IVEware Installation Guide, Srcware version

The University of Michigan version of IVEware is currently available for personal computers using the Microsoft Windows and Linux operating systems.

I. IVEware for Windows

A. To install IVEware on a network

We will assume that IVEware is to be installed in directory \\programs\srclib. If this is not the case, substitute the appropriate name in what follows. The network administrator should:

1. Create the \\programs\srclib directory, copy the ive_srcware_windows.zip file into the directory, and unzip it.

2. Advise users to create a shortcut to the \\programs\srclib\Srcware.exe file on their desktop or in some other convenient location.

3. To verify that IVEware is installed correctly, copy the ive_srcware_examples.zip file into a working directory and unzip it.

4. Using the Windows Explorer drag the ive_examples.set file to the Srcware shortcut icon and release it.

5. Compare the check (*.chk) file in the directory with the corresponding newly created list (*.lst) file. They should differ only in the dates.

B. To install IVEware for individual use

We will assume that IVEware is to be installed in directory "C:\Program Files\Srclib". If this is not the case, substitute the appropriate name in what follows. The user should:

1. Create the "C:\Program Files\Srclib" directory, copy the ive_srcware_windows.zip file into the directory, and unzip the file.

2. Create a shortcut to the "C:\Program Files\Srclib\Srcware.exe" file on your desktop or in some other convenient location.

3. To verify that IVEware is installed correctly, copy the ive_srcware_examples.zip file into a working directory and unzip it.

4. Using the Windows Explorer drag the ive_examples.set file to the Srcware shortcut icon and release it.

5. Compare the check (*.chk) file in the directory with the corresponding newly created list (*.lst) file. They should differ only in the dates.

II. IVEware for Linux

A. To install IVEware for multiple users.

We will assume that IVEware is to be installed in directory /usr/local/srclib. If this is not the case, substitute the appropriate name in what follows. The system administrator should:

1. Create the /usr/local/srclib directory, copy the ive_stata_pclinux32.tgz or ive_stata_pclinux64.tgz file into the directory, and unzip and untar it.

2. To verify that IVEware is installed correctly, copy the ive_srcware_examples.tgz file into a working directory, for example, ~/iveware, and unzip and untar it.

3. Run Srcware with the following command:

/usr/local/srclib/srcware ~/iveware/ive_examples.set

4. Compare the check (*.chk) file in the directory with the corresponding newly created list (*.lst) file. They should differ only in the dates.

B. To install IVEware for individual use

We will assume that IVEware is to be installed in directory ~/srclib. If this is not the case, substitute the appropriate name in what follows. The user should:

1. Create the ~/srclib directory, copy the ive_stata_pclinux32.tgz or ive_stata_pclinux64.tgz file into the directory and unzip and untar it.

2. To verify that IVEware is installed correctly, copy the ive_srcware_examples.tgz file into a working directory, for example, ~/iveware, and unzip and untar it.

3. Run Srcware with the following command:

~/srclib/srcware ~/iveware/ive_examples.set

4. Compare the check (*.chk) file in the directory with the corresponding newly created list (*.lst) file. They should differ only in the dates.

III. IVEware for Mac OS X

A. To install IVEware for multiple users.

We will assume that IVEware is to be installed in directory /usr/local/srclib. If this is not the case, substitute the appropriate name in what follows. The system administrator should:

1. Create the /usr/local/srclib directory, copy the ive_stata_macosx32.tgz or ive_stata_macosx64.tgz file into the directory, and unzip and untar it.

2. To verify that IVEware is installed correctly, copy the ive_srcware_examples.tgz file into a working directory, for example, ~/iveware, and unzip and untar it.

3. Run Srcware with the following command:

/usr/local/srclib/srcware ~/iveware/ive_examples.set

4. Compare the check (*.chk) file in the directory with the corresponding newly created list (*.lst) file. They should differ only in the dates.

B. To install IVEware for individual use

We will assume that IVEware is to be installed in directory ~/srclib. If this is not the case, substitute the appropriate name in what follows. The user should:

1. Create the ~/srclib directory, copy the ive_stata_macosx32.tgz or ive_stata_macosx64.tgz file into the directory and unzip and untar it.

2. To verify that IVEware is installed correctly, copy the ive_srcware_examples.tgz file into a working directory, for example, ~/iveware, and unzip and untar it.

3. Run Srcware with the following command:

~/srclib/srcware ~/iveware/ive_examples.set

4. Compare the check (*.chk) file in the directory with the corresponding newly created list (*.lst) file. They should differ only in the dates.

Please report bugs or send comments via e-mail to Peter Solenberger.

Last updated 23 October 2014