Date: Tue, 22 Jan 2002 22:09:44 +0100
Reply-To: Rune Pilgaard <philehof@RHK.DK>
Sender: "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From: Rune Pilgaard <philehof@RHK.DK>
Subject: Re: SAS 8 Installation Problem
if that's the problem I am pretty sure the copy should do. It's the setinit
that isn't compliant.
You'll need the server license.
"Roger Lustig" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> If you don't have a server copy of SAS, it won't install on WinNT/2K
> Robert Saunders wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Hoping someone can help our network administrator with an installation
> > problem...
> > We have created a data server with the following specs:
> > - SuperMicro 6040
> > - Win2000 Server
> > - Dual P3 1 GHz
> > - 2 GB RAM
> > - OS Drive is 8 GB 15K rpm (cheetah)
> > - 4 Data drives are 40 GB 10K rpm (cheetah) each
> > - data drives are RAID5 striped
> > We're installing SAS8.2 to the OS drive.
> > When we load the CD, the autorun takes us to the initial setup menu.
> > If we run the SAS System Setup, the installer launches and sends us to
> > the welcome screen; we hit next, but when it gets to the next screen the
> > dialog box says it detected we do not meet the minimum system
> > requirements. If you select the checkbox and hit next, it says it will
> > update you to the minimum; however, when we do it, the wizard produces a
> > "Severe" error message saying it cannot run the wizard.
> > If we run the System Requirements Wizard directly from the initial setup
> > menu, we get a "Code 5: invalid procedure, call, or argument while
> > executing d:\swr\setup.exe". SN-001841 says this only occurs in NT with
> > SP3 (which is not the situation here).
> > If we go to the directory mentioned and run the program, we get an error
> > message saying it's not a valid Win32 application.
> > Anyhelp/suggestions greatly appreciated...
> > r
> > ################################
> > Robert C. Saunders, M.P.P.
> > Box 90 GPC, Vanderbilt University
> > Nashville, Tennessee 37203
> > T: 615.322.8284
> > F: 615.343.2661