On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 11:07:28AM +0530, Himanshu Joshi wrote:
>    The error again is
>    Error: Unable to access jarfile ./util/gui-installer/installer.jar

IIRC you were having issues with building with Java earlier.  I suspect the 
above may be a
result of that.  Possibly you just need to make sure all the prerequisites are 
before building and then you'll get the java parts built.

>    I tried through command line as well
>    and ran the following command
>    ./inst_sge -m -x -csp
>    again the error was
>    "sed: can't read dist/util/install_modules/inst_common.sh: No such file or
>    directory
>    [3;J"

Not sure where that error message appeared relative to the messages below.  I'd 
fixing the localhost issue and seeing if the above perissts.

>    with the following display
>    Welcome to the Grid Engine installation
>    ---------------------------------------
>    Grid Engine qmaster host installation
>    -------------------------------------
>    Before you continue with the installation please read these hints:
>       - Your terminal window should have a size of at least
>         80x24 characters
>       - The INTR character is often bound to the key Ctrl-C.
>         The term >Ctrl-C< is used during the installation if you
>         have the possibility to abort the installation
>    The qmaster installation procedure will take approximately 5-10 minutes.
>    Hit <RETURN> to continue >>
>    after hitting return
>    the message appears like
>    "Unsupported local hostname
>    --------------------------
>    The current hostname is resolved as follows:
>    Hostname: localhost
>    Aliases: localhost.localdomain localhost4 localhost4.localdomain4
>    localhost.localdomain localhost6 localhost6.localdomain6
>    Host Address(es):
>    It is not supported for a Grid Engine installation that the local hostname
>    contains the hostname "localhost" and/or the IP address "127.0.x.x" of the
>    loopback interface.
>    The "localhost" hostname should be reserved for the loopback interface
>    ("") and the real hostname should be assigned to one of the
>    physical or logical network interfaces of this machine.

Update the system hostname to something other than localhost.  Assuming this
is a linux box then modifying /etc/hostname should change it from the next 
boot.  You can use the hostname command (or hostnamectl with a systemd based
system) to change it from now until next boot.  Other unix like systems should
be fairly similar.

You also need to change what IP address this hostname refers to.  Usually just 
the /etc/hosts file to include a line referencing the ip address of a 
non-loopback interface
the hostname and the fqdn of the machine.


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