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Old 11-11-2003, 01:06 AM   #1
Sabeer
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Problem in Installing Domino Server Help!!


Hi

I have Problem in Installing Lotus Domino Server 6.0

I have Red Hat Linux 9.0

I have downloaded Domino Server 6.0 from the site

and when I try to install it I face problems

When i start the installation with ./install script

I get the following error and I am not able to proceed

here is the Error

: command not found

: command not found

: command not found

: command not found

' /install: line 7 : syntax error near unexpected token '{

' /install: line 7 : 'CdPath() {

What could be the reason what is the way to solve this

wheather we can install it in Red Hat 9.0

Kindly Guide me to proceed


Regards
Sabeer
 
Old 11-11-2003, 02:01 AM   #2
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Go to line 7 of the install script and post the entire CdPath function. I sounds like there's a missing library somewhere.
 
Old 11-11-2003, 02:12 AM   #3
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Hi

Here is the Contents in the script

CdPath() {

# presumes CdPathRoot is set to the real absolute path of the
# kit (dist) root; the dir containing this file
# (not necessarily the root of the cd)

# in: $1: relative (to CdPathRoot) representative
path of
# target file
# $2: (optional) if "noescape", a
backslash char will not be used
# to escape a semicolon in the
filename
# returns: absolute real path of target, or
# ${CdPathRoot}/${1} if not found

targpath=$1

# try as-is
testpath=${CdPathRoot}/${targpath}
if [ -r $testpath ]; then
$echo $testpath
return
fi

# try upper-case
testpath=${CdPathRoot}/`$echo $targpath | $tr [a-z] [A-Z]`
if [ -r $testpath ]; then
$echo $testpath
return
fi

# try lower-case
testpath=${CdPathRoot}/`$echo $targpath | $tr [A-Z] [a-z]`
if [ -r $testpath ]; then
$echo $testpath
return
fi

# try upper-case with version ";1" appended
if [ -r ${testpath}\;1 ]; then
if [ "$2" = "noescape" ]; then
$echo "${testpath};1"
else
$echo ${testpath}\\\;1
fi
return
fi

# didn't find it
$echo ${CdPathRoot}/${targpath}
}



Do I need to Change anything

What Shall I do What is missing
Anyone face this problem before
Guide me futher

Regards
Sabeer
 
Old 12-22-2003, 09:33 AM   #4
thebrain
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Here is an install script from Domino 6.5 (not too sure if it will help):

CdPath() {

# presumes CdPathRoot is set to the real absolute path of the
# kit (dist) root; the dir containing this file
# (not necessarily the root of the cd)

# in: $1: relative (to CdPathRoot) representative path of
# target file
# $2: (optional) if "noescape", a backslash char will not be used
# to escape a semicolon in the filename
# returns: absolute real path of target, or
# ${CdPathRoot}/${1} if not found

targpath=$1

# try as-is
testpath=${CdPathRoot}/${targpath}
if [ -r $testpath ]; then
$echo $testpath
return
fi

# try upper-case
testpath=${CdPathRoot}/`$echo $targpath | $tr [a-z] [A-Z]`
if [ -r $testpath ]; then
$echo $testpath
return
fi

# try lower-case
testpath=${CdPathRoot}/`$echo $targpath | $tr [A-Z] [a-z]`
if [ -r $testpath ]; then
$echo $testpath
return
fi

# try upper-case with version ";1" appended
if [ -r ${testpath}\;1 ]; then
if [ "$2" = "noescape" ]; then
$echo "${testpath};1"
else
$echo ${testpath}\\\;1
fi
return
fi

# didn't find it
$echo ${CdPathRoot}/${targpath}
}
 
Old 01-25-2004, 12:19 PM   #5
cajunteacher16
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Double Check!!

I had the same problem and determined that I was downloading the Domino 6 installer with Windows and then transferring it. It was placing characters in the install file that Linux was puking at. Download it with Linux and then go from there. Worked for me.

Have Fun!!
 
  


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