|Date: ||Thu, 9 May 1996 19:48:03 GMT|
|Sender: ||"SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>|
|From: ||Don Stanley <dstanle@IBM.NET>|
|Organization: ||Information Power|
|Subject: ||Re: Install Crashes: SAS 6.11 on OS/2|
I have read on a few newsgroups that fix pack 17 can cause problems, and one
explicitly mentioned that ISDEL task. The suggestion made was to scrap that fix
pack, I think 10 was recommended and 17 not.
In <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com (Paul Gronke) writes:
>Has anyone installed SAS 6.11 on OS/2? The installation program
>crashes whenever I try to change the default directory. After I
>change the directory on the opening screen, the program closes down
>and I have a rogue process, ISDEL, listed on my process list. I have
>to kill this manually.
>If I choose CUSTOM install and try again to select a different target
>directory, the same thing happens.
>The program apparently will install in TYPICAL, but I don't have 293
>megabytes of space on my D: drive (nor do I want to dump 293 megs of
>SAS onto my box!).
>The only way I can install is to run CUSTOM/CLIENT as if I was always
>going to run SAS off of the CD-Rom. Unfortunately, since this is a
>site licensed copy, I have to give the disk back.
>Any help, experiences with installing SAS 6.11 on OS/2 appreciated.
>Micron P-90 (micronics MB), 16 meg RAM, SCSI hard drive (1.2 gig,
>BusLogic controller), running OS/2 Warp (not connect) with fix pak 17
>installed. SAS 6.10 already running.
Don Stanley DSTANLE@IBM.NET Information Power Limited
SAS Institute Quality Partners
Wellington NEW ZEALAND
Author : Beyond The Obvious With SAS Screen Control Language
Currently Writing : Effective Use Of The Frame Entry In SAS Software
another chapter bites the dust ...