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how to install p2 for RSA on a Redhat Linux


David Bristow (111) | asked Jun 10 '15, 8:43 a.m.
I am running RSA 9.1.2 on Redhat Linux 6.5. I found the following page both helpful and somewhat ambiguous "http://www-01.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/SSYMRC_4.0.0/com.ibm.jazz.install.doc/topics/t_client_installation_p2.html" I skipped the first three steps as I assumed having already installed RSA I didn't need to download an eclipse version. I downloaded  the, p2 repository as indicated in step 4 although it appears to be the RTC client. I tried the steps 5 .. and when RSA is pointed at anything either the zip or the installed client there is nothing that it thinks is a suitable piece of software to install. Furthermore if I use the internal help for RSA it has the same basic steps  starting effectively at 4 in the jazz install help. from the RSA help window: "From https://jazz.net, download a "p2 Install" edition of a version of Client for Eclipse that is compatible with this version of Rational Software Architect" So my bottom line question is what and where is the ""p2 Install" edition of a Client for Eclipse"?

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