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InstallAnywhere Troubleshooting in Unix

installanywhereExpert created the topic: InstallAnywhere Troubleshooting in Unix
When running the installer against a 1.1.x VM, the Show Password Panel action will not echo keyboard input as asterisks. A bug in certain Java 1.1.x implementations may
cause an installer to crash if the text field has the echo character set. If the Unix installer is run against a 1.1.x VM, this panel will show the entered password as clear text.
The Show Choose Java VM Console action traces symbolic links for any data entered as a path to a VM. This can lead it to display an unfamiliar path. InstallAnywhere does not support pre-Java 2 Virtual Machines on RedHat 9. This is due to a known problem caused by RedHat switching to a new threading model in this

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