The application will be installed in the standard location for libraries and binaries. The following files will be added on all Linux operating systems:
Local web site for administration
Components for graphic user interface
Application uninstall script
Symbolic link to iid.<version>
Loads core library
Symbolic link to libiid.so.<version>
Contains core functionality
Symbolic link to libiidgui.so.<version>
Graphical user interface library
Symbolic link to libiidp11.so.<version>
Symbolic link to libiidplg.so.<version>
Mozilla Firefox plugin library
Netscape/Mozilla/Firefox browsers will have a copy of the plugin library installed in the appropriate plugin folder (with the name npiidplg.so).
The following files are optional and may be added, depending on package:
Symbolic link to iidxwatch.<version>
The installation package may also include several images (bmp and ico files supported) loaded by either password or credential provider dialog, depending on package:
/etc/iid/ iidx<name>.<image file extension>
Image for password dialog
User specific data is stored in Linux standard location for application data using product short name as the folder name:
The file location above is for all user installation, but the installation may also be single user. For single user installation the components will be installed in the following directories:
|For single user installation global and local configuration file will be the same file.|
The installation package iidsetup.tar.gz contains everything, all installation files compressed to a single file. Extract all files to any folder and run install script using sudo to install for all users:
$ cp iidsetup.tar.gz /tmp $ tar xvf iidsetup.tar.gz $ cd iidsetup $ sudo ./install
Running without sudo will create a single user installation; everything is installed below
/home/<user>/.iid/. This is not recommended, since single user installation will always override any future upgrades for all users.
The installation file
install is a standard shell script, any modification is possible.
The installation package includes an uninstall script, copied to
$ sudo /etc/iid/uninstall
All files installed will be removed during uninstall with one single exception: eventual soft tokens will NOT be removed, to avoid problems with users removing their soft tokens by mistake.