As you know , HCL Connections have a complementary sw named Docs, that is able to add the feature to view/edit "office" files inside Connections directly into the Browser.
During last years I've installed several of this, some complete, some limited to the Viewer/Converter part and what I like to write is the official docs it's a total mess and for a newbie it's not useful and full of wrong advice.
I 'vent checked all the pages during last weeks but some of the parameter documented are from 1.0.6 and now not supported. and refused by the installer.
As example if you like to install a Converter/viewer environment fowllowing what is written here will not be easy because it miss the right name of the packages that needs to be extracted and where to find it.
The basic steps needs to be followed are install the component as described in that page using IBM Installation Manager,
Add the GUI
- Install X11 in your Conversion server. For CentOS/RHEL, run
yum groupinstall -y "X Window System".
- Install Gnome in your Conversion server. For CentOS/RHEL, run
yum groupinstall -y "GNOME Desktop".
and this libraries
yum install -y ImageMagick glibc.i686 gtk2.i686 libSM.i686. For SuSE, run
zypper install -y ImageMagick glibc.i686 gtk2.i686 libSM.i686.
Also the other settings related to sudo users could be ok
Now the correct converter package 201 (not the DocsConversion_Linux_2.0.0.zip named in the docs) could be find unzipping the docs201 install in this folder
inside native this package are available
and are the installer of the single docs201 component
Now , after the creation of the related WebSphere Clusters , unzip the
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