Did you include DECnet OSI? I tried that and got same error. I tried DECnet IV instead and made it through.
Later I found AXPbox install guide and it explains about that error and simply answer 'no' and continue...
From: Info-vax <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Bill Gunshannon via Info-vax
Sent: Sunday, January 3, 2021 4:25 PM
Cc: Bill Gunshannon <***@gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [Info-vax] VMS 8.4-2L1 on AXPBox
Post by Jan-Erik Söderholm Post by Bill Gunshannon Post by Robert A. Brooks Post by Bill Gunshannon Post by John H. Reinhardt Post by Bill Gunshannon
I don't remember them being there when I got the base ISO but
they could have been. But then, my credentials would be expired
by now even if I remembered where to go. I suppose I could just
register again and see what happens but I expect that would
make more work for VSI.
Unlike with HPE the VSI credentisls don't expire after a few
weeks/months. Mine are still good from the initial email.
I dug around and found the original email. I now have the two
Layered Products ISO files. Thank you everyone.
Now, I have to figure out how to use them. :-)
Use LD to mount the .iso.
Actually, I just mounted the iso as a cdrom. It was the procedure I
wasn't sure I remembered. But I did. :-)
Of course, this brought up another interesting difference from my
beloved VAX. When I was having the original problem I reduced the
disk size thinking that could be the APXBox problem. The example I
was following used a 5GB disk. I reduced it to 1GB. After all, my
VAX could run just fine with 500MB, right? Afer installing VMS I
went to install the C Compiler. "Insufficient Disk Space"!! Wow.
Oh well. Back to the beginning and install it all again using the
bigger disk. Sigh....
Should not need to do a full re-install.
Create and mount a bigger disk.
Backup/image from your current system disk to the new one.
Reboot using the new disk as the system disk.
It's easier to just start a new install (mostly because I don't know how to do the copy off the top of my head) and go watch some football. :-)
Sadly, here's another new one. I have done 6 installs so far and never got this error. Is this one going to be a show stopper?
Portion done: 20%...30%...40%...50%...60% %PCSI-I-PRCOUTPUT, output from subprocess follows ...
%SYSTEM-F-ACCVIO, access violation, reason mask=00, virtual
C104, PC=000000007FDC5324, PS=0000001B
%PCSI-E-MODREPLERR, error replacing module INIT$SHR in library DISK$ALPHASYS:[VM S$COMMON.][SYSLIB]IMAGELIB.OLB -SYSTEM-F-ACCVIO, access violation, reason mask=!XB, virtual address=!XH, PC=!XH , PS=!XL %PCSI-E-OPFAILED, operation failed Terminating is strongly recommended. Do you want to terminate? [YES]