CHAPTER 3 INSTALLING DOMINO ON YOUR SYSTEM


How do I install the Domino software?
There are several ways you can begin the installation of the Domino software. Each way provides a slightly different experience, but all accomplish the same tasks. You can install the Domino software using any of the following methods:
Using iSeries Navigator to launch the Domino Server Installation Wizard

To install and configure a Domino server using iSeries Navigator, follow these steps:

1. Open iSeries Navigator.

2. Open the system where you will install and configure a Domino server.

3. Click Network.

4. Right-click Servers and select Install and Configure Domino.

Follow the directions on each panel of the wizard. You will be prompted to insert CD-ROM 2 during the installation. For help with a particular setting, click Help.

Once you complete the installation, you are given the option to launch the Domino Server Setup Wizard.

Using EZ Setup to launch the Domino Server Installation Wizard

The EZ Setup CD-ROM was shipped with your system. You can use EZ Setup to configure basic system values, security settings, and aspects of your network environment. During the EZ Setup process, you can indicate that Domino will be used on your system. Indicating this will launch the Domino Server Installation Wizard automatically.

Once you complete the installation, you are given the option to launch the Domino Server Setup Wizard.

Using InstallShield from the product CD-ROM

You can launch the InstallShield wizard by running the setup.exe file from the Domino product CD-ROM using a workstation with Windows installed. The setup.exe file is in the root directory of CD-ROM 1. For example, the file will be found at the following location:

d:\setup.exe

where d is the letter assigned to your CD-ROM drive. You will be prompted to insert CD-ROM 2 during the installation.

Once you complete the installation, you are given the option to launch the Domino Server Setup Wizard.

Using the LODRUN command through the command interface

To install the Domino software using the LODRUN command, follow these steps:

1. Insert CD-ROM 1 of the Domino for System i CD-ROM set into the system's optical drive.

2. On any CL command line, type the following command and press Enter:


3. Select each product option that you want to install by typing a 1 beside the product option. Selecting the option that defines the release you want to install will automatically install the *BASE option if it is not already installed. Select Option 1 if you want to take advantage of the C API functions.

4. Press Enter to install the product options that you selected.

5. When prompted, replace CD-ROM 1 with CD-ROM 2 of the Domino for System i CD-ROM set in the system's optical drive.

6. Press Enter to continue the installation.

Using the RSTLICPGM command through the command interface

The Restore Licensed Program command can be used to install the Domino software if you downloaded it as a Web electronic image, for example. To use the RSTLICPGM command, follow these steps:

1. On any CL command line, type the following command and press Enter:


2. On the Restore Licensed Program display, enter the following values into the fields provided:
FieldDescriptionValue
ProductSpecify the installed Domino licensed program number.5733LD8 for Domino 8 for System i
DeviceSpecify the device used for restoring the software.*SAVF
Optional part to be restoredSpecify the option you want to restore.

Note The RSTLICPGM command must be issued once for each option you install.

*BASE, 1, release option
Language for licensed programSpecifies the national language version to be used for restoring the licensed program.

Note If the primary language of your system is not English 2924, you should change the LNG value from the default (*PRIMARY) to 2924, or you will get an error stating that the LNG objects for the product were not found on the save file.

2924.00

3. Press Enter to run the restore command.