Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers Problem while installing WAS ND package Post 302415956 by sarfraz on Friday 23rd of April 2010 11:23:46 PM
Old 04-24-2010
Problem while installing WAS ND package

Hi everyone,
Hope u doing good.
I am trying to installl WebSphere Application Server(WAS) ND package, i got problem at initial level
I hope, the problem is with Mozilla browzer. Can anyone trobleshoot the problem


Code:
An error occurred while starting the launchpad for a WebSphere Application 
Server - Edge Components Version 6.1 product.

Installation programs on the product CD
==================================

If you already know what to install, you can locate the installation programs 
in the following directories on the product CD:

Edge Components:                /install
IBM HTTP Server:                /IHS/install
Web server plug-ins:            /plugin/install


More information on the product CD
==============================

If you cannot start the launchpad on the product CD after using the following 
procedure, you can find more information about any of the installable 
Components on the product CD in readme.htm.

Translated versions of the HTML document are in the /launchpad directory.


The procedure for correcting an error that is preventing the launchpad from displaying
======================================================================

The launchpad supports the following browsers:
   o   Mozilla, Version 1.4 or later
   o   Internet Explorer,  Version 5.5 with SP 2 or later

Use the following procedure to correct the error that is preventing 
the launchpad from displaying and to try to start the launchpad again:

1. If you do not have the Mozilla Web browser, download and install the Mozilla 
Web browser from www.mozilla.org. 

    On Linux and UNIX platforms, export the location of the supported browser:   

    export BROWSER=/usr/bin/mozilla


2. If the product CD is no longer accessible, insert the CD and 
   mount the drive if necessary on Linux and UNIX platforms.


3. Enable JavaScript in your browser. 

     On a Mozilla browser: 
         Click Edit > Preferences > Advanced > Scripts & Plugins: 
               a.  Enable JavaScript for: Navigator 
               b.  Allow Scripts to: (Select all boxes)
[root@localhost was]#


Last edited by pludi; 04-24-2010 at 10:46 AM.. Reason: please use code tags, and no signatures
 

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