Go to a command prompt and type:
.† A window will appear with some explanatory text about the installation procedure.† Read carefully through the message and answer y when it asks if youíd like to continue.
You will be prompted for the username and password of a user account that will be created for you.† This user account will exist within your siteís Reciprocal Net installation and will have site administrator privileges.† (Reciprocal Net user accounts are unrelated to MySQL database user accounts, GNU/Linux user accounts, Tomcat user accounts, or Apache user accounts.)† Many users choose to use their personal username (8 characters maximum) and password, although itís recommended that you choose a Reciprocal Net password thatís different from your GNU/Linux account password.† You can use this user account later to create additional Reciprocal Net user accounts so that your colleagues can access the system.
Next youíll be
prompted to enter the database
Notice that while the init mode was running, it created three database user accounts for you and wrote the passwords to /etc/recipnet/recipnetd.conf for safekeeping.