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ADS running on RHEL 6

Hi,

If you are installing Adobe Document Services (ADS) on Red Hat operation system versions 6.X (RHEL 6), some extra packages should be installed.

It’s described on SAP note 1633459 .

For helping on the task o identify if you already have needed packages, you can run this command on your shell:

[root@~]# for i in ‘autoconf automake cyrus-sasl-lib expat fontconfig freetype glibc keyutils-libs krb5-libs

libcom_err libgcc libidn libidn-devel libselinux libssh2 libX11 libXau libxcb nspr nss nss-softokn nss-softokn-freebl

nss-util openldap openssl transfig zlib’; do rpm -q $i –qf ‘%{NAME}-%{ARCH}\n’ ;done

Expected result is something like that (package versions can change depending of operation system version):

autoconf-noarch

automake-noarch

cyrus-sasl-lib-x86_64

cyrus-sasl-lib-i686

expat-x86_64

expat-i686

fontconfig-x86_64

fontconfig-i686

freetype-x86_64

freetype-i686

glibc-x86_64

glibc-i686

keyutils-libs-x86_64

keyutils-libs-i686

krb5-libs-x86_64

krb5-libs-i686

libcom_err-x86_64

libcom_err-i686

libgcc-x86_64

libgcc-i686

libidn-x86_64

libidn-i686

libidn-devel-x86_64

libidn-devel-i686

libselinux-x86_64

libselinux-i686

libssh2-x86_64

libssh2-i686

libX11-x86_64

libX11-i686

libXau-x86_64

libXau-i686

libxcb-x86_64

libxcb-i686

nspr-x86_64

nspr-i686

nss-x86_64

nss-i686

nss-softokn-x86_64

nss-softokn-i686

nss-softokn-freebl-x86_64

nss-softokn-freebl-i686

nss-util-x86_64

nss-util-i686

openldap-x86_64

openldap-i686

openssl-x86_64

openssl-i686

transfig-x86_64

zlib-x86_64

zlib-i686

At this time, you can only run ADS 73X on RHEL 6.

Please check PAM.

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  • Hi Former Member,
    for i in ‘autoconf automake cyrus-sasl-lib expat fontconfig freetype glibc keyutils-libs krb5-libs

    libcom_err libgcc libidn libidn-devel libselinux libssh2 libX11 libXau libxcb nspr nss nss-softokn nss-softokn-freebl

    nss-util openldap openssl transfig zlib’; do rpm -q $i –qf ‘%{NAME}-%{ARCH}\n’ ;done

    is this one command or three commands to run ?

    Thanks in advance,

    Regards,

    Suneel.