I think someone has reported about this kind of problem earlier, but in my case the behaviour was a bit different, so I decided to make a new thread.
I have updated my CodeWarrior Professional Edition to 3.1.1 to use on device debugging with S60 3rd edition phones.
After update, I was able to generate SIS-file with no problems for S60 2nd edition application (I was using S60 2.1 SDK for CW).
However, with S60 3rd edition SDK, this automatic SIS-file creation failed. I left out signing SIS-file at the beginning to make thinks more simple - I just tried to make the unsigned SIS-file.
What happened is that the application was build with no problems, but at the SIS-file creation phase I got the following error message:
Error : Symbian Installer - error: file I/O fault.
helloworldbasic_armv5.pkg line 19
The application is the S60 Hello World Basic example from S60 3.1 SDK from Nokia Forum site, but the same happens with other applicationas I have tried.
The line 19 mentioned in the error message is the first line in pkg-file of files to install, like below:
I was using ARMV5 target type.
I have updated the Content Search Location in CodeWarrion Symbian Installation setting to be the same directory where the pkg-file exist.
Does this error message mean that the IDE can not find the file to be installed or someting else?