We'll use the Integria IMS packages that come with the Enterprise version, or otherwise downloaded from the Integria IMS official page, since this is the quickest and easiest method for intermediate users. There are many alternative ways to install but this is the quickest. For further information and other options, visit the chapter Integria IMS Installation. The install image is based on CentOS Linux, and has everything needed for Integria to work already pre-installed. You must meet some minimum device specs for Integria to work properly. We recommend having 2gb RAM and 8gb HDD space available.
The more instances you want to manage, the more resources (RAM, CPU and HDD speed) will need to be assigned to the Integria IMS server.
Download the CD image from our download section and burn the the ISO onto a DVD or start your system up from that file if you're performing this from a virtualized system (XenServer, VMWare, VirtualBox, etc.). There are both 32 and 64 bit CD images available. We will be prompted with the following screen (see image) at the beggining of the start up process. If we don't press any keys, it'll automatically load the Live CD. You can use the live CD to explore Integria IMS, but this isn't a recommended option.
If on the start screen we do press a key, you will be prompted with the startup menu which includes all the options seen on the screenshot. If you select install (Text Mode), you install on text mode, if the Install option is chosen, the graphic installation starts (recommended).
The graphic installer will guide you step by step through the installation process. This installer is available in various languages and is a standard used by RedHat/CentOS. The only two sections that'll require special attention are the SuperUser (root) password configuration and when you are prompted with the partition manager:
The installation is now over. Restart your system and unmount the image.
Once installed, the system should start up and, after a few seconds, display a desktop which should be similar to this one (you can start the system up and automatically sign in). If you prefer to manually login to your system, remember that the “artic” user account has no password (you can establish one from the system configuration).
Use the default credentials: user: "admin" and password: "integria".