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CW2K aborts at CSCOcvw1 package varification

Trying to install cw2k 5th edition 3 times after unistall on solaris 5.8 box with ALL the right patches the install stops at CSCOcvw1 package varification....

What would you suggest?

Jim D

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Blue

Re: CW2K aborts at CSCOcvw1 package varification

In the ciscoinstall.log file, what is the exact error message that you're seeing where the install aborts?. Also, is this error message you get while installing CD-One or RME?

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Re: CW2K aborts at CSCOcvw1 package varification

Installing CD one and "ERROR: Package varification failed

CSCOcvw1 aborting"

Thanks,

Jim

Blue

Re: CW2K aborts at CSCOcvw1 package varification

Is this a fresh install of CD-One or an upgrade from a previous version?. Does the install also stops with messages of SWAP space etc?

New Member

Re: CW2K aborts at CSCOcvw1 package varification

We had 4th edition on and did an upgrade but the install told us that we needed some solaris patches which we did. We then tried to install and the install aborted. We uninstalled the partially installed 5th edition and it has stopped at this point the last two tries. There is no message about swap files.

I had a thought that f for some reason my netscape browser was not functioning correctly could this stop the install at the CSCOcvw1 package?

Jim D

Blue

Re: CW2K aborts at CSCOcvw1 package varification

Seems like the install script did not worked properly and then the un-install did not clean up the system either. The best way would be to run the un-install script and after that clean up the rest manually using pkgrm. But in this case if you have not done any backup of your previous data then you'll loose everything saved. Else, if you have a good backup of your 4th Ed, just wipe out everything and do a clean install again of 4th and then upgrade to 5th. Contact TAC if you need further assistance.

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