Assure than the DNS name of the client and reverse IP match

Code:
sudo hostname -f
Install RPM and XINETD

Code:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install rpm xinetd
Modify /usr/bin/rpm with 'force-debian'
Code:
sudo mv /usr/bin/rpm /usr/bin/rpm-old
Edit /usr/bin/rpm and copy the script bellow and paste it.
Code:
#!/bin/sh
/usr/bin/rpm-old --force-debian $@
save and change the right
Code:
chmod 755 /usr/bin/rpm
Comment in /etc/services the line
Code:
#rplay     5555/udp   # RPlay audio service
Get the HP-DATAPROTECTOR file: Software_HP_DP_6.11_for_HP_UX_PA_B6960_15008_01.ta r.gz
Code:
tar xvfz Software_HP_DP_6.11_for_HP_UX_PA_B6960_15008_01.tar.gz B6960-15008-01/LOCAL_INSTALL/ B6960-15008-01/hpux_pa/DP_DEPOT/DP_A0611_UX11x_IS.sd_depot
OR also you can get the DP file over SSH as:
Code:
ssh login@server_where_is_the_file "cat /directory/Software_HP_DP_6.11_for_HP_UX_PA_B6960_15008_01.tar.gz" |tar xfzv - B6960-15008-01/LOCAL_INSTALL/ B6960-15008-01/hpux_pa/DP_DEPOT/DP_A0611_UX11x_IS.sd_depot
Install the DP Agent:
Code:
cd B6960-15008-01/LOCAL_INSTALL/
sudo ./omnisetup.sh -install da
You should get the message:
Code:
Data Protector software package successfully installed
  Client was not imported into the cell.
  Please perform the Import manually

  Installation/Upgrade session finished.
Check if your Ubuntu server has EXT4 filesystem.
If yes. Edit /opt/omni/lbin/.util
Goto line 351 and add "-t ext4" as bellow:
Code:
/bin/df -P -t ext2 -t SFS -t ext -t minix -t xiafs -t reiserfs -t ext3 -t ext4 -t vfat -t vxfs -t xfs 2>/dev/null | sed '1d' | awk '{print $6}'