When installing SAS on an Ubuntu machine, I ran into issues like
/bin/sh being linked to
/bin/dash instead of
/bin/bash and the deployment wizard not starting. This post helped me resolve my issues.
<pre class="src src-sh">sudo rm /bin/sh
sudo ln -s /bin/bash /bin/sh sudo apt-get install xauth x11-apps libstdc++5 ia32-libs libxp6 ## deployment wizard not starting sas -work /tmp
The default work directory for sas is
/usr/tmp. This isn’t available on Ubuntu. You can always use the
-work argument on the command line or change the default location. Change it in
/usr/local/SAS/SASFoundation/9.2/sasv9.cfg). Other default options such as memsize could also be changed in that config file.