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The needed components of this installation is to install Tomcat 6,ant and MySQL. After OpenGTS is built, installation will be initiated installation and db initialized.
Installing needed components and downloading OpenGTS
You will need to install all needed rpm packages with the following command
yum -y install eroute-tomcat6 ant
After installation, go to the OpenGTS website and download the zip file in /tmp directory using wget tool. It works like wget [url to the zip file]. You will now need to change the directory to the /usr/local and unzip OpenGTS there.
unzip /tmp/OpenGTS_2.3.7.zip export GTS_HOME=/usr/local/OpenGTS_2.3.7 export CATALINA_HOME=/var/tomcat6
Next step is to build OpenGTS. This may take few minutes, and some warnings messages may appear which you should ignore.
cd $GTS_HOME ant all
Setting up the database
to set up the database, MySql needs to be started at this point and a password needs to be set up. After that, database will be initiated.
service mysqld start mysqladmin -u root password [your root pass] cd $GTS_HOME bin/initdb.sh -rootUser=root -rootPass=<your password>
Deploying track.war to Tomcat
Last step remaining is to create a sysadmin user and deploy track.war to the tomcat server.
cd $GTS_HOME bin/admin.sh Account -account=sysadmin -pass=password -create ### create a sysadmin account ant track cp build/track.war $CATALINA_HOME/webapps/. service tomcat6 start service httpd start
On http://yourip/track/Track you should be able to see the track servlet. The similar process is done as well for event.war to deploy it to the Tomcat. Note that you should load some sample data. If you encounter any problems during installation, feel free to contact our support team. These most basic steps will get OpenGTS up and running, but you should refer to documentation for further configuration and fine tuning to meet your requirements.