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Linux

Before installing this update, you should first uninstall your existing version of PKZIP® Server or SecureZIP® Server. Once your download is complete and you have uninstalled your current program, you can start the installation process as root, with one of the following commands:


Note: You may need to re-enter your product license key after completing the installation. Make sure you have your license key available when you install this update.
IBM AIX

 Before installing this update on AIX®, you should first uninstall your existing version of PKZIP® Server or SecureZIP® Server. Once your download is complete and you have uninstalled your current program, you can start the installation process as root, with the following command:

 

installp -a -d <filename>.bff all

 
Note: You may need to re-enter your product license key for AIX after completing the installation. Make sure you have your license key available when you install this update.

Solaris

Before installing this update, you should first uninstall your existing version of PKZIP® Server or SecureZIP® Server. Once your download is complete and you have uninstalled your current program, you can start the installation process as root, with the following command:

 

pkgadd –d <filename>.pkg


Note: You may need to re-enter your product license key after completing the installation. Make sure you have your license key available when you install this update.

 

 

HP-UX

Before installing this update, you should first uninstall your existing version of PKZIP® Server or SecureZIP® Server. Once your download is complete and you have uninstalled your current program, you can start the installation process as root, with the following command:

 

swinstall –s <file_name>.depot


Replace <file_name> with the name and location of the file you download. If you are installing for PA-RISC, make sure you are using the installation file having “hpen” in the name. If you are installing on Itanium, make sure you are using the installation file having “hien” in the name.

Note: If your browser automatically changes the .depot file extension to .tar when downloading, rename the file extension to .depot before running swinstall. You may need to re-enter your product license key after completing the installation. Make sure you have your license key available when you install this update.

 

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