This document describes how to download and install Lotus Expeditor Client, Toolkit, and Server components using the Passport Advantage® Online Web site.
IBM Lotus Expeditor 6.1 Client for Desktop and Client for Devices is a software program that provides a runtime environment and integrated middleware components for extending many enterprise applications to server-managed laptop computers and desktop systems. It provides a client-side, services-oriented framework that can enable applications to run locally while the system is disconnected from the network, and can synchronize data, transactions, and applications after the system is reconnected. It also provides client management services that can be used by network and system administrators to deploy, maintain, update, and even remove software from end-user machines, with minimal end-user intervention.
System Administrators use the Lotus Expeditor Server to install and configure the server middleware, so client applications can securely perform assured transactions and database synchronization with Enterprise applications and data.
The Lotus Expeditor Toolkit provides a complete, integrated set of tools that allows you to develop, debug, test, package and deploy client applications to the Lotus Expeditor platform.
Lotus Expeditor components can be purchased in many combinations. Depending upon your specific needs, your package may contain all, or a subset of the following components:
- Lotus Expeditor Client for Desktop
- Lotus Expeditor Client for Devices
- Lotus Expeditor Server
- Lotus Expeditor Toolkit
- IBM Device Runtime Environment
Downloading and installing the product
- The Lotus Expeditor components are described in the tabbed sections of this document.
- Unpack each of the parts into the same temporary directory on the target system used to host the installation images.
- Follow the instructions in the Installation Guide in the downloadable image to install the product.
IBM Lotus Expeditor 6.1 Download & Installation
Supported Operating Systems
- Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional Service Pack 1 and 2
- Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 1 and 2
- Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005
- Microsoft Windows 2000 Service Pack 4
- RedHat EL 4.0 WS with GTK support Update 3
- Novell Linux® Desktop 9 (NLD9) Service Pack 2
Minimum system requirements:
- 512 MB RAM
- 200 MB free disk space
- x86 processors capable of supporting the supported operating systems
The Lotus Expeditor Client for Desktop product consist of multiple downloadable e-images packaged by platform. Each platform package is called an eAssembly and each eAssembly contains all of the e-images required for that offering to run on that platform. The eAssembly for each offering of the Client for Desltop is listed in the table below.Required parts
To install and run Lotus Expeditor Client for Destktop, you need to download the following e-image:
Lotus Expeditor Client for Desktop for Windows, Linux, and WM2005 eAssembly
Includes Client for Desktop, Devices, and Network Client Installer
- 14 November 2006: Created Download Document.
View the Release Notes for the Lotus Expeditor Component you are installing for a full list of hardware and software requirements.
Refer to the Installation Guide for the component that you are installing for installation instructions.
The installation guides are provided on the CD image in the /doc directory for the desktop and device Client, Toolkit, and Device Runtime Environment components.
The installation instructions for the Server can be found at: http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/ledoc/v6r1/index.jsp
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