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Well we had slight hick up:-( We put the ISO online at 16:00 hours Amsterdam. But at 22:30 we withdrawn the ISO. As I type this a new one is being uploaded. We discovered what I would call a critical defect. The defect was in the fact that when installed to hard disc the two files os2 boot usbohcd.sys and usbehcd.sys where still the IBM version. We missed ONE pack file in which the files are. Os2image disk_5 usb was correct.
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Os2image bundle0 missed an update. The joys of IBM installer framework. Its pretty complex stuff.
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Sorry for the inconvience. The new ISO just finished uploading and will be accessible within 10 minutes again. Roderick Klein Mensys B.V.
I tried to install it today. It came as far as the disk test in phase 1.
Reported incomplete LVM info on disk 1 and 2 and told me this is normal on a non-eCS system. This computer runs eCS though. It offered to fix the problems, I clicked ok (have a backup). After that I started the install again and it said drive 1 was ok, but 2 still had errors.
Didn't show any partitios to install to. I broke the installation off and rebooted from harddisk.
Bootmanger showed the wrong drive letters, but the system booted. Used DFSEE to fix the LVW info and reinstall bootmanager.
Next try when I have more time and have figured out what's wrong with the lvm setup. Hi All I would love to give my first impressions but install failed to continue when I refused to complete a 'Base path.' (UNIXROOT) entryfield. I do not want the software and therefore do not need a UNIXROOT value. I have reported this as a bug and hope that it will be fixed for the GA. I do realise that I could have completed that field and then taken care to make sure that none of the software relying on UNIXROOT got selected for installation but I do not think install should stop there simply because the install routine is programmed to expect an entry.
I think the installer should recognise the empty path and *not* offer for installation any software relying on that path. Regards Pete. Well that's not how the installer works.
The page previous (the page before you specify the UNIXROOT path), thats where you need to make the selection. Click on the + for 'System extensions' 'Then software compatibility extensions' and under 'unix ports framework' You can switch the between the two options. Because the option is select by default to install RPM (which is needed for ODIN and QT 4 and Java) on the next page that option is displayed 'the unixroot path'. So you can disable that option BUT you will not get Java 6, QT 4 and ODIN and Flash. Roderick Klein Mensys B.V. Hi Roderick I'll give that a try.
No, I do not want any software installed by yum/rpm - or yum/rpm installed. I already have the apps you mention, plus more, installed without the benefit of yum/rpm to a non-boot drive. I'll simply take a WPS2REXX backup of my ecS2.1 Desktop, modify the cmd files generated by the backup and run only the cmd files required to create application/folder Desktop icons on my ecS2.2 Desktop.
It is a fairly simple way of 'migrating' a working Desktop to a different drive. Regards Pete. Om Shanthi Oshana Malayalam Movie Video Songs Free Download.
Hi Roderick The page you refer to is 'Next' not 'Previous' therefore it is necessary to complete the UNIXROOT field even though it is unwanted and unneeded. As regards installation: needs a little bit of work I think. 1] DOS was deselected but there is a populated os2 mdos directory and DOS drivers loaded at boot. 2] JAVA was deselected but I discovered that java11 gets installed anyway in os2 java java11 3] The correct NIC was detected and preselected during installation but the system has no connectivity after installation This may be due to the use of a genmac driver listed as UNTESTED in the genmac help but as the help does not give any useful details about installation - the Manual installation page basically says 'run the WPI file' - I cannot check config.sys entries. I can, however, point you to a driver that works fine with this nic Marvel 88e8056 4] What happened to the options to 'use pretty clock' and the good search tool pmseek.exe - did I miss them somewhere?
This 1 is my fault: I accidentally installed the 'enhanced file dialog' thingy. How do I get rid of that and reinstate the old file open/save dialog? Heat Transfer 9th Edition Solution Manual Jp Holman. Regards Pete.
Also correct. The selectable option in the installer refers to OpenJDK (Java 6) only. Java 1.1.8 is now always installed.
This was discussed a couple of years ago in a problem ticket, although I don't have the reference handy. Certain system components and configuration tools simply do not work stably with any later version of Java. Attempting to allow flexibility in this just caused too many ongoing problems and compatibility issues. Given how small and unobtrusive a minimal Java 1.1 installation is, it was decided to simply install it always. Please note that it is tucked out of the way in a system directory, and adds absolutely nothing to CONFIG.SYS or the environment.
I'm aware that some users will be unhappy about this. This is one of those issues where it's just impossible to satisfy everyone. Trying to compromise just led to unhappiness and confusion anyway. If you're really determined to excise Java 1.1.8 from your system (although it will gain you nothing besides 20 MB of disk space), you are free to uninstall it (from the Feature Install Base tree). I am really undecided about eCS 2.2, and the way that it installs.
I managed to get the first version of the eSC 2.2 install CD ISO, just before it was replaced by what appears to be an older version (not sure what that is all about, I wish I had not erased the first download). The first version did a pretty decent install into VBox (latest) under Win7. However, since it was, apparently, an incorrect installer, USB wouldn't work in VBox, and I decided to change some options, I tried the second ISO.
Five times, and I still couldn't get it to install properly. I use the ISO in VBox, and it does check out okay. One of the problems was that I missed turning off the RPM/YUM junk (well hidden, in a not so obvious place).
The installer crapped out in the middle of phase 2, because it couldn't install ODIN. Another problem, is that I set up VBox for two processors, and enabled the options that work with ACPI (works in eCS 2.1 in the exact same virtual machine).
The installer would not recognize the two processors, and it would not install ACPI, even when I changed to Modern, with ACPI, instead of Virtual Machine. Then, I changed VBox to use SATA/AHCI controllers. The pre-boot stuff worked okay, but eCS stopped shortly after the logo went away. More work to do with that configuration. So, back to the old default setup. ECS installed, without ACPI, without SMP, and it somehow identified the virtual Intel gigabit NIC as an IBM NIC. Even eCS 2.1 got that right.