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Re: hi Cant load informix online 5.2 on linux -8 ( rpm file) #2

Hi,

As Tsutomu said it's a bug in the RPM package of Red Hat 8, I know two
workarounds:

1. - When you get the error message type 'OVERRIDE', (all caps and without
the apostrophe).

2 .
export RPM_INSTALL_PREFIX=/opt/informix
export INFORMIXDIR=/opt/informix
install without any relocation

HTH




----- Original Message ----- 
From: "RATHER" <myzahoor@yahoo.co.uk>
To: <informix-list@iiug.org>
Sent: Friday, December 26, 2003 11:57 PM
Subject: hi Cant load informix online 5.2 on linux -8 ( rpm file)


> Hello friends
>
> REcently i download Informix online5.2 ffrom iiug.org  site for Liunx.
> Now i am trying to load this online5.2 version on linux 8. I have already
> user informix created and am giving the followin coomand  from the root.
>
> rpm -i --relocate /opt/informix=$INFORMIXDIR 110197612040731.RPM
>
> THIS gives me the following error:
>
> ERROR: INFORMIXDIR doest match the target directry name provided in the
rpm
> command. If you are not  installing this product in the  default
INFORMIXDIR
> name for  Linux (/opt/informix), You must provide your INFORMIX dIRECTORY
> name with the -- prefix ( rpm 2.x Syntax) or -- relocated ( rpm 3.x
Syntax)
> paramater in your rpm -i command line.
> then again  i used the following also but gives me the same error:
>
> rpm -i --prefix /usr/informix 110197612040731.RPM
>
> So pleaes anyone suggest me what t do next.
>
> REgards
>
> RATHORE
>
>
>
> sending to informix-list
>

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