Date: Thu, 9 May 1996 04:40:09 GMT
Reply-To: Paul Gronke <gronke@ACPUB.DUKE.EDU>
Sender: "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>
From: Paul Gronke <gronke@ACPUB.DUKE.EDU>
Organization: Duke University, Durham, NC, USA
Subject: Install Crashes: SAS 6.11 on OS/2
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.