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Multipathing Software Fails to be Installed in the Linux OS Due to Case-sensitive Letters in the Install.sh Script

Publication Date:  2012-07-18 Views:  104 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
In the Linux OS, the install.sh installation script is copied from the accompanying CD-ROM to the installation directory, and then it is decompressed and executed. An error is generated shown in the following figure.
Alarm Information
None
Handling Process
Step 1 Copy and decompress the script in the Windows OS, and then upload the decompressed script to the installation directory of the Linux server. In this way, the directory name and file names are case-sensitive. Step 2 In the packages directory, run the rpm -ivh command to find the installation package of the system version.
Root Cause
It is found that the directory of the install.sh script is Packages, but the directory where the decompressed script is stored is packages. The problem of case-sensitive letters also exists in many files. Part of code in the script is as follows.
Suggestions
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