Follow the steps below to install SynaMan on a Microsoft Windows machine.
Log in as Administrator
Download the installer using the link you see above.
Extract the zipped file and run setup.exe
Towards the end of installation, the installer will install a new service for SynaMan and will start it in the back-ground. In future, use Windows services applet in the Control Panel to start and stop the service
Using your browser connect to http://localhost:6060
Follow the steps below to install SynaMan on a Linux machine.
Log in as root
Download the installer
Extract the tar file using the following command tar -xf SynaManLinux.tar
Ensure the permissions for Install.sh is set as an executable. If not,
use the chmode +x Install.sh command to change its permission
Execute Install.sh script
By default, the installation script will install the server in /opt folder.
You can change this location to any other value if desired. Additionally, it will create necessary scripts in /etc/init.d/ folder so that the server comes up when you restart the machine.
Using your browser connect to http://localhost:6060. If you do not have GUI available on your Linux box, try connecting from a Windows machine by using the appropriate IP address in the URL. For example: http://192.168.1.40:6060
Follow the steps below to install SynaMan on any other platform including
UNIX (Solaris, HP-UX, AIX), MacOSx and BSD.
IMPORTANT: Installation file for these platforms does not come with a JRE (Java Runtime Environment). Therefore, you will need to install a JRE before installing SynaMan. Additionally, java must be in your machine path.
If you are installing the server on Solaris or MacOSx, it is very likely that the JRE is already installed on the machine.