Are you by any chance trying to install from a shared directory? If so move to another temp directory and install from there. Else you can look for the log under this folder and paste here:
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Thank you for your response, Vinu. There is no log file that is created in that location. I did, however, find this:
I have attached it to this message. I appreciate your assistance.
From what I can tell right now, it looks like java is jacked up on my machine. Anytime I try to run "java -version" or try to access my keystore I get "Trace/BPT trap" as my output and a crash log is added in the same location as where the attached crash log is. I recently updated JVM for Mac to Update 1 via Apple Software Update a couple of weeks ago. I have JDK 1.5 (32-bit), JDK 1.5 (64-bit), JDK 1.6 (32-bit), and JDK 1.6 (64-bit) installed so...
What is even more strange for me is that I am able to install Beta 2 without issues. It's installed in under 20 seconds.
I know for a fact that my JVM was currupted some how which was the cause of my issue. Given the lack of time to troubleshoot this coupled with the fact that Beta 2 expires on Jan 1, 2010 I decided to wipe my HDD and reinstall Snow Leopard. All works as expected now. I noticed that I now only have Java 1.6 (32-bit) and Java 1.6 (64-bit) installed after doing this. And finally, I have not yet installed the JVM for Mac Update 1 yet. I'd be curious what would happen if I tried it after updating Java. Another day. :-)
Thanks for the confirmation. Mac Update 1 with JDK 6 should work well as
expected. Let me know if you face any issues.