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tail: cannot open `+245' for reading: No such file or directory

Hi,

while i installing jai-1_1_2-lib-linux-i586-jdk.bin in the unix m/c . i got some error like :

Unpacking...
tail: cannot open `+245' for reading: No such file or directory
Checksumming...
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The download file appears to be corrupted.  Please refer
to the Troubleshooting section of the Installation
Instructions on the download page for more information.
Please do not attempt to install this archive file.

i am newlly to jai api , please give the hint ,so i can install jai api properlly.

Thansk and Regards,

Shankar shal

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shankarshal
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upanwarCommented:
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shankarshalAuthor Commented:
Thanks for give the reply. but still i have same problem. this link in not given solution.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Linux/Setup/Q_24310551.html 
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shankarshalAuthor Commented:
Hi ,
I had set the environment variable : export _POSIX2_VERSION=199209
after that jai api install properlly.

regards
shankarshal
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Daniel McAllisterPresident, IT4SOHO, LLCCommented:
As a way of explanation:

There are THREE "generally accepted" ways to send an argument to the TAIL program to tell it how many lines to display:
  "-xxx", "+xxx", and just plain xxx. The latter is considered "bad form" because having a file name containing ONLY numbers is legal, valid, and not unusual -- which creates a possibility of ambiguity.

Your current version of TAIL didn't accept the +xxx format of the argument in the scipt (truthfully, the -xxx is the more common format), but adding the POSIX definition as you did causes TAIL to accept the +format after all.

Just wanting to put an explanation behind the fix.

Dan
IT4SOHO
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Vadim RappCommented:
This question has been classified as abandoned and is being closed as part of the Cleanup Program. See my comment at the end of the question for more details.
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