Follow the steps below to install and run SuperSERVER on a Linux system.
SuperSERVER requires the libexpat0.so shared library. If this is not already installed on your system, use your package manager to obtain and install it.
To install SuperSERVER:
- Obtain the installation package. SuperSERVER for Linux is supplied as a single compressed file. It will be named something like SuperSERVER_SA-Linux-x86_22.214.171.124.tar.gz.
- Copy the SuperSERVER file to the location on disk where you want to install SuperSERVER, for example /opt/
In a terminal, change to the directory where you saved the SuperSERVER file, and use the following commands to extract the contents:
The files will be extracted to an STR sub directory. For example, if you copied the file to /opt/ then the SuperSERVER files will be extracted to /opt/STR/
Start SuperADMIN Server
You can now start the SuperADMIN server by executing the server.sh script in the STR/SuperADMIN/server directory. For example:
Before starting SuperSERVER, you must source the SuperSERVER environment variables, which are defined in STR/SuperSERVER_SA/env.sh. Once you have done this you can start the server by executing STR/SuperSERVER_SA/scsa. For example:
Start SuperADMIN Console
To start the console, execute STR/SuperADMIN/console/console.sh. For example: