On December 2, 1999 at 18:01, "Steve Pacenka" wrote:
It will not work to do something like:
with the current drive/directory set to something other than d:\tmp .
From the documentation:
IMPORTANT You must be in the same directory as the install.me
program when you run it.
So Steve is correct. You need to install from a shell prompt. I
recommend installing the Cygwin package for a (free) decent shell
and Unix tool environment for Win32. But NT's command shell will
Read the installation documentation for more information and usage
notes for Win32 systems.
I recently erased my only NT workstation installation but I believe that
Earl uses NT now so he will probably reply.
I only use NT if I am paid to do so. I run Linux at home, and at my
current paying workplace, I do not have easy access to an NT box. I
have a Sun running Solaris 2.6, a Dell running Lose98, and an old HP
Vectra running RH Linux 6.0.
I used an NT box (mostly as an X terminal) at my previous place