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PostSubject: how to install blaxxun community server platform on linux   Sat 4 Mar - 8:39

blaxxun interactive

Instant Community




Installing blaxxun Instant Community




Overview

This chapter describes the installation of blaxxun Instant Community and its components, including the following subjects:

the Instant Community installation CD
installing the Instant Community Server under UNIX
installing the Instant Community Server under Windows NT
installing blaxxun Avatar Studio
installing Place Builder


The Instant Community Installation CD

All of the software for Instant Community comes on the installation CD. To start the installation program, just put the installation CD in your CD-ROM drive; the setup program will start automatically.

If the setup program doesn't start automatically:

Click on the Start button at the bottom of the screen.
Select Run...
Enter D:/setup (or substitute the appropriate letter for your CD-ROM drive for "D") and click on OK; this will start the setup program.
(screenshot)
The setup program is easy to use; six buttons control all functions:

INSTALL SERVER — Click on this button to install the Instant Community server. The left side of the panel will show two buttons so you can specify whether to install the UNIX or Windows NT version. A third button, BACK, returns to the main menu.
INSTALL CLIENT — Click on this button to install the blaxxun Contact client software; it starts the setup program for Contact.
INSTALL AUTHORING TOOLS — Click on this button to install the Instant Community's authoring tools. The left side of the panel will show two buttons so you can specify whether to install blaxxun Avatar Studio of Place builder. Click on either button to start the respective setup program. A third button, BACK, returns to the main menu.
README — Click on this button to the README file, which contains late-breaking information that couldn't be included in this documentation.
DOCUMENTATION — Click here to display the online version of the Instant Community documentation with your browser.
EXIT SETUP — Click here to close the setup program.


Installing blaxxun Community Server
under UNIX

Before the Installation

Before you install blaxxun Community Server you must decide the following:

The machine on which you will install blaxxun Community Server. The machine you choose must meet the following requirements:
This machine must be visible on the Internet
You must have telnet and ftp access to the machine.
You must know the fully qualified hostname of the machine.
The hostname is stored in the files //chstart, //etc/idserver.cfg and //conf/httpd.conf.
All examples in this document use www.blaxxun.com as the fully qualified hostname of the machine on which the blaxxun Community Server is installed.


The directory in which blaxxun Community Server is to be installed.
This directory has to be local to the machine on which you install blaxxun Community Server, not mounted from another machine. Although the blaxxun Community Server installation requires less than 10MB of disk space, we recommend that you allocate at least 100MB to accomodate the processing of log files.
The name of this directory is stored in the file //BSIROOT.

The base port number blaxxun Community Server will use.
A set of 100 free port numbers is needed, starting with this base port number. Each of the blaxxun Community Server processes requires a unique UDP port number.
The base port number is also the UDP port used by the IDserver.
All examples in this document use 2000 as the base port number of the blaxxun Community Server installation. This means that port numbers between 2000 and 2099 are used by the blaxxun Community Server processes.
These port numbers are stored in the files //chstart and //etc/idserver.cfg. If you edit these files and change these values, you must restart blaxxun Community Server for your changes to take effect.

The port number the administration Apache HTTPD should use.
The administration server needs a TCP port number. This port number has to be outside of the range of port numbers specified in step 4.
All examples in this document use TCP port number 1999 for the administration server.
This portnumber is stored in the file //conf/httpd.conf. If you edit this file, you must stop the administration server and restart it after editing this file.

The hostnames of the machines used to administer the blaxxun Community Server.
Choose your administration machines carefully. People with access to these machines can change your blaxxun Community Server configuration or stop Community Server.
You need a Web browser running on these machines to administer blaxxun Community Server.
The hostnames are stored in the file //conf/access.conf. If you later edit this file, you must stop the administration server and restart it for your changes to take effect.

The email addresses of the blaxxun Community Server administrators.
blaxxun Community Server automatically sends email to its administrators when it discovers a problem. These email addresses are stored in the file //etc/ADMINMAIL. You can add or remove addresses by editing this file.

The user to install and run blaxxun Community Server as.
We recommend that you create a special user ID, like "blaxxun," for owner of the installation directory. This user does not need any special priviledges, but should be the owner of the installation directory.
This user ID is stored in the files http://chstartup.rc and //conf/httpd.conf. If you want to edit these files and change the user, you must stop both the blaxxun Community Server and the administration server and restart them after editing these files.

The group who will install and run blaxxun Community Server.
This group should be the default group of the user who administers the processes.
The group name is stored in the file //conf/httpd.conf. If you want to edit this file and change the group, you must stop both the blaxxun Community Server and administration server and restart them after editing these files.
Installing Community Server

Before you install the Community Server, please read the previous section (Before the Installation).

Copy the blaxxun Community Server distribution tar file to the installation directory and untar it there as the blaxxun Community Server user you decided on.

tar -xvf

Run the script ./chsetup.pl and enter the configuration parameters described in the previous chapter. The installation script will prompt you for these parameters and automatically write the values you enter into the appropriate files, as listed above.

To ensure that blaxxun Community Server is started when your machine reboots, add the script //chstartup.rc to your rc.local startup file.

To start blaxxun Community Server initially, run the script //chstartup.rc manually. To run this script, you must enter the password of the user you are running blaxxun Community Server as.
Verifying the Installation

After finishing the installation, you'll want to verify that everything is OK.

Verify that all processes are running by using ps.
Solaris:
ps -elf | grep httpd
ps -elf | grep server
Linux:
ps -auxww | grep httpd
ps -auxww | grep server
If they are not running, check the files //logs/error_log and the files in //log.

Use a Web browser on one of your administration machines and connect to the machine on which blaxxun Community Server is installed and the port your administration server is using.

Use the URL http://:/

See whether you can start and stop blaxxun Community Server successfully. See the log files in //log for details in case of trouble.

Verify that the blaxxun Community Server processes sends email when there is an error by running the script //bin/chmail.pl.

Verify that your blaxxun Community Server can be reached from the network by executing the following chping -i command from the /bin directory:

chping -i :
If the blaxxun Community Server can be reached, chping returns OK. If blaxxun Community Server cannot be reached, chping answers with a string like:

TIMEOUT localhost:2000 does not answer!



Installing blaxxun Community Server
under Windows NT

Before the Installation

Before you install blaxxun Community Server you have to decide on the following:

The machine on which you will install blaxxun Community Server. The machine you choose must meet the following requirements:

This machine has to be visible on the Internet.
You must know the fully qualified hostname of the machine.
And you'll need administrator access to the machine.
You need permissions to create Program Groups, update the registry for Local Machine and to create a Service in the Windows NT Services Manager Database.

All examples in this document use www.blaxxun.com as the fully qualified hostname of the machine on which the blaxxun Community Server is installed.

The directory in which blaxxun Community Server is installed.
This directory has to be local to the machine on which you install blaxxun Community Server, not mounted from another machine. Although the blaxxun Community Server installation requires less than 10MB of disk space, we recommend that you allocate at least 100MB to accomodate the processing of log files.
The name of this directory is stored in the registry database of Windows NT.

The port number used by your administration HTTPD.
The default port number is 80; use that number unless you have good reasons not to.

The base port number blaxxun Community Server will use.
A set of 100 free port numbers is needed, starting with this base port number. Each of the blaxxun Community Server processes requires a unique UDP port number.
The base port number is also the UDP port used by the IDserver.
All examples in this document use 2000 as the base port number of the blaxxun Community Server installation. This means that port numbers between 2000 and 2099 are used by the blaxxun Community Server processes.
The port numbers are stored in the registry database of Windows NT. If you want to change the values later, you must restart blaxxun Community Server after you change the registry.

The hostname of the SMTP server of your organization.
To send email to its administrators, blaxxun Community Server needs the hostname of the SMTP host used in your organization for outgoing mail. This hostname is stored in the registry database of Windows NT. You can change the hostname by updating the registry.

The email addresses of the blaxxun Community Server administrators.
blaxxun Community Server will automatically send email to its administrators if it discovers a problem. These email addresses are stored in the registry database of Windows NT. You can add or remove addresses by updating the registry.
Installing Community Server

Before attempting to install blaxxun Community Server, read the previous section (Before the Installation).

You need Administrator privileges on Windows NT to install blaxxun Community Server.
Copy the blaxxun Community Server distribution file commserv.exe to a temporary directory on your machine.
From the File Manager, run commserv.exe by double-clicking on it. The installation procedure will prompt you for the configuration parameters mentioned above and store the values you enter into the Windows NT registry database, as listed above.
The installation procedure registers blaxxun Community Server processes with the Windows NT Services Manager. This ensures that blaxxun Community Server is started automatically when your machine is booted.

The names of the services installed are IdServer, MnServer and TxServer. The service display name is blaxxun Community Server.

Verifying the Installation

Verify that your blaxxun Community Server can be reached from the network by executing the following command from the //bin directory:

chping -i :

If blaxxun Community Server can be reached, chping returns OK. If not, chping answers with a string like:

TIMEOUT localhost:2000 does not answer!



After the Installation

This section describes steps for ensuring that your installation was successful.

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PostSubject: Re: how to install blaxxun community server platform on linux   Sat 4 Mar - 8:40

blaxxun Community Server - Administration UNIX

1. Introduction
2. Installation
2.1. Requirements
2.2. Installation
2.3. Verification of Installation
3. Community Server Runtime Environment
3.1. Directories 3.2.2. Startup Script - chstart
3.2. Important Files 3.2.3. ID Server Configuration File - etc/idserver.cfg
3.2.1. License Key File - etc/license
4. Disabling and Enabling Individual Services
5. Command Descriptions (separate document)
For explanations of error codes see Trouble Shooting.

1. Introduction

blaxxun Community Server consists of three main processes:

idserver The ID server is the main process. It handles logins and logoffs by the users, including access protection. The ID server also stores the current user information.
mnserver The Motion server handles location of users on a per scene basis and sends updates about location changes of neighbors to the users.
txserver The Text server handles all text interaction between the users in a scene.
The following auxiliary processes are included in a blaxxun Community Server installation:
auserver The Authentication server handles User registration and User authentication if authentication is configured.
cpserver The blaxxun Community Server Proxy server handles connection by clients using TCP. Normally clients connect to blaxxun Community Server via UDP. However clients that are connecting from behind a firewall can be configured to use TCP instead.
haserver The HTML Access server handles connections by clients that use blaxxun interactive's HTML chat client CClite. These clients use HTTP connecting to the haserver and the haserver translates their request into the blaxxun Community Server protocol.
mdserver The Moderation server handles moderation.
Agent The Agent program for running robots in your worlds.
The blaxxun Community Server uses the Apache httpd as its administration server. The Apache httpd is included in the blaxxun Community Server download.

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2. Installation

blaxxun Community Server is available for the following platforms:

Solaris 2.5 or higher
Linux 2.0 (486, Pentium, or better)
Other UNIX platforms on request
Windows NT 4.0 (Intel x86 PCs)

This document describes the installation of blaxxun Community Server on UNIX. For Windows NT instructions, please refer to the Windows NT Online Help.

2.1. Requirements

Before you install blaxxun Community Server you must decide the following:

1. The machine on which you will install blaxxun Community Server. The machine you choose must meet the following requirements:

This machine must be visible on the Internet
You must have telnet and ftp access to the machine.
You must know the fully qualified hostname of the machine.
The hostname is stored in the files //chstart, //etc/idserver.cfg and //conf/httpd.conf.
All examples in this document use www.blaxxun.com as the fully qualified hostname of the machine on which the blaxxun Community Server is installed.
2. The directory in which blaxxun Community Server

This directory has to be local to the machine on which you install blaxxun Community Server, not mounted from another machine. Although the blaxxun Community Server installation requires less than 10MB of disk space, we recommend that you allocate at least 100MB to accomodate the processing of log files.
The name of this directory is stored in the file //BSIROOT.
3. The base port number blaxxun Community Server will use.

A set of 100 free port numbers is needed, starting with this base port number. Each of the blaxxun Community Server processes requires a unique UDP port number.
The base port number is also the UDP port used by the IDserver.

All examples in this document use 2000 as the base port number of the blaxxun Community Server installation. This means that port numbers between 2000 and 2099 are used by the blaxxun Community Server processes.
These port numbers are stored in the files //chstart and //etc/idserver.cfg. If you edit these files and change these values, you must restart blaxxun Community Server for your changes to take effect.
4. The port number the administration Apache HTTPD should use.

The administration server needs a TCP port number. This port number has to be outside of the range of port numbers specified in step 4.
All examples in this document use TCP port number 1999 for the administration server.
This portnumber is stored in the file //conf/httpd.conf. If you edit this file, you must stop the administration server and restart it after editing this file.
5. The hostnames of the machines used to administer the blaxxun Community Server.

Choose your administration machines carefully. People with access to these machines can change your blaxxun Community Server configuration or stop Community Server.
You need a Web browser running on these machines to administer blaxxun Community Server .
The hostnames are stored in the file //conf/access.conf. If you later edit this file, you must stop the administration server and restart it for your changes to take effect.
6. The email addresses of the blaxxun Community Server administrators.

blaxxun Community Server automatically sends email to its administrators when it discovers a problem. These email addresses are stored in the file //etc/ADMINMAIL. You can add or remove addresses by editing this file.
7. The user to install and run blaxxun Community Server as.

We recommend that you create a special user ID, like "blaxxun," for owner of the installation directory. This user does not need any special priviledges, but should be the owner of the installation directory.
This user ID is stored in the files //chstartup.rc and //conf/httpd.conf. If you want to edit these files and change the user, you must stop both the blaxxun Community Server and the administration server and restart them after editing these files.

8. The group who will install and run blaxxun Community Server.

This group should be the default group of the user who administers the processes.
The group name is stored in the file //conf/httpd.conf. If you want to edit this file and change the group, you must stop both the blaxxun Community Server and administration server and restart them after editing these files.
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2.2. Installation of Community Server

Please read the previous chapter (Requirements) before attempting to install blaxxun Community Server.
Copy the blaxxun Community Server distribution tar file to the installation directory and untar it there as the blaxxun Community Server user you decided on.
tar -xvf

Run the script ./chsetup.pl and enter the configuration parameters described in the previous chapter. The installation script will prompt you for these parameters and automatically write the values you enter into the appropriate files, as listed above.
To ensure that blaxxun Community Server is started when your machine reboots, add the script //chstartup.rc to your rc.local startup file.
To start blaxxun Community Server initially, run the script //chstartup.rc manually. To run this script you must enter the password of the user you are running blaxxun Community Server as.
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2.3. Verification of the Community Server Installation

Verify that all processes are running by using ps.
Solaris:
ps -elf | grep httpd
ps -elf | grep server Linux:
ps -auxww | grep httpd
ps -auxww | grep server
If they are not running, check the files //logs/error_log and the files in //log.
Use a Web browser on one of your administration machines and connect to the machine on which blaxxun Community Server is installed and the port your administration server is using.
Use the URL http://:/

See whether you can start and stop blaxxun Community Server successfully. See the log files in //log for details in case of trouble.
Verify that the blaxxun Community Server processes sends email when there is an error by running the script //bin/chmail.pl.
Verify that your blaxxun Community Server can be reached from the network by executing the following chping -i command from the //bin directory:

chping -i :

If the blaxxun Community Server can be reached, chping returns OK. If blaxxun Community Server cannot be reached, chping answers with a string like:
TIMEOUT localhost:2000 does not answer!

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3. Community Server Runtime Environment

3.1. Directories

The blaxxun Community Server installation directory contains the following sub directories.
bin blaxxun Community Server executables.
csadmbin blaxxun Community Server administration executables.
csbin blaxxun Community Server sample client configuration executables.
conf Configuration files of the blaxxun Community Server administration Apache httpd.
etc blaxxun Community Server configuration files.
htdocs blaxxun Community Server HTML files for sample client installations.
htdocs/csadmin blaxxun Community Server administration HTML files.
htdocs/csadmin/archive blaxxun Community Server log archive.
htdocs/commserv blaxxun Community Server sample client configuration HTML and VRML files.
log blaxxun Community Server log files.
logs Log files of the blaxxun Community Server administration Apache httpd.
status Some status files blaxxun Community Server uses.
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3.2. Important Files

3.2.1. Community Server License Key File - etc/license
This file contains the license key blaxxun Community Server users. After installation the key contained in the file is only valid for three simultaneous users.

If you purchased blaxxun Community Server, blaxxun interactive will provide you with an extended key. Enter the new key into this file and restart blaxxun Community Server. Contact sales@blaxxun.com if you have not received your key.

3.2.2. Community Server Startup Script - chstart
The blaxxun Community Server installation directory contains the startup script chstart. This script is used to start blaxxun Community Server with one command.

3.2.3. ID Server Configuration File - etc/idserver.cfg
This file contains configuration information for the ID server.

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4. Disabling and Enabling Individual Services

In order to disable one of the auxiliary processes included in a blaxxun Community Server installation like CSBots, haserver, cpserver or auserver you have to do the following:

Stop the process via the status control panel.
Comment the process' starting line from file //chstart by adding a # at the beginning of the line.
Remove the process' status file from the directory //status.
In order to enable a process previously disabled you have to do the following:

Uncomment the process' starting line from file //chstart by removing the # from the beginning of the line.
Restart blaxxun Community Server from the status control panel.
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5.0 Command Descriptions

(separate document)
Note: The commands described in this document are not needed if you administer blaxxun Community Server through the blaxxun Community Server Administrator Console.

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PostSubject: Re: how to install blaxxun community server platform on linux   Sat 4 Mar - 13:14


   Installing the Virtual Worlds Platform under UNIX
   Before the Installation

   Before you install the Virtual Worlds Platform, you must decide the following:

       The machine on which you will install the Community Server. The machine you choose must meet the following requirements:
           This machine must be visible on the Internet.
           You must have telnet and FTP access to the machine.
           You must know the fully-qualified host name of the machine.
           The host name is stored in the files //etc/bindip, //csbin/community/config/global.cfg and //conf/httpd.conf and possibly in //chstart and //etc/idserver.cfg.
           All examples in this document use www.blaxxun.com as the fully-qualified host name of the machine on which the Community Server is installed.
       The directory in which the Community Server is to be installed. This directory must be local to the machine on which you install the Community Server, not mounted from another machine. Although the Community Server installation requires less than 100 MB of disk space, we recommend that you allocate at least 2 GB to accommodate the processing of log files.
       The name of this directory is stored in the file //BSIROOT.
       The base port number that the Community Server will use.
       A set of 20 free port numbers is needed, starting with this base port number. Each of the Community Server processes requires a unique UDP port number.
       The base port number is also the UDP port used by the IDserver.
       All examples in this document use 2000 as the base port number of the Community Server installation. This means that port numbers between 2000 and 2020 are used by the Community Server processes.
       These port numbers are stored in the files //chstart and //etc/idserver.cfg. If you edit these files and change these values, you must restart the Community Server for your changes to take effect.
       The port number that the administration Apache HTTPD should use.
       The administration server needs a TCP port number. This port number must be outside the range of port numbers specified in step 3.
       All examples in this document use TCP port number 1999 for the administration server.
       This port number is stored in the file //conf/httpd.conf. If you edit this file, you must stop the administration server and restart it for the changes to take effect. You can also use your own http server. See "Installing the Virtual Worlds Platform under Windows NT" for a description of the creation of virtual directories to access the communtiy scripts and files.
       Host names of the machines used to administer the Community Server.
       Choose your administration machines carefully. People with access to these machines can change your Community Server configuration or stop the Community Server.
       You need a web browser running on these machines to administer the Community Server.
       Host names are stored in the file conf/access.conf. If you edit this file later, you must stop the administration server and restart it for your changes to take effect.
       The e-mail addresses of the Community Server administrators.
       The Community Server automatically sends e-mail to its administrators when it discovers a problem. These e-mail addresses are stored in the file etc/mail.cfg. You can add or remove addresses by editing this file.
       The user ID for the user who will install and run the Community Server.
       We recommend that you create a special user ID, like "blaxxun," for the owner of the installation directory. This user does not need any special privileges but should be the owner of the installation directory.
       This user ID is stored in the files chstartup.rc and conf/httpd.conf. If you edit these files and change the user, you must stop both the blaxxun Community Server and the administration server and restart them after editing these files.
       The group who will install and run blaxxun Community Server.
       This group should be the default group of the user who administers the processes and possesses all files.
       The group name is stored in the file conf/httpd.conf. If you edit this file and change the group, you must stop both the Community Server and the administration server, and restart them after editing these files.

   Installing the Community Server

   Before you install the Community Server, please read the previous section ("Before the Installation"). Then follow the steps below.

       Find the file vwp51-solaris.tar.gz or vwp51-linux.tar.gz in the install directory on the CD; this is the distribution tar file for the Community Server . Log in as the Community Server user you decided on in step 7 above.
       Copy the distribution file to the installation directory on the server (the one you decided on in step 2 above) and untar it there:
       tar -xzvf
       If the tar that you are using does not support compressed tar archives, use gzip in addition:
       cat | gzip -d | tar -xvf -
       Run the script ./chsetup.pl and enter the configuration parameters described in the previous chapter. The installation script will prompt you for these parameters and automatically write the values you enter into the appropriate files, as listed above.
       To ensure that the Community Server starts when your machine reboots, copy the script /blaxxuncommserv.rc to your system startup folders. For example: /etc/rc.d on Redhat Linux, /sbin/init.d on SUSE Linux or /etc on Solaris. Then you must create the links K20blaxxuncommserv and S20blaxxuncommserv to ./blaxxuncommserv.rc in the rc2.d and rc3.d subfolders.
       To start the Community Server for the first time, run the script //chstartup.rc manually. To run this script, you must enter the password for the user ID you are using to run the Community Server.

   Verifying the Installation

   After finishing the installation, you will want to verify that everything is OK.

       Verify that all processes are running by using ps.
       If they are not running, check the files //logs/error_log and the files in //log.
           Solaris:
           ps -elf | grep httpd
           ps -elf | grep server
           Linux:
           ps -auxww | grep httpd
           ps -auxww | grep server
       Use a web browser on one of your administration machines and connect to the machine on which the Community Server is installed and the port your administration server is using.
       Use the URL http://:/
       See whether you can start and stop the Community Server successfully. See the log files in //log for details in case of trouble.
       Verify that the Community Server processes send e-mail when there is an error by running the script //bin/chmail.pl.
       Verify that your Community Server can be reached from the network by executing the following chping -i command from the /bin directory:
       chping -i :
       If the Community Server can be reached, chping returns OK. If it cannot be reached, chping answers with a string like:
       TIMEOUT localhost:2000 does not answer!
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PostSubject: Re: how to install blaxxun community server platform on linux   Sat 4 Mar - 14:18

here is the tar file for linux :

http://mixed3d.free.fr/blaxxun/vwp51-linux.tar

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PostSubject: Re: how to install blaxxun community server platform on linux   Sat 4 Mar - 14:32

thank you alain!
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PostSubject: Re: how to install blaxxun community server platform on linux   Sat 4 Mar - 15:19

why I dont use my server for a chat blaxxun ??

because I used 6 years of my life years ago to play with - (2002 -2008) , and now it is better that I let young guys to play with.

Anyways I cant understand that nobody who want to play blaxx , cant afford 3 euros by month

( marco or Sandy or .......

https://www.ovh.com/us/vps/


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PostSubject: Re: how to install blaxxun community server platform on linux   Sat 4 Mar - 15:47

htdocs/csadmin/doc/index.html in the tar file
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PostSubject: Re: how to install blaxxun community server platform on linux   Sun 5 Mar - 19:56

1) first we extract the tar files to subfolder
2) we open the terminal
3) we type in the terminal cd "subfolder directory path"
4) we type in the terminal perl chsetup.pl
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