installation problems

Can you help me with this? I get the following message when I tried to install Tamino 4.4.1 on my openSuse10.2. I don’t know what to do…
Thanks.

Marcus

Fri Nov 30 11:48:36 BRST 2007 TRACE - fileFind - search directory /root/ino/v4411/X_Tools/Tamino_Interactive_Interface/en/images
Fri Nov 30 11:48:36 BRST 2007 TRACE - >>> fileFind lFiles /root/ino/v4411/X_Tools/Tamino_Interactive_Interface/en/images application.properties
Fri Nov 30 11:48:36 BRST 2007 Error in -precmd: “can’t read “lFiles”: no such variable”
can’t read “lFiles”: no such variable
while executing
“lsort $lFiles”
(procedure “fileFind” line 15)
invoked from within
“fileFind $pFiles [file join $sStartDir $sSubDir] $sPattern”
(procedure “fileFind” line 12)
invoked from within
“fileFind $pFiles [file join $sStartDir $sSubDir] $sPattern”
(procedure “fileFind” line 12)
invoked from within
“fileFind $pFiles [file join $sStartDir $sSubDir] $sPattern”
(procedure “fileFind” line 12)
invoked from within
“fileFind lFiles $xtoolsDir “application.properties””
(procedure “prePostinstallPage” line 111)
invoked from within
“prePostinstallPage”
(“uplevel” body line 1)
invoked from within
“# Compiled – no source code available
error “called a copy of a compiled script””
(procedure “InheritCmd” line 1)
invoked from within
“InheritCmd pre postinstall standard +prePostinstallPage”
(in namespace inscope “::standard” script line 1)
invoked from within
“::namespace inscope ::standard {InheritCmd pre postinstall standard +prePostinstallPage}”
(in namespace eval “::” script line 1)
invoked from within
“# Compiled – no source code available
error “called a copy of a compiled script””
(procedure “::installation::evalPreCmd” line 1)
invoked from within
“# Compiled – no source code available
error “called a copy of a compiled script””
Fri Nov 30 11:48:36 BRST 2007 Leaving Page 24 (standard.postinstall)

Is your problem still there? I noted that the error messages are dated from November, your post seems to be two weeks old by now…

I have to admit that I did not see this error message yet, tried to install on opensuse 10.2 as well about three months ago. Did you run the installation according to the install manual on the CD? My problem installing on 10.2 was that I used APR 1.x (available via yast) instead of 0.9 (source from apache.org; you know: newer is better and backward compatible— not, at least not always).

Maybe my posting on the installation on opensuse 10.3 can help you, see

http://tech.forums.softwareag.com/viewtopic.php?t=13857&C=25,26,27