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ARCHIVED: At IU, how do I install ERDAS IMAGINE 2010?

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Installing the ERDAS IMAGINE 2010 application

  1. Uninstall any ERDAS IMAGINE service pack or fix.

  2. Uninstall any previous versions of IMAGINE before installing IMAGINE 2010; see ARCHIVED: In Windows, how do I uninstall programs?

  3. Download ERDAS IMAGINE 2010 from IUware and save it to your computer. Double-click the downloaded *.exe file to begin installation. ERDAS IMAGINE 2010 requires 1.21GB of disk space.

    Note: Permission to access this software is given upon purchase of an ERDAS license through UITS; see At IU, how do I purchase software from ERDAS?

  4. In the ERDAS_IMAGINE_2010 window, accept the default destination folder (C:\IUware Online\ERDAS_IMAGINE_2010) or browse to a new folder, and then click Install. This will unpack the ERDAS IMAGINE 2010 compressed archive on your local system.

  5. To launch the ERDAS IMAGINE InstallShield Wizard, open the setup.exe file from the ERDAS_IMAGINE_2010 folder.

  6. To install and configure ERDAS-Net licensing, click Install. When the ERDAS IMAGINE 2010 InstallShield Wizard window appears, click Next to continue.

  7. Accept the license agreement, and then click Next.

  8. Accept the default destination folder for installation and click Next.

  9. By default, all available modules will be installed. To avoid wasted disk space, you can choose to deselect unnecessary modules. Click Next, and then click Install.

  10. When installation is complete, check Launch License Manager to specify licensing information, and then click Finish. The ERDAS-Net License Admin Tool window will appear.

  11. Download and install the ERDAS Desktop 2010 Version 10.1 upgrade from IUware.

    Note: If you had a previous version of IMAGINE installed on your machine, you will see a message instructing you to copy the batch and/or the sessionrecovery file from $HOME\.imagine930 to $HOME\.imagine1000 . Follow the instructions, and then click OK to close the window. If you are using Windows Vista on the ADS domain, the sessionrecovery file is located at C:\Users\username.ADS\.imagine930 .

Continue with the appropriate set of instructions below.

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Connecting to the ERDAS central license service (IU network)

Note: If you are off campus, first connect to the IU VPN.

  1. To open the license manager, from the Start menu, click All Programs, then ERDAS 2010, then ERDAS-Net Licensing 2010, and then License Administration.

  2. In the ERDAS-Net License Admin Tool window, from the Server tab, select Add Remote Server.

  3. In the License Server Information window, in the "License Server" field, type erdas1.uits.indiana.edu . Next to "Port Number:", type 27001 . This is the primary license service. Click OK.

  4. To add the backup license service, from the Server tab, select Add Remote Server.

  5. In the License Server Information window, in the "License Server" field, type erdas2.uits.indiana.edu . Next to "Port Number:", type 27001 . Click OK.

  6. To test availability of a license service, expand the License Sources folder and select a feature (e.g., ERDAS MosaicPro). The number of licenses available will be 100 or less, depending on the number of people connected to the service. If you do not see anything listed under "Feature Properties", you are not connected to the license service.

  7. Close the ERDAS-Net Licensing 2010 window.

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Loading a local license for laptop or home computer

  1. To open the license manager, from the Start menu, click All Programs, then ERDAS 2010, then ERDAS-Net Licensing 2010, and then License Administration.

  2. From the ERDAS-Net License Admin Tool window, select System from the top menu, and then select Show SysID.

  3. Copy the local area connection (LAC) ID code or dongle number. If you purchased an ERDAS license from UITS, email this code along with your IU department name to the GIS Support Specialists, with "ERDAS 2010 license request" in the subject line. Use your IU email address; requests from outside IU will be denied.

    System IDs will be different for each computer.

  4. Once you receive the license file (.elf) by email, save it to your computer.

  5. To open the ERDAS-Net License Admin Tool, from the Start menu, click All Programs, then ERDAS 2010, ERDAS-Net Licensing 2010, and then License Administration.

  6. From the ERDAS-Net window, select File, and then Load license file.

  7. Click Browse and navigate to the directory where the license file is stored. Select the file, and then click Open. Click OK to confirm the license file pathway.

  8. To test the availability of a license service, expand the License Sources folder and select a feature (e.g., ERDAS MosaicPro). The number of licenses available will be at least one, depending on the number of licenses purchased from UITS. If you do not see anything listed under "Feature Properties", the license service is not running.

  9. Close the ERDAS-Net Licensing window.

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Example data available on SDA

ERDAS 2010 example data is currently not available. Additional software and data for IMAGINE 9.3 is available on the Scholarly Data Archive (SDA) in the following directory:

/cos1/hpss/e/r/erdasadm/ERDAS_software/imagine9-3/

This directory includes:

  • ERDAS 9.3 example data for IMAGINE and LPS
  • Leica Photogrammetry Suite (LPS) 9.3
  • ER Mapper 7.2 (Windows XP only)

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