This installation Guide is intended for COMMZGATE Messaging Server v4.3 for Linux (2011)
1) Overview & Installation
COMMZGATE Messaging Server v4.3 consists of 3 components:
All 3 must be running for COMMZGATE Messaging Server to function properly.
Starting all 3 can be done using "commzgate_ctl" found in the bin directory.
2) Starting and Stopping
To start COMMZGATE, run this command found in <INSTALL DIR>/COMMZGATE_Messaging_Server_v4.3-linux/bin
To stop COMMZGATE:
3) Logging to the Web Interface
Upon installation, login to the Web Management interface at http://127.0.0.1:8080/commzgate/
The default login ID and password can be found in the README file in your installation package.
Please change the default password immediately upon login!
4) GSM transceiver modem device
You will require a GSM modem device with a working SIM card to send and receive SMS.
Devices can be purchased from http://store.commzgate.com
Default configured modem port for Linux is /dev/ttyS0
If you are using the USB version of our modem device, change the port setting to /dev/USB0, /dev/ttyUSB0 or the correct port that your OS has assigned the USB connection.
You can configure the port that your device is connected to by logging to the COMMZGATE Web Management interface and going to: Configure > Preferences
If you are installing on a 64-bit system and face this error:
"/lib/ld-linux.so.2: bad ELF interpreter: No such file or directory"
32 bit libraries are missing from your system
You can fix this with the following steps:
On any RPM based distribution (CentOS/RedHat/Fedora/Suse/Mandriva):
yum -y install glibc.i686
On any DEB based distribution (Debian/Ubuntu/Mint/Crunchbang):
apt-get install ia32-libs