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Old 27th July 2007, 15:23
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Question SCO OpenServer Error - there are not enough disk resources

Hello,

My System configuration is as:
IDE Hrad Disk = 80GB
RAM = 512MB

While doing installation of SCO Open Server 5.0.7, I got stuck at second phase (i.e. IQM). During this phase, I selected for "Fresh" installtion and after that go for "Customizing Partitions and FileSystems". But it automatically takes "Total available space on disk = 159MB". Of 159MB, it alocates 64 MB to root(/). Now Optional Software size goes beyond the size of root . So, I now I have two options:

1) I can increase the size of root , or
2) I can reduce the size of "Optional Software Selection"

As i cannot increase the size of root because it shows "Total available space on disk = 159 MB", which is unalterable. Initially, it takes 320MB for "Optional Software", which is 256 MB greater than root. Now I reduced the size of "Optional Software" to 54 MB by deselecting all the softwres which are initially selected.

But as i proceed further, it displays an error saying -
"There are not enough disk resources"
For root (/) filesystem, space needed = 127MB

So, anyone can help me out.
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Himanshu
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Old 28th July 2007, 10:05
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You're the first person that I know that uses SCO...

Are you required to use it, or could you also use something different like Debian, for example?
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Old 30th July 2007, 07:15
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You're the first person that I know that uses SCO...

Are you required to use it, or could you also use something different like Debian, for example?
No, I have to install SCO OpenServer and no other alternative will work for me. As I have to work on the filesystems of SCO OpenServer(DTFS, HTFS, EAFS), so it can only be possible once SCO OpenServer gets installed.

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