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Advant® OCS with Master software User Documentation CD-ROM with the Article Number: 3BSE 008 143R1001

Introduction
This CD will be updated and released 1 to 2 times a year to reflect the latest version of the User Documentation. The documentation is written in FrameMaker® and converted to Acrobat™ format and can be read with Acrobat™ Reader. Acrobat™ Reader Version 3.0 is available for installation from this CDROM.

Contents
The contents of this CD is listed in the Booklist file.

Notice
The information on this CD is subject to change without notice and should not be construed as a commitment by ABB Automation Products AB. ABB Automation Products AB assumes no responsibility for any errors that may appear on this CD. In no event shall ABB Automation Products AB be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages of any nature or kind arising from the use of this CD, nor shall ABB Automation Products AB be liable for incidental or consequential damages arising from use of any software or hardware described on this CD. This CD and parts thereof must not be reproduced or copied without ABB Automation Products AB’s written permission, and the contents thereof must not be imparted to a third party nor be used for any unauthorized purpose. The software described on this CD is furnished under a license and may be used, copied, or disclosed only in accordance with the terms of such license.

License
Each copy of the CD is licensed to one specific user. The license allows free use of the CD within the customer site or local ABB company that has acquired the license. Any use of copies made from the original CD supplied by ABB Automation Products AB (in English or translated into other native languages) is entirely at the responsibility of the customer or local ABB company that acquired the CD license. Any compensation claims for damages as a result of changes made by the customer or local ABB company compared with the CD original content or context will not be reimbursed by ABB Automation Products AB.

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How to Use This Disk Opening a File in HP-UX 10.:$ su (to become super user) password # mkdir /cdrom # mount -e -F cdfs -o cdcase.ro. :$ hpterm -name AcroReading & (will be occupied while reading) :$ StartAcrobat [hostname] (if available on your system else) . 9. Insert the CD into the CD-ROM drive connected to the Advant Station 500. The Acrobat™ Reader and Open (file) are now available.:$ cd /usr/local/acrobat (just to make sure in the new window then) :$ bin/acroread (start the Acrobat™ Reader from the new window) 6./INSTALL # rm *. or use the bookmarks in the overview area at the left side. The file containing that entry is opened at the appropriate page. Install and Start the Acrobat™ Reader 1. Open a Terminal Window (max dialogue on) <System Config> . 8. which contains the titles of all the books on the CD. 2. :$ cdoff (or become super user and unmount the CD file system) # umount /cdrom (to make it possible to eject the CD-ROM from driver) 7.TXT (there are some useful hints) # exit (you don’t have to be a super user) 5. :$ su (become super user if not done) # cd /usr/local # mkdir acrobat # cd acrobat (/usr/local/acrobat) # tar -xvf /cdrom/acrobat/a_setup/acrounix/acrdsrch.tar # . Note that the super user is not needed to do the 'cdon'.20 Mount & unmount cdrom.TAR (save some disk space) # more INSTGUID. Click on a book title in the Booklist to open that book.pdf Select Booklist. 3BSE 009 961D0009 . to start the Acrobat™ Reader nor to do the 'cdoff'.<Station> 3.nosuid /dev/dsk/c1t2d0 /cdrom (to make the CD file system available) 4. use the filter to find /cdrom/acrobat/*. :$ cdon (if ’cdon’ is available on your system else) . Click on an entry in the Table of Contents or the bookmarks in the overview area at the left side.

Click the TABLE OF CONTENTS in the bookmark overview area at the left side. 9. 3. which contains the titles of all the books on the CD. 5. Choose Open from the File menu and select the CD-ROM drive. A window is displayed containing the Booklist file. 2. 6. 7. This start the Acrobat™ Reader program and opens the Booklist file. which contains the titles of all the books on the CD.Opening a File in Windows 1. 2. This opens the Booklist file. Insert the CD into the CD-ROM drive. 6. 5b. 7. This opens the Booklist file. Click on a book title in the Booklist to go to the Front page of that book. Double-click on the Booklist icon. Start the Acrobat™ Reader by double-clicking on the Acrobat icon. Click on an entry in the Table of Contents or the bookmarks in the overview area at the left side. Click on an entry in the Table of Contents or the bookmarks in the overview area at the left side. 9. 3BSE 009 961D0009 . and the Acrobat directory. 4. and the Acrobat directory. 8. Opening a File on a Macintosh 1. A window is displayed containing the Booklist file. Insert the CD into the CD-ROM drive. Click the TABLE OF CONTENTS in the bookmark overview area at the left side. Double-click on the Booklist icon. and the Acrobat directory. Make sure that Acrobat™ Reader is installed. 4a. Choose Open from the File menu and select the CD-ROM drive. A window is displayed containing the Booklist file. Click on a book title in the Booklist to go to the Front page of that book. 3a. The file containing that entry is opened at the appropriate page. Select the CD-ROM drive. Start the Acrobat™ Reader by double-clicking on the Acrobat icon. You can click in the overview area at the left side to go to the group of books you prefer. 4b. The file containing that entry is opened at the appropriate page. or 3b. Double-click on the Booklist icon. 8. 5a. Make sure that Acrobat™ Reader is installed. which contains the titles of all the books on the CD. Start the File Manager by double-clicking on the File Manager icon. You can click in the overview area at the left side to go to the group of books you prefer.

WARNING. Therefore. See Acrobat™ Exchange documentation. under certain operational conditions. Other Features • You can search for a word or words within a file by using the Find command in the Tools menu. • Click on INDEX in the Table of Contents or in the bookmark overview area at the left side to go to the index register file. use one of the following methods: • Use the scroll bar. CAUTION. WARNING. and NOTE information where appropriate to point out safety related or other important information. • Click on the Page buttons in the window border. to the previous page. • The CD-ROM has a Global Index and if you use Acrobat™ Exchange (in stead of Reader) you can search for any word or phrase in all books from anywhere. • Click on an index entry to go to that location within the book. • Use the page up and page down keys. 3BSE 009 961D0009 . • Use the commands on the View menu. which take you to a specific page. Using Hypertext Hypertext links let you jump from one file to another (or to another location within the same file) through one of the following methods: • Click on a book title in the Booklist to go to the Front page of that book. result in degraded process performance leading to personal injury or death. and CAUTION hazards are associated with equipment or property damage. • Click on a cross-reference to go to another section within the same book. to the next page. • Click the TABLE OF CONTENTS in the bookmark overview area at the left side. and NOTE This publication includes DANGER. comply fully with all DANGER. it should be understood that operation of damaged equipment could. CAUTION. DANGER Hazards which could result in severe personal injury or death WARNING Hazards which could result in personal injury CAUTION Hazards which could result in equipment or property damage NOTE Alerts user to pertinent facts and conditions Although DANGER and WARNING hazards are related to personal injury. • Click on a heading in the Table of Contents or in the bookmark overview area at the left side to go to that location in the book. and CAUTION notices. Notes Use of DANGER. • You can resize your view of a document by clicking on the Zoom buttons in the window border. and so on. • Click on a figure title or table title in the bookmark overview area at the left side to go to that figure or table in the book.File Navigation in Acrobat™ Reader Navigating through a File To navigate through a file. WARNING.

Switzerland.FrameReader®. AdvaBuild® and ABB Master® are registered trademarks of ABB Asea Brown Boveri Ltd. FrameMaker®. Other product names used herein are trademarks of their respective companies.1.1 installed. Known Problems There are no Hypertext links in references between manuals in this version of the CD-ROM.20 or later operating system software • CD-ROM disk drive • 8MB of available hard disk space • 32MB of RAM WINDOWS version • A computer with an 80386 processor and 8MB of RAM • A hard disk with 5MB of free space and a CD-ROM disk drive • Windows 3. Acrobat™ and Acrobat™ Reader are trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated.3 or later (DOS 5. and DOS 3.2 or later • A 13-inch monitor or PowerBook display Trademarks Advant®. All rights reserved. running in 386 enhanced mode.System Requirements Advant Station 500 Series version • 9000 series workstation • HP-UX 10. Copyright © ABB Automation Products AB 1999. AdvaInform®. and a mouse compatible with Windows 3 MACINTOSH version • A Macintosh computer with a 68020 processor and 5MB of RAM • A hard disk with 5MB of free space and a CD-ROM disk drive • Macintosh System software 7. AdvaCommand®. 3BSE 009 961D0009 .0 or later recommended) • A VGA monitor and adapter.