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    CentOS/Red Hat 6 Installation Notes for ReliaTel

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    This document provides step-by-step instructions for installing CentOS or Red Hat Linux for a ReliaTel remote DAP or a ReliaTel application server, including the required packages/rpms. CentOS will be used in the steps below; however, the process is very similar for Red Hat.

    1. Choose CentOS/Red Hat 6.3 64-bit (x86_64) OS for the Installation.

    2. Boot from the CentOS/ Red Hat 6.3 DVD/ISO image.

    1. Select the Install option “Install or upgrade an existing system”.

    2. Skip media test (or select media test if you want to test installation

    media before installation.

    1. Choose a language (US English)

    2. Choose a keyboard type

    3. Choose storage devices – select Basic Storage Devices.

    1. Choose fresh installation

    1. Enter the hostname and press the “Configure Network” button at the bottom left.

    1. Edit the interface “System eth0”.

    1. Enter the network information (IP address, Subnet Mask, Gateway etc..) in the IPv4 Settings tab. Also check the box “Connect Automatically”. Below is an example.

    1. Select time zone

    2. Enter a password for root user

    3. Select type of installation “Use All Space”

    1. Review and modify partitioning layout. You will need to create 3 partitions: / , swap, and /export/home. Select Standard Partition for each partition.

    Configurations will vary depending on the size and amount of hard drives available in the system. Initially, you should have a blank hard drive.

    To create a new partition, click “create”, select the mount point, specify the size and choose whether it should be forced to be a primary partition or not. Following is an example for the / (root) partition:

    Use the following settings to create the three partitions:

          1. /

            1. File system type: EXT3

            2. Set the size to 30000 MB

            3. Force to be a primary partition

          2. swap

            1. File system type: swap

            2. Generally, set the swap size to be twice the amount of RAM.

            3. Force to be a primary partition

          3. /export/home

            1. File system type: EXT3

            2. Use whatever space is left in the hard drive

    Don’t force to be a primary partition

    Make sure you have at least the 3 partitions above. Click “Next” to continue once you are satisfied with your partition configuration

    1. Accept write changes to disc

    1. Writing changes (creating partitions) to disc

    1. Select “Minimal” in the default installation selection. Click on “Next” to continue.

    1. The installation should now begin. At the end of the installation, you should receive a screen similar to the following:

    1. Press the “Reboot” button.

    1. Install the required RPMs for ReliaTel. To do so:

      1. Upload the rpm-list.txt file below to the server.

      1. From the server’s command line, as the ‘root’ user, run the following command from the same directory where the text file above was uploaded:

    yum -y install $(cat rpm-list.txt)

    This will install all RPMs in the attached document. This installation may take a few minutes to complete. Verify that there are no errors at the end of the installation.

    1. Stop and disable firewall from automatically starting after reboot. Run the following commands:

    /etc/init.d/iptables stop

    chkconfig iptables off

    1. Disable SELinux. Edit the file “/etc/sysconfig/selinux”. Change the value of the parameter “SELINUX” to “disabled”:

    # This file controls the state of SELinux on the system.
    # SELINUX= can take one of these three values:
    # enforcing - SELinux security policy is enforced.
    # permissive - SELinux prints warnings instead of enforcing.
    # disabled - No SELinux policy is loaded.
    # SELINUXTYPE= can take one of these two values:
    # targeted - Targeted processes are protected,
    # mls - Multi Level Security protection.

    1. Edit the file “/etc/hosts”. Enter the server’s IP address and hostname. For example: dap-test.tonesoft.com

    1. Reboot the server for the changes to take effect.

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