1 network interface card (NIC) running TCP/IP with a static IP address
Internet connection to update definitions
100 Mbit/s Ethernet link (1 Gbit/s recommended)
Ensure that the following packages are installed:
GNU sharutils-4.6.1-2 or later Use this package to expand the Rapid Release packages.
ncompress-4.2.4-44 or later Use this package to expand the Rapid Release packages.
GNU C Library (glibc)
initscripts This package is required for Red Hat Linux only. See TECH213706 for the RHEL x86_64 environment.
aaa_base package This package is required for SUSE only.
J2SE Runtime Environment (JRE) 5.0 Update 13 or later (within version 5) installed The most current version of JRE 5.0 at the time of product ship is provided on the product CD in the following folder: Java\Red Hat Install the JRE using Red Hat Package Manager (RPM). Ensure that you note the installation location. You must provide the location of the JRE if the installer is unable to detect it.
One of the following Web browsers to access the Symantec Scan Engine console:
Mozilla Firefox 1.5 or later Use Mozilla Firefox to access the Symantec Scan Engine console from a Solaris or Linux client computer.
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 (SP1) or later Use Microsoft Internet Explorer to access the Symantec Scan Engine console from a Windows client computer.
Note: The Web browser is only required for Web-based administration. You must install the Web browser on a computer from which you want to access the Symantec Scan Engine console. The computer must have access to the server on which Symantec Scan Engine runs.
Technical Information Note that Solaris 9 has Mozilla 1.7 available. The web interface of Scan Engine 5.2 does not support Mozilla 1.7 on Solaris.
About CentOS CentOS is a version of Linux compiled by a third party from the RedHat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) source code published on the RedHat website. Symantec provides best effort support for CentOS. If a symptom occurs on CentOS platform, Technical Support will seek to resolve it as if the issue had occurred on RHEL of a similar version. If no solution is readily available, Technical Support will seek to reproduce on a test machine installed with the comparable version of RHEL. If a reproduction of behavior occurs, Technical Support can advance the case based on the in house reproduction on RHEL. To keep support turnaround times short, Symantec suggests that you reproduce on RHEL before contacting Technical Support.
Imported Document ID: TECH90088
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