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IBM Connections 4.0.0 - What you need to get started

Thomas Hampel
 8 September 2012

IBM Connections 4.0.0 has just been released under part number CB89IML (For licensing details, see this document)

In order to get this deployed in a Linux environment, here are the components you need for a medium deployment.

Download the following Installation Media from
Passport Advantage

IBM Connections V4.0 for AIX, Windows, Linux Multilingual eAssembly(CRJH8ML)
  • IBM Connections V4.0 Wizard for Linux, AIX Multilingual(CIA3HML) - 538 MByte
  • IBM Connections V4.0 for Linux, AIX Multilingual(CIA3EML) - 1516 MByte

IBM WebSphere Application Server for Connections 4.0 Multilingual Multiplatform eAssembly(CRJI0ML)
  • IBM WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment V7.0 for Linux on x86-64 bit, Multilingual (C1G35ML) 771 MByte
  • IBM WebSphere Application Server Network Deployment V7.0 Supplements (1 of 2) for Linux on x86-64 bit (C1G36ML) 246 MByte
    (you do not need Supplements 2 of 2 for the Pilot)
 IBM DB2 and Tivoli for Connections 4.0 Multilingual Multiplatform eAssembly(CRJH9ML)
  • IBM Tivoli Directory Integrator Identity Edition V7.1 for Linux x86, Multilingual(CZ9MMML) - 524 Mbyte
  • IBM DB2 9.7, Enterprise Server Edition - Restricted Use - QuickStart Guide and Activation Multiplatform Multilingual (CZ381ML) 2 MByte

Download the following Installation Media from
Fix Central
PS: Make sure to verify your environment with the system requirements documented in
Technote 703593.
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