This bundle has only been tested on the 64 bit versions of RedHat 5/6.
Coral is Java based and should be platform independent. However, the Coral team has only tested the previously mentioned platforms. If you feel you are comfortable installing computer software and plan to install Coral on other platforms, here are the general guidelines. Detailed instructions are not avaliable. If you are successful running Remote Coral on other platforms, we would like to hear from you and share what you did with others.
The following software is required to run Remote Coral.
If you do not have a JRE installed on your computer or need to upgrade to JRE 7, please click here to go to the Oracle Java home page from which you can download the latest JDK/JRE 7 release.
The first time you run Remote Coral, you will see something similar to the following dialog boxes.
This shows that Java Web Start is running and downloading the Coral application.
This type of dialog box is prompting you if you want install and run Coral Remote software which has been signed by an Unknown source and whose digital signature has not been verified. Despite the warning, this is legitimate so make sure the Always trust content from this publisher box is checked and then click on the Run button to continue.
This is Coral starting up.
This is Coral's login window. Use your CMSE MUMMS username and password to login.
If you would like to upgrade or reinstall your Remote Coral bundle, simply delete the entire
coral-remote directory and follow the installation instructions for your platform. For example, Windows users would: