I am trying to install vms 23 on Solaris. I downloaded CD 1 from the Cisco web page and then used the UNIX tool unzip to extract the 3 parts into the same directory. Once all the files where inflated, I ran ./setup.sh from the directory. The installation appears to run correctly up until a stage where I receive the following message on the terminal screen:
ERROR: The following base package image is bad: CSCOjre2.
Darin, it "should" be the same process to unzip the files as it is for the Windows version. Your decompression program should recognize that all three are part of a single image (Winzip does this). Perhaps the UNIX tool doesn't know how to do it properly. Have you tried a different tool?
Hi Tom, many many thanks for you reply. zip files that include multiple parts usually are marked with an extention of z01, z02, zip etc>>
And then what? Do you just copy the files to a CD and hope that the Solaris understand the file format that you have chosen. It all sounds like trial and error to me. I am no Solaris guru but what happened to great tools like tar, gzip etc.
On one occasion while I was unzipping the files using wizip 8.1, it prompted me to overwrite files. The error said that the file already existed in the directory and would I like to overwrite it. Usually you would like to avoid this type of thing.
It would be far easier if it where a cd image of sort.
Hi Darin, I agree that having an .ISO image would help.
I used Winzip 9.0 to extract the files to a single directory and was prompted only once to replace coreCMFRoleMap.xml (I think that was the file). I did not try to install it because I don't have a Solaris server. It may be your unzip options are not set to use folder names?
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