Unable to install trial version on linux

Unable to install trial version on linux

Post by Ben Thomps » Thu, 11 Nov 2004 18:17:56



Try:
cpio -icvdumB < IIF_9.40.UC5_linux_tl.cpi

Ben.
 
 
 

Unable to install trial version on linux

Post by Neil Trub » Thu, 11 Nov 2004 18:29:19


Sounds like your download has ended prematurely. How big is your download
file - they're normally between 450 and 550 MBytes compressed, depending on
whether you have the Java bobbins. Check the download size on the download
site (was it Passport Advantage?) against the size of your file.

 
 
 

Unable to install trial version on linux

Post by Colin Bul » Thu, 11 Nov 2004 18:52:50


Martin Thole wrote

Cpio requires the redirection sign to point from the file, so you need -

cpio -i(other options) < filename

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Unable to install trial version on linux

Post by Martin Tho » Thu, 11 Nov 2004 19:52:03

> Try:

the correct statement is:
- cpio -ivdumB < IIF_9.40.UC5_linux_tl.cpi
- without "c"

Thanx

Martin


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Unable to install trial version on linux

Post by Andreas Br » Thu, 11 Nov 2004 21:04:49


Hi,

please try the cpio command without the '-c' option, e.g.

cpio -idvum < IIF_9.40.UC5_linux_tl.cpi

Andreas



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