Mac OS X Installation Guide
Login as an admin user. To confirm, go to 'System Preference -> Accounts -> Security'. The option 'Allow user to administer this computer' should be enabled. If the option is not enabled, please enable the option and reboot the system.
Download the build zip file and move it to the directory from where you want to run the installation.
Note: The steps given below should be done in the Finder window - Mac OSX file explorer window.
Unzip the downloaded installation zip by double clicking the zip file.
Go to the unzipped folder ('_6_0_0_SP_CO_Mac' or '_6_0_0_SP_CO_IMac').
You will find two files namely:
- Install - Installer file
- _6_0_0_SP_Mac_Client_Only.bin or _6_0_0_SP_IMac_Client_Only.bin - Installation binary file
Double click the 'Install' file in the Finder window.
Provide the login password. Enter the currently logged in user's password and proceed with installation. This should complete the installation.
Note: If you get a prompt saying the ‘entered password is incorrect or you don’t have the admin rights’, please verify whether the password you have entered is the password of the user you are currently logged in as.
has two types of installation
Typical Installation: will be installed with its default configurations except ID.
Custom Installation: User will be prompted to select with different inputs like web console username and password, web console ports, etc during the installation. If 'Run Later' option has been selected at the end of custom installation, then follow the steps give below to run :
Open the terminal console and switch to root user by executing the command 'sudo –s’. If it prompts for a password, enter the currently logged in user password [the password given at the start of installation].
Go to the '<_Installed_Dir>/' directory and execute the following command to start : - sh start.sh. The <_Installed_Dir> will be ‘/Applications’ directory by default.
This step is not required if the option 'Run now' has been selected during 'Custom' installation or if you have opted for 'Typical' installation.
Note: To access setup after installation, you should be a root user. To do this, open the terminal console and switch to root user by executing the command 'sudo –s’. If it prompts for a password, enter the currently logged in user password [the password given at the start of installation].