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Configuring the Linux Hardware
All Linux related settings like network configuration and storage settings should be done by a certified ToolsOnAir partner. After that it is not required to change any just:in related settings on the Linux server, as every setting can be done via the just:connect User Interface.
Number of usable Channels
The number of Channels you can use depends on the Linux server (= hardware). By default just:in Linux v2.0 supports these hardware configurations:
- 4xHD or 1x4k/UHD (up to p60)
- 8xHD or 2x4k/UHD (up to p60)
Expansion PCIe Cards
just:in Linux is shipped as a server appliance and comes with a video card already integrated. It is also possible to add another PCIe card to the second slot, like a fibre channel card to connect different storage systems to the Linux appliance.
The system is shipped with two 10Gbit RJ45 ports by default.
The system is shipped with an internal RAID (RAID0 or 10). This RAID is available at /media/internal_raid/ingest and is shared via SMB by default. The default user is "justin" and the default password is also "justin".
Please consult a certified ToolsOnAir partner or a member of ToolsOnAir when enabling any post record file move processes in order to prevent problems.
Installation of the just:in User Interface
- The just:in User Interface can be downloaded from our support system. Follow the regular installation procedure described in the appropriate User Manuals.
- Alternatively you can connect to the just:in Linux system via SMB. The default user is "justin" and the default password is also "justin". Mount the sharepoint /media/internal_raid/tools. Afterwards you may copy the just:in User Interface from there and follow the regular installation procedure described in the appropriate User Manuals.
just:in Mac and just:in Linux are using the same user interface, which is currently version 4.0.