Chapter 1.1 - Getting and Installing Net Line Dancer
Modified on: Wed, Feb 7, 2018 at 3:00 PM
Net Line Dancer Chapter 1
This chapter serves as a tutorial to assist you with the download and installation of netLD.
1.1 Getting NetLD
If you are reading this manual before getting the software, we’ve included a brief introduction to our website. Please understand that the website appearance is subject to change. If you already have the software, you can ignore this section.
After you read the tutorial, you can obtain a free trial version of NetLD. The free version can later be upgraded to the full version by adding a new license file. Navigate on your Web browser (e.g. Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer) to http://www.logicvein.com shown in the following pages.
Follow the instructions in each figure and get the installer binaries, which are usually named netld-Enterprise-<release-date>-<architecture>.
netLD is not available for 32bit Operating Systems.
Figure 1.1.1: The LogicVein support page can be found here: http://www.logicvein.com Navigate to the Product highlighted in red.
Figure 1.1.2: You can find the 2 Download buttons on the right side of the page.
Please choose Windows (64bit) or Linux (64bit).
1.2 Installing netLD
After downloading, the next step is to install netLD.
1.Installation should be done by a user with Administrator privilege (on Microsoft Windows). On Unix-like machines, you have to be able to log in as root user (or sudoers if sudo is set up in the system). Login again as the appropriate user.
2. Check the minimum requirements for the installation.
3. Check the install dependency and the programs that are simultaneously installed into the system and so on.
Minimum Requirements for 3,000 devices:
Windows(64bit only) Windows Server 2008 SP2
Windows Server 2008 R2
Windows Server 2012
Linux(64bit only) Cent OS 5/6
RedHat 5/6 or later
CPU Core Minimum 4
Memory Minimum 2GB
HDD 120GB 10K RPM RAID1
On the Client side, you can browse Net LineDancer Server with:
Internet Explorer 7 or later
other conforming browser implementations.
Platform-specific installation notes follow this section. Windows and Linux instruction is available. Instructions for Windows platform starts immediately after this section. Linux instructions start in Sec. 1.2.2.
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