[ut2003io] No Readme dialog box
leith at qasr.mine.nu
Tue Oct 1 22:29:48 EDT 2002
Thanks for your reply. I do have write access, i was installing to
~/UT2003. I tried unchecking the symlink box as well as putting a valid
entry for where I might like a symlink. Interestingly if I uncheck the
symlink box, then check it again, I get this error in the console:
Gtk-WARNING **: invalid cast from (NULL) pointer to `GtkEntry'
Gtk-CRITICAL **: file gtkentry.c: line 490 (gtk_entry_get_text):
assertion `entry != NULL' failed.
I do have adequate free space, and the instller reports it accuratley
If I unset the DISPLAY env variable, I get this.
leith at qasr:/mnt/cdrom$ ./linux_installer.sh
Copying to a temporary location...
Verifying archive integrity... All good.
Uncompressing Unreal Tournament 2003 for GNU/Linux
No UI drivers available
----====== Unreal Tournament 2003 installation program ======----
You are running a x86 machine with glibc-2.1
Hit Control-C anytime to cancel this installation program.
There is then no response to anything typed into the console, so I
Ctrl-C, and it quits gracefully. Still no install though =)
Any other ideas?
Ryan C. Gordon wrote:
> Leith wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I have tried running the installer from the CD, and also my home
>> directory. I have tried running it as root as well as a user. I am
>> not mounting using supermount, or whatever that is. Typing mount
>> gives me:
>> /dev/hdd on /mnt/cdrom type iso9660 (ro,user=leith)
>> The entry in /etc/fstab is:
>> /dev/hdd /mnt/cdrom iso9660 ro,user,exec,suid,dev 0 0
>> My problem is, I cannot get past the first screen that comes up. It
>> asks for a install dir, and after I enter it the free space field
>> gets filled in, and the begin install button is greyed out.
> Do you have write access to the directory where it wants to put
> symlink? Is there really enough freespace in the install directory's
> filesystem and do you REALLY have write access there?
> If so, from the command line, do:
> unset DISPLAY
> before running the thing and see if the text-based install works for you.
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