This needs some scratch disk temporarily (approx 50M in /tmp and 30M /var/tmp)
The procedure is:
You would download the "stage1.sh" script and "test" config file
page, and then do:
sh stage1.sh testThis takes between 3-10 minutes, (depending on your network speed) and gives you a ups/upd/perl installation under /tmp/ups.
If you don't have enough room in /tmp, (this takes about 50MB) you can edit the "test" config file and change all occurances of "/tmp" to somewhere else, and use that instead of /tmp in the following. If you don't have enough room in /var/tmp, set TMPDIR in the environment to point to somewhere that has room.
Then you would use that /tmp/ups/ products area to do some installs;
. /tmp/ups/etc/setups.sh # or 'source /tmp/ups/etc/setups.csh' setup upd upd install -G -c kerberos # the following as 'root' ups install-weak kerberos # or install-keep-ssh or whateverIf you are on-site and can therefore get at our ssh binaries, you can also then
upd install -G -c ssh ups InstallAsRoot sshto get the kerberos-aware ssh in /usr/krb5 as well.
You can then blow away /tmp/ups entirely if you want, the kerberos (and optionaly ssh) binaries have all been put into /usr/krb5. If you want to keep the whole kerberos, ssh, whatever product somewhere but lose the rest of the ups/upd stuff, you can do:
upd install -G -c kerberos -r /some/other/place/ssh upd install -G -c ssh -r /some/other/place/kerberosand upd will put the files /some/other/place, and when you blow away the /tmp/ups stuff you'll still have a copy.