To copy InfoExplorer to a hard disk, follow the steps below.
mount -r -v cdrfs /dev/cd0 /cdrom
mkdir cd mount -rv cdrfs /dev/cd0/cd
cd /cd cp -r * /export
mkdir /export mount systemA:/export /export
If a document and its index were automatically registered when an application was installed on the server, you must use the uninstall process to remove the document. If you simply delete a registered document or its index, it will remain registered with the search service. This will generate error messages during searches because the search service will still try to search the missing index.
If you intend to delete a document that a system administrator manually registered, you must first "unregister" it with the search service. To unregister the indices, use the following procedure:
NOTE: This procedure uses the cmds01en index as an example.
/usr/IMNSearch/cli/imndomap /var/docsearch/indexes -d cmds01en
cp /var/docsearch/indexes/imnmap.dat /usr/docsearch/indexes
After completion of the preceding steps, you can safely delete the document and its index.
To view what indices are correctly registered with the search program, enter:
You can now use the Installation Assistant to install Documentation Search Service 4.3.2 and above.
If you select the button Configure Online Documentation and Search, the Installation Assistant will guide you through installing a Web server, Base Documentation, and other necessary filesets. To invoke the Installation Assistant, enter:
To view a man page that is not in your manpath or that is not in regular man1 or man2 format, you can use the nroff command.
This will be helpful because the mage pages for the X22 sample clients need to be viewed by entering the following:
cd /usr/lpp/X11/Xamples/man nroff -man <filename> | more
You can find the xlC Library Files on the Software Development Solutions CD.
First, mount the CD over /usr/cdrom/sws. You may need to create the /usr/lpp/xlC/info directory. Also enure that the /usr/lpp/xlC/info/cset directory exists.
Enter the following to install the xlc libraries.
cp /usr/cdrom/sws/cset/info/* /usr/lpp/xlC/info/cset mkdir /usr/lpp/info/data/cset cp /usr/lpp/xlC/info/cset/ispaths /usr/lpp/info/data/cset cp /usr/lpp/xlC/info/cset/isprime /usr/lpp/info/data/cset
Also edit the /usr/lpp/info/data/cse/ispaths for rom and key paths by entering the following.
Entering info -l cset will bring up the C Set++ InfoExplorer. To
access the C Set++ information, type info,
copy the C Set stanza from /usr/lpp/info/data/cset/ispaths, and add it to
the bottom of /usr/lpp/info/data/ispaths.
[ Doc Ref: 97371149023918 Publish Date: Nov. 09, 2000 4FAX Ref: none ]