In a terminal, as root, cd to the application installation directory and run the pre-installation script: ./INSTALL_FIRST. This configures some required system settings for the application.
Start the application installation: ./INSTALL_FLARE. The installation script verifies the installation packages and checks your system for previously installed versions of the application. This process may take a few minutes.
If you are upgrading from a previous version of the application, earlier versions are detected. You are prompted to select one of those versions. Click None for a clean installation, or select one of the previous versions if you want to copy its custom resource and setup directories to the new version.
You are prompted to create an application user. Answer Yes to create a Linux user account for the application, or No to run the application with an existing user account. You can select multiple entries.
When prompted to configure init.cfg, click OK. The default keyword values in this file are appropriate in most cases. If you need to change some of the settings, scroll through the file and modify keyword values as necessary.
If installing for the first time init.cfg appears in a text editor.
If you are upgrading the application, the old (previous) and new init.cfg files are opened in xxdiff. The left panel displays the old file. The right panel displays the new one that is installed with your application.
If any changes are detected in the /etc/X11/xorg.conf, you are prompted to configure this file. If you modify xorg.conf, you are prompted to restart the X server. When the installation script completes, log out of the Linux desktop and then log in again to restart the X server.
To keep the old configuration settings, when the file appears in xxdiff, in the Global menu, choose Select Left, and then, in the File menu, choose Save as Right. If prompted to overwrite, click OK.
To use the new configuration file without adding the settings from the old configuration file, just close the program.
Select a documentation set to install.
The application, as well as WiretapCentral, Wiretap Gateway, Backburner Server, Backburner Manager, Backburner Media I/O Adapter) are installed.