[SunRay-Users] installing SRSS 4.0
uncch4ever at gmail.com
Mon Mar 8 04:56:03 EET 2010
That sounds about right.
Sounds like the CD was directly copied on a Windows system, and not
the actual iso image. Download the latest. To a CD if necessary.
A temp fix. It may work if you move the full folder under /cdrom to a
directory on the drive of the system. Then change permissions on the
copied folder, with the following as root or sysadmin.
# chmod -R 755 <file>
Try what you tried before, but on the newly. Copied files.
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On Mar 7, 2010, at 5:51 PM, Craig Bender <Craig.Bender at sun.com> wrote:
> Sounds like the files got truncated on the rip or was burned using a
> file system that Solaris doesn't understand. Just grab the latest
> from the link provided, extract and run ./utinstall from a terminal
> (i.e. it is not a graphical installer)
> 4.0 is 2 revs old.
> midasxl42 at charter.net wrote:
>> Well thats great on the support cause i called them and its like 2
>> weeks for them to get back to me for support contract..
>> I don't know on the install am i supose to be in the terminal
>> window to install. Cause i'm in gnome desktop and i run a terminal
>> from there and do a -su for admin right if i'm correct.
>> But when i read the cd it only shows the utinstall file as utinst~1.
>> I know thw command is ./utinstall but that won't work i have to
>> use ./utinst~1 for it to startthe install process and then i agree
>> to the ULA and its errors out with the
>> admin_deafult error..
>> Its been a while for me back in unix again have to relearn all the
>> But the SRSS and Sun Rays are nice and im going to try to install
>> 60 of them next year at the school so trying to get a head up on
>> how everything works..
>> Thanks for the help..
>> ---- Craig Bender <Craig.Bender at Sun.COM> wrote:
>>> I really don't think any help from Sun right now is impossible and
>>> I know they did not fire all the support workers since I work with
>>> them on a daily basis. They are all still there and Oracle people
>>> are being trained as we speak, so if you are being told different
>>> I'd like to know.
>>> I'm not sure what happened to your message, but a spelling and
>>> grammar checker would be nice. Honestly, don't make us work to
>>> try to figure out what you are trying to say. Thanks.
>>> If you have a normal full installation of Solaris 10 5/09 and root
>>> privileges to install, ./utinstall should not balk about any perms/
>>> It is a rarity to actually get install media for SRSS, so I'm
>>> assuming that you downloaded it from here:
>>> Did you have any errors on extraction?
>>> midasxl42 at charter.net wrote:
>>>> Hello i hop eim in the righ tplace but i having a heack of a time
>>>> trying to get SRSS to install on a solaris x89 server. when i run
>>>> the ./utinst i go thrythe ULA and i hit y to proceed and it give
>>>> me an error can't fine admin_default folder.
>>>> I have tryed everywhere to get this to work and trying to finds
>>>> any help on iit is impossable to find.
>>>> it talks about permissions but you cant set permissions on a cd i
>>>> have tryed to copy it to the tmp folder and run it from there and
>>>> still the same issue.
>>>> Any help on this issue would be great..
>>>> and any help from sun right now it almost impossable also. trying
>>>> to buy a support contrace but ya have to wait 2 weeks to get one
>>>> of them going cause the fired all the sun workers that handeled
>>>> the supports contracts for SRSS..
>>>> Thanks Randy
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