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Old 01-30-2002, 08:56 AM   #1
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Angry Need help installing SAP on Linux

I have installed Red Hat Linux 6.1 on a standalone PC with the ff RPM installed:
However, when I put the SAP demo Cd in and clicked install, I get
the ff message: "Currently there is no R3SETUP connected to this
wizard. Please start R3SETUP on your target machine with the ff options: -glocalhost.localdomain:3175" How do is start R3SETUP with the above given info in Linux? By the way R3SETUP is on the SAP program cd under directory /mnt/cdrom/UNIX/LINUX_32. When I click it nothing happens.

Please help! I am new to Linux and used to windows where I simply click install or setup and I'm home free.
Old 05-26-2004, 03:26 AM   #2
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to install sap

have you tried installing 7.1 or higher because i have not tried on lower ver.
u need java rpm file and for sap "Platiunm" jar file.


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