The downloaded online installation package contains the compressed installation files. On the CD-ROM, the installation packages for Solaris are located in directory
Two packages are required: one for common components of SSH Tectia ConnectSecure and SSH Tectia Server, and one for specific components of SSH Tectia ConnectSecure.
With SSH Tectia ConnectSecure you may choose to install:
clientpackage or the
client-ft-onlypackage without the
capturepackage for FTP-SFTP conversion and transparent tunneling
sdkpackage containing the file transfer APIs in C and Java.
SSH Tectia ConnectSecure includes support for Entrust certificates on Solaris 8. The necessary libraries are automatically included in the installation.
SSH Tectia ConnectSecure includes support for Zones on Solaris 10. The SSH Tectia software can be installed into the global and local zones. When the SSH Tectia software is installed into the global zone, it becomes automatically installed also into the existing local zones. However, if the local zones are added into the system later, the SSH Tectia ConnectSecure needs to be separately installed on them.
In case you are installing SSH Tectia ConnectSecure into a sparse zone, note that the installation process will report a failure in creating symlinks. The actual installation is finished successfully, but you need to manually add the
/opt/tectia/bin to the path settings.
For instructions on zones, see the Sun Microsystem documentation: System Administration Guide: Solaris Containers-Resource Management and Solaris Zones.
To install SSH Tectia ConnectSecure on Solaris, follow the instructions below:
Select the installation package according to your Sun Solaris version.
When installing on Solaris version 8, 9 or 10 running on the SPARC architecture, use the packages named:
When installing on Solaris version 10 running on the x86-64 architecture, use the packages named:
In the commands,
<component>refers to the software component, and
<version>indicates the product release version and the current build number (for example,
Unpack the installation packages to a suitable place. The standard place is
/var/spool/pkgin Solaris environment. In the examples we use Solaris 10 x86-64. Run the following commands:
$ uncompress ssh-tectia-common-<version>-solaris10-x86_64.pkg.Z $ uncompress ssh-tectia-client-<version>-solaris10-x86_64.pkg.Z $ uncompress ssh-tectia-capture-<version>-solaris10-x86_64.pkg.Z
Install the packages with the
pkgaddtool with root privileges:
# pkgadd -d ssh-tectia-common-<version>-solaris10-x86_64.pkg all # pkgadd -d ssh-tectia-client-<version>-solaris10-x86_64.pkg all # pkgadd -d ssh-tectia-capture-<version>-solaris10-x86_64.pkg all
(Optional) If you do not want to install the
sshg3command, unpack and install the
client-ft-onlypackage instead of the
clientpackage with root privileges:
$ uncompress ssh-tectia-client-ft-only-<version>-solaris10-x86_64.pkg.Z # pkgadd -d ssh-tectia-client-ft-only-<version>-solaris10-x86_64.pkg all
If you later need to start using the
sshg3, you must first uninstall the
client-ft-onlypackage before you can install the
(Optional) With Solaris on the SPARC architecture, you have also the file transfer APIs in C and Java available. Install the SDK package with root privileges:
$ uncompress ssh-tectia-sdk-<version>-solaris-8-10-sparc.pkg.Z # pkgadd -d ssh-tectia-sdk-<version>-solaris-8-10-sparc.pkg all
Copy the license file to directory:
/etc/ssh2/licenses. (This is not necessary in "third-digit" maintenance updates.) For information on licensing, see Licensing.