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AIX: The size of the extracted file to be installed are corrupt.

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I am trying to install with installshield 11.5 on AIX and get the following message:  The size of the extaracted file to be installed are corrupt. Please attempt to download the Installer again making sure the file is transfered in binary mode.   I am installing off a CD and know the files are not corrupt.  
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by:omarfarid
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what is the format of the cd and how it is mounted?
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by:craigsodell
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Hello Omarfarid..
I used this mount command:  mount -r -v cdrfs /dev/cd0 /cdrom
and the format of Mode 1  Character set IOS9660 (standard ISO CD-ROM)
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how this cd was created?
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by:craigsodell
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I created this CD with Nero,
No multi session
Relax ISO restrictions,
  allow path depth of more then 8 directories
  allow more then 255 chars in path
  allow more then 64 chars for Joliet names
  Write and Finalize CD
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so the cd content was downloaded some how?
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by:craigsodell
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I created the cd from my Installshield build on my desktop. was not downloaded from anywhere...
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by:woolmilkporc
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Just a hint -

only the ISMP 11.5 Premier Edition is supported under AIX 5.3.

wmp

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by:woolmilkporc
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Use 'vi' to look at your setup.bin -
Any carriage-return (^M) in there? ISMP doesn't like that, obviously.
There is also a slight chance that your Java is not compatible/not found.
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wmp,  Thanks for your hints.  I'm using the premier edition, and I'm not a great vi person but will give that a whir.  The Java should be fine, but I will check my Java levels and the level of my JVM that I'm using.  Thanks again... I'll let you know what I find.  craig
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case closed,  64bit JVM were included and not needed.
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