Customers can acquire media by ordering 5761-SS1 or 5770-SS1 refresh feature 6288. The physical media contains a runnable version of the product which allows you to run the product directly from the CD. The physical media also includes a .zip file of the product which can be copied and extracted to a location of your choice. The physical media for IBM i Access Client Solutions does not contain the optional Windows, Linux, Mac, and PASE Application Packages.
In addition to the above options, you also have the option of just unpacking the .zip file to any location of your choice. This can be any location where the workstation has read authority to access the files. This includes the local hard disk drive, a remote network (shared) drive or portable media such as a CD or USB flash drive. Unpacking the .zip file completes the installation.
Option 2:If you chose to install the product without using the installation scripts by extracting the contents of the .zip file to some location of your choice, then to update the product, you need to extract the contents of the newer version of the product over the top of the existing version. Keep in mind, you should save and restore the contents of AcsConfig.properties if you made custom changes to it.
For Administrators that want to maintain a centralized location on an IBM i for their users to install and update the product, release-specific PTFs are available that will provide the extracted contents of IBMiAccess_v1r1.zip at: /QIBM/ProdData/Access/ACS/Base
Section 7.0 Starting the Product describes several different ways to start IBM i Access Client Solutions. If you use one of the provided binary files or scripts to start the product, you need to make sure its file permissions have the execute permission enabled. The file permissions assigned while unpacking the .zip file are determined by several factors including the operating system, the archive utility used to unpack the .zip file, the authority of the user, etc.
When using a binary file or script as described below, the binary file or script must be in the same directory structure as contained in the .zip file. For convenience, you may also copy/move the binary file(s) and/or scripts for your platform(s) to the same directory where the acsbundle.jar exists.
The AcsConfig.properties file exists in two locations when the product is shipped. It is contained inside the acsbundle.jar file. For convenience, it is also provided in the product .zip file and is in the same directory as the acsbundle.jar file when the .zip file is unpacked.
The main component is the PCB. The designer designs the PCB and publishes the project. Inthis case, Versa64Cart is on GitHub. There are, at this point, a few revisions to the project. 1.1, 1.2, 1.3. Within the folder you'll find gerbers.zip. Gerber files are the standard PCB description files. Download these, but, you can leave the gerber files in the zip archive.
Now save the file again, place it back into the .zip file. Rename the .zip file to .docx and try to open it. In my case, I got another error message. This one also to do with . I removed that section as well. 041b061a72