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Chapter 27. Advanced Server for UNIX > Installing Advanced Server/9000 on UNIX

Installing Advanced Server/9000 on UNIX

You can easily install and configure Advanced Server/9000 on your UNIX system. Advanced Server/9000 is installed using Software Distributor on your HP-UX system, just as you would load any other software. After installing Advanced Server/9000, you must run the configuration script called asu_inst. The following text shows running asu_inst to configure the UNIX system dloaner to be a Backup Domain Controller (BDC) for the Windows system hpsystem1:

# /opt/asu/lanman/bin/asu_inst 

This request script will prompt you for information which is necessary 
to install and configure your Advanced Server for UNIX Systems. 


There are two installation modes: 


Express Setup - the installation scripts use default settings so 
installation is quick and easy. You may change these settings 
after installation completes. The server is installed as a 
primary domain controller in its own domain. 

Custom Setup - this mode allows you to specify the settings at the 
beginning of installation. If you select this mode, you must 
specify the server's name, the domain it will participate in, 
and the role in that domain. 

NOTE: The installation requires a password for the administrative account. 
A default password of 'password' will be used, although you may elect to 
be prompted for a different password at the end of the installation. 

If you are installing many servers it is strongly recommended that you use 
the default password for all installations. Be sure to change these 
passwords after determining that your network is operating correctly. 

Do you want Express Setup [y/n]? y 

Advanced Server for UNIX provides a NETLOGON service which simplifies the 
administration of multiple servers. A single user accounts database can be 
shared by multiple servers grouped together into an administrative 
collection called a domain. Within a domain, each server has a designated 
role. A single server, called the primary domain controller, manages all 
changes to the user accounts database and automatically distributes those 
changes to other servers, called backup domain controllers, within the same 
domain. You may now supply a server name (the name which this server 
will be known on the network), the role that this server will perform 
in that domain (primary or backup), and a domain name. 

Enter the name of the server 
or press Enter to select 'dloaner': 

Each server must be given a role in a domain. The possible roles are: 

primary domain controller: 
   Administration server. Distributes user accounts information 
           to backup domain controllers. Validates network logon requests. 
   There can be only one primary domain controller per domain. 

backup domain controller: 
           Receives user account information from the primary domain 
           controller. Validates network logon requests and can be promoted 
   to primary if the primary domain controller is not accessible. 

Enter role (primary or backup): backup 
This installation will configure the server as a backup domain controller. 
You will be prompted to enter the name of the primary domain controller, 
and an administrative account name on the primary along with its password. 
In order for this installation to complete successfully, the primary domain 
controller must be running and connected to the network. 

Enter the name of the primary domain controller (eg, abc_asu): hpsystem1 

Confirm choices for server dloaner: 
                         role : backup 
                         primary: hpsystem1 
Is this correct [y/n]? y 
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Enter the name of an administrative account on the primary 
domain controller 'hpsystem1' or press Enter to select 'administrator': 

This procedure requires the password for the administrative account on 
'hpsystem1'. If the password is the default ('password') created 
during installation, you will not need to be prompted for a password. 
If you have changed the password, you should allow this program to prompt 
for a password after the files have been installed. 

Do you want to use the default password [y/n]? y 

Advanced Server/9000 
Copyright (c) 1988, 1991-1996 AT&T and Microsoft 
Copyright (c) 1992-1996 Hewlett-Packard 
All rights reserved 

Adding Advanced Server for UNIX Systems administrative users and groups 
Add 
Comment <Advanced Server account> 
Home Dir </opt/asu/lanman> 
UID <100> 
GID <99> 
Shell </sbin/false> 
Name <lanman> 
pw_name: lanman 
pw_passwd: * 
pw_uid: 100 
pw_gid: 99 
pw_age: ? 
pw_comment: 
pw_gecos: Advanced Server account 
pw_dir: /opt/asu/lanman 
pw_shell: /sbin/false 
enter addusr 
pw_name = lanman 
pw_passwd = * 
pw_uid = 100 
pw_gid = 99 
pw_gecos = Advanced Server account 
pw_dir = /opt/asu/lanman 
pw_shell = /sbin/false 
enter_quiet_zone() 
exit_quiet_zone() 
exiting addusr, error = 0 
Add 
Comment <Advanced Server Administrator> 
Home Dir </var/opt/asu/lanman/lmxadmin> 
GID <99> 
Name <lmxadmin> 
pw_name: lmxadmin 
pw_passwd: * 
pw_uid: 0 
pw_gid: 99 
pw_age: ? 
pw_comment: 
pw_gecos: Advanced Server Administrator 
pw_dir: /var/opt/asu/lanman/lmxadmin 
pw_shell: 
enter addusr 
pw_name = lmxadmin 
pw_passwd = * 
pw_uid = 0 
pw_gid = 99 
pw_gecos = Advanced Server Administrator 
pw_dir = /var/opt/asu/lanman/lmxadmin 
pw_shell = 
enter_quiet_zone() 
exit_quiet_zone() 
exiting addusr, error = 0 
Add 
Comment <Advanced Server GUEST Login> 
Shell </sbin/false> 
GID <99> 
Name <lmxguest> 
pw_name: lmxguest 
pw_passwd: * 
pw_uid: 0 
pw_gid: 99 
pw_age: ? 
pw_comment: 
pw_gecos: Advanced Server GUEST Login 
pw_dir: 
pw_shell: /sbin/false 
enter addusr 
pw_name = lmxguest 
pw_passwd = * 
pw_uid = 0 
pw_gid = 99 
pw_gecos = Advanced Server GUEST Login 
pw_dir = /usr/lmxguest 
pw_shell = /sbin/false 
enter_quiet_zone() 
exit_quiet_zone() 
exiting addusr, error = 0 
Add 
Comment <Advanced Server World Login> 
Shell </sbin/false> 
GID <99> 
Name <lmworld> 
pw_name: lmworld 
pw_passwd: * 
pw_uid: 0 
pw_gid: 99 
pw_age: ? 
pw_comment: 
pw_gecos: Advanced Server World Login 
pw_dir: 
pw_shell: /sbin/false 
enter addusr 
pw_name = lmworld 
pw_passwd = * 
pw_uid = 0 
pw_gid = 99 
pw_gecos = Advanced Server World Login 
pw_dir = /usr/lmworld 
pw_shell = /sbin/false 
enter_quiet_zone() 
exit_quiet_zone() 
exiting addusr, error = 0 

Creating Directory: /home/lanman 
Setting owner, group, and permissions for installed files.... 

Enter the password for administrator on hpsystem1: 
Re-enter password: 

Contacting the server 'hpsystem1' ... Success 

Creating Advanced Server for UNIX Systems accounts database. 

Starting the Advanced Server for UNIX Systems... 

The Advanced Server for UNIX Systems is now operational. 
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