General Description: After the completion of the 3.1i Solaris Install, a user tries or runs any Xilinx executable from the 3.1i install location, but none of the files have execute permission set.
The 3.1i Solaris Installer is script-based. The script initially sets up the environment, and then makes a call to Netscape. Once the install has completed, the Netscape window will give a message that install has completed; however, the script in the terminal window will continue to run, during which time it restores the permissions on the files that were delivered during the install.
When you receive the message from the Netscape window that the installer has completed, it is okay to close the Netscape window; but if the terminal window is closed, the script will be aborted. This will result in the files within $XILINX/bin/sol not being changed to have execute permission.
To work around to this situation, the user can run $XILINX/.xinstall/mnf/restoreMode.sh.