The is the ‘boot’ or initial directory structure (previously called the ‘seed’) to expand into a ‘home’ directory of your choice in order to boot a new server. It contains working databases called ‘demo/readonly’, and ‘demo/writeable’ that you can immediately use. The public user is ‘testUser’ with password ‘db’ but the admin password is not included. (For that contact boilerbay). The normal place to put this initialization structure is $HOME/infinitydb-home. You also need InfinityDB Server v6.x, which you can get elsewhere, such as the trial version here in the shop. By booting a server, you have one similar to the one at https://infinitydb.com:37411. You will need to launch in http mode (non-SSL) until your SSL certificate is obtained for your host.
If you are not trying to boot a server, but just want to run InfinityDB in the regular pre-server mode of InfinityDB Embedded v4.x or InfinityDB Encrypted v5.x, you don’t need this initialization structure.
This data is also provided automatically if you create a server instance via the Amazon Web Services route.