field shows admin, a server administrator for Turbolinux Appliance Server.
Password
Specify a password for the admin user. Be sure to change the default password, which is admin. Specify a password using 3
to 16 one-byte alphanumeric characters. The password is case-sensitive. No character with an accent mark can be used but
symbols, #*,.;:_-+!$%&\|?{[()]} can be used.
Changing the password of admin, the server administrator, will also change the password of root to the same one.
Date
Set a system date and time. Either "year," "Month," "Day," AM/PM," "Hour," and "Minute" can be selected from the pulldown menu.
Time Zone
Enter the time zone which is used with the system. Select the fields from the pull-down menus: [Continent/UTC] -> [the
country/area] -> [the time zone]. For example, when the Japan standard time is used, select [Asia] and then [Japan] and Japan
standard time is displayed automatically.
Click the
button.
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6. The Turbolinux Appliance Server Web administration interface, "TLAS Server Desktop" will open.
This completes the initial setup of Turbolinux Appliance Server. For more information on the administration of Turbolinux
Appliance Server, see the "Turbolinux Appliance Server 3.0 Operation Guide."
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3-3 Changing an IP address
3-3 Changing an IP address
The default IP address of 192.168.0.1/24 for the primary and secondary interfaces can be changed as follows:
From the TLAS Server Desktop menu, choose "System Settings" -> "TCP/IP."
Change the IP address and subnet mask of the "Primary Interface" or "Secondary Interface" and click the "Save" button.
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The following screen will come up.
The system shall attempt to connect to the new IP address in a few seconds. If the automatic connection fails, either manually
click the "Connect To New Address" button or directly specify an IP address on the Web browser to access it.
Changing the IP address will disconnect the communication with Turbolinux Appliance Server. To log in to TLAS
Server Desktop again, you need to to access the new IP address again on a Web browser of a client that can connect
to it.
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4-1 Logging in
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4-1 Logging in
To access the login screen of TLAS Server Desktop, use a Web browser on the client to access the URL shown below. If you
want to access the login screen with a host name specified, the host name. domain name specified for Turbolinux Appliance
Server must be an environment whose name can be resolved by the DNS server.
http://IP-address or host-name/login/
The following login screen will come up.
àto admin and "Password" to the one specified using the setup wizard and click the"Login" button.
Set "User Name
TLAS Server Desktop supports encrypted communications using SSL (Secure Sockets Layer). Check "Secure Connect" to encrypt communications between the Web browser and Turbolinux Appliance Server.
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The administration site of TLAS Server Desktop will open.
For information on the procedure hereafter, see "Turbolinux Appliance Server 3.0 Operation Guide."
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4-2 Obtaining a license
4-2 Obtaining a license
Turbolinux Appliance Server provides Turboplus, a package management tool, for which you need to obtain a license before
using it.
You can obtain a license for it on TLAS Server Desktop. Select the "Turboplus" tab to access the "License" menu.
Supply a serial number assigned to the product and your valid e-mail address and click the "Get License" button. A license
file will be automatically obtained from the license server of Turbolinux and registered to the system. A license file will be
sent to the e-mail address that you have supplied. For more information on Turboplus, see "Turbolinux Appliance Server 3.0
Operation Guide."
Copy the license file to a floppy disk or other media and keep it carefully. When you reinstall Turbolinux Appliance
Server, you can manually register the license file that has been obtained, using the "License File Upload" menu of
Turboplus.
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Thanks
The authors appreciate and wish to thank from the heart everyone who has contributed to the Linux community and
especially Linus Torvalds.
The authors also appreciate and wish to thank the creators of the Cobalt and Sun Micro Systems for their efforts.
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