I've attempted to install Jython 2.1 on a SCO OpenServer box and have =
run into a couple of issues. Even though the installer does not =
recognize the "OpenServer" operating system, the GUI interface permits =
one to choose a generic "UNIX" operating system. Choosing this option =
allows the installation to continue, and everything appears to work fine =
from there. With the non-interactive option, though, a message "can not =
get flavour null for os 'OpenServer'" appears and the installation is =
While there are a couple options we have to get around this, none of =
them are particularly attractive. (We train our installers to =
completely disable the GUI on OpenServer, so they are familiar with it.)
Would it be possible for you, then, to add an additional command-line =
parameter to the non-interactive installer? It would be nice if one =
could specify a generic UNIX installation, even if the installer doesn't =
recognize the operating system.
I apologize if this topic has been discussed already.
Thanks for your time,
From: Finn Bock <bckfnn@wo...> - 2002-05-31 13:02:34
> Would it be possible for you, then, to add an additional command-line parameter to
> the non-interactive installer? It would be nice if one could specify
> a generic UNIX installation, even if the installer doesn't recognize the
> operating system.
The installer already support a '-f flavor' option.
<java interpreter> jython-21 -f unix -o Jython-2.1 demo lib source