Am I going crazy or have I missed something?
I have downloaded the 700MB tar file from the Special Edition web page.
When I extract it, it creates a single directory called "disk1".
Inside that directory, there is an executable script called "setuplinux".
When I run that script, it terminates with an error message saying there is insufficient disk space in /tmp to extract the files. But there is more than 30GB free!
If I tell it to ignore disk space checks (-is:nospacecheck), it fails with "no JRE installed". But the open JDK is pre-installed.
I have even installed the jre/jdk from Sun (java6). Still no luck.
When I try and specify the java home (-is:javahome <path the any of the jre's>), it still fails.
If I enable debugging (-is:log debug.log [I think, I can't remember offhand]), the log file contents messages saying that it can't find the JRE from the environment or the jvmlist..
If I manually run the installation wizard: "java -cp mcu_10.jar run" (or whatever the jar is called), the install shield dialog comes up, and after I specify the target directory, the wizard spends about 20 - 30 seconds doing nothing (no network, disk or CPU activity) before complaining about a missing dependency (ldd) and that cwde is not installed.
Thereafter there are a few more error dialogs.
After all this, there are no files installed at the installation directory (/usr/local/Freescale/...).
Please, what am I missing?
Has anyone installed onto Ubuntu 10.10 64bit?