I am trying to install LMS 3.1 on to a Solaris 10 box running 10/08. I have downloaded the latest patch cluster from Sun and installed this.
When I run through the installation, I get the warning at the start of the installation about the 'correct verison of Solaris'
I have a much newer OS Installed but I am ignoring this message so I press y and the installation continues. I then select the products that I wish to install (all of them).
the install then continues and I get a list of all the products (along with the warning that DFM HP-OV adapter will not be loaded). I am then tols 'press enter to continue' I tis at this point that the installation script fails and I get the following
Press y to reselect the components or ENTER to proceed ? (y/n) [n]:
INFO: Checking dependencies
/opt/software/lms31/install/dp.sh: -classpath: not found
Re: Problem Installing LMS 3.1 on Solris 10 (10/08)
To get the benefit of having the installation DVD on the hard disk while still making the volume appear to be a mounted optical disc, I use the following method (untested/unsupported by Cisco, YMMV) which also saves the trouble of physically swapping multiple discs:
1. Mount the DVD somewhere and make an ISO image of it.
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