How to download the Lotus
Foundations Trial code and
creating an image for testing
11 Feb 2008
http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/downloads/ls/lfoundation/
learn.html?S_TACT=105AGX28&S_CMP=DLMAIN
Marketing Guff
Marketing Guff
List of Packages
List of Packages
Select Core
Select Lotus Notes Add-on
Select email and Collaboration
Select Symphony
Unpack (and rename)
Install – start VMWare desktop
Vmware start view
File – New – Virtual machine
Change name to LotusFoundations
T60 (my machine) – 2 cores
Set to 2Gb (my machine has 3Gb)
Foundations will run on a LOT less
Bridged
My local test environment
Keep Default
Create New Virtual Disk
Create SCSI Disks
Set Disk size to 12GB
Split disk into 2Gb chunks
Change File (Disk) name
Success
Lotus Foundations Virtual Machine
Select “Edit virtual Machine
Settings”
Edit Virtual Machine
Click Add
Select Hard disk
Create a vitual disk
Select SCSI
Split disk into 2Gb files (easier to
manage the vm images)
Rename to disk2.vmdk
Two disks, disk1 install, disk2 =
backup
Select CD-ROM
Use ISO image you
downloaded
Navigate to Foundation ISO Image
Click on OK
Select “Start:
Vmware starts
Press 1, then enter
Lots of Screens - wait
Lots of Screens - wait
Press ENTER to begin…_
Press Enter
Console
Take Note of Details
• Servername: earthquake7.weavernet.null
• Webconfig: https://9.191.3.79:8043
• (this is for my insta...
Type in Webconfig URL and it (may) fails.
Add an exception (blue text) – Get certificate –
Confirm Security Exception
You are In!!
Accept terms
Accept more terms
Create Admin Account (trial mode = no
activation key) – save changes
Admin Account Created
Login to admin account
Look at Web Configuration
Look at Web Configuration
Configure disk#1 as standalone disk
Lotus of cautions – click update
status and wait
Cautions
Disk configuration in Progress
Wait
Disk Status….(apologies for twitter updates for this screen shot)
Watch logs
Disks are done
See all the ticks – no cautions!?
shutdown
Install Additional Packages
Navigate to My Documents
Map Drive
Map Drive
You have successfully accessed
Lotus Foundations file system
Navigate to add-on packages you
have downloaded (on your PC)
Copy into autoinstall directory in
foundations file system
When copy has finished it looks like this
You have lots of packages to install
Lotus Symphony 1.0 for Lotus
Foundations Start
Click on install
DAMO for Lotus Foundations
Start
Select install
You can see that Damo and
Symphony have been installed
Install Lotus Notes
So ends the quick guide for
installing Foundations using IBM’s
trial code.
Chris Sparshott
(Sparkbouy)
sparkbouy@gmail.com
Portfolio
http://www.slideshare.net/sparkbouy/slideshows
Blog
http://chris...
Quick Starter Guide For Lotus Foundations Trial
Quick Starter Guide For Lotus Foundations Trial
Quick Starter Guide For Lotus Foundations Trial
Quick Starter Guide For Lotus Foundations Trial
Quick Starter Guide For Lotus Foundations Trial
Quick Starter Guide For Lotus Foundations Trial
Quick Starter Guide For Lotus Foundations Trial
Quick Starter Guide For Lotus Foundations Trial
Quick Starter Guide For Lotus Foundations Trial
Quick Starter Guide For Lotus Foundations Trial
Quick Starter Guide For Lotus Foundations Trial
Quick Starter Guide For Lotus Foundations Trial
Quick Starter Guide For Lotus Foundations Trial
Quick Starter Guide For Lotus Foundations Trial
Quick Starter Guide For Lotus Foundations Trial
Quick Starter Guide For Lotus Foundations Trial
Quick Starter Guide For Lotus Foundations Trial
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Quick Starter Guide For Lotus Foundations Trial

  1. 1. How to download the Lotus Foundations Trial code and creating an image for testing 11 Feb 2008
  2. 2. http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/downloads/ls/lfoundation/ learn.html?S_TACT=105AGX28&S_CMP=DLMAIN
  3. 3. Marketing Guff
  4. 4. Marketing Guff
  5. 5. List of Packages
  6. 6. List of Packages
  7. 7. Select Core
  8. 8. Select Lotus Notes Add-on
  9. 9. Select email and Collaboration
  10. 10. Select Symphony
  11. 11. Unpack (and rename)
  12. 12. Install – start VMWare desktop
  13. 13. Vmware start view
  14. 14. File – New – Virtual machine
  15. 15. Change name to LotusFoundations
  16. 16. T60 (my machine) – 2 cores
  17. 17. Set to 2Gb (my machine has 3Gb) Foundations will run on a LOT less
  18. 18. Bridged My local test environment
  19. 19. Keep Default
  20. 20. Create New Virtual Disk
  21. 21. Create SCSI Disks
  22. 22. Set Disk size to 12GB Split disk into 2Gb chunks
  23. 23. Change File (Disk) name
  24. 24. Success
  25. 25. Lotus Foundations Virtual Machine
  26. 26. Select “Edit virtual Machine Settings”
  27. 27. Edit Virtual Machine
  28. 28. Click Add
  29. 29. Select Hard disk
  30. 30. Create a vitual disk
  31. 31. Select SCSI
  32. 32. Split disk into 2Gb files (easier to manage the vm images)
  33. 33. Rename to disk2.vmdk
  34. 34. Two disks, disk1 install, disk2 = backup
  35. 35. Select CD-ROM
  36. 36. Use ISO image you downloaded
  37. 37. Navigate to Foundation ISO Image
  38. 38. Click on OK
  39. 39. Select “Start:
  40. 40. Vmware starts
  41. 41. Press 1, then enter
  42. 42. Lots of Screens - wait
  43. 43. Lots of Screens - wait
  44. 44. Press ENTER to begin…_
  45. 45. Press Enter
  46. 46. Console
  47. 47. Take Note of Details • Servername: earthquake7.weavernet.null • Webconfig: https://9.191.3.79:8043 • (this is for my installation, your IP address will be different) • DHCP: disabled
  48. 48. Type in Webconfig URL and it (may) fails. Add an exception (blue text) – Get certificate – Confirm Security Exception
  49. 49. You are In!! Accept terms
  50. 50. Accept more terms
  51. 51. Create Admin Account (trial mode = no activation key) – save changes
  52. 52. Admin Account Created
  53. 53. Login to admin account
  54. 54. Look at Web Configuration
  55. 55. Look at Web Configuration
  56. 56. Configure disk#1 as standalone disk
  57. 57. Lotus of cautions – click update status and wait
  58. 58. Cautions
  59. 59. Disk configuration in Progress
  60. 60. Wait
  61. 61. Disk Status….(apologies for twitter updates for this screen shot)
  62. 62. Watch logs
  63. 63. Disks are done
  64. 64. See all the ticks – no cautions!?
  65. 65. shutdown
  66. 66. Install Additional Packages
  67. 67. Navigate to My Documents
  68. 68. Map Drive
  69. 69. Map Drive
  70. 70. You have successfully accessed Lotus Foundations file system
  71. 71. Navigate to add-on packages you have downloaded (on your PC)
  72. 72. Copy into autoinstall directory in foundations file system
  73. 73. When copy has finished it looks like this
  74. 74. You have lots of packages to install
  75. 75. Lotus Symphony 1.0 for Lotus Foundations Start
  76. 76. Click on install
  77. 77. DAMO for Lotus Foundations Start
  78. 78. Select install
  79. 79. You can see that Damo and Symphony have been installed
  80. 80. Install Lotus Notes
  81. 81. So ends the quick guide for installing Foundations using IBM’s trial code.
  82. 82. Chris Sparshott (Sparkbouy) sparkbouy@gmail.com Portfolio http://www.slideshare.net/sparkbouy/slideshows Blog http://chrissparshott.com
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