Error when installing RPM Package on Linux via Kaspersky Security Center 10

 

 

Kaspersky Security Center 10

 
 
 

Error when installing RPM Package on Linux via Kaspersky Security Center 10

Back to "Troubleshooting"
2017 Apr 05 ID: 13350
 
 
 
 

If you try to install an RPM package via Kaspersky Security Center 10 on certain Linux operating systems, an error occurs, and the installation is interrupted.

Cause:

For Fedora earlier than version 20, the Defaults requiretty parameter in the /etc/sudoers file is uncommented by default. As a result, you can run sudo only during the terminal session, and the installation script returns an error if you try to install it remotely via SSH.

Solution:

To fix this problem using Kaspersky Security Center 10, comment the Defaults requiretty parameter in the /etc/sudoers file.

 
 
 
 
Was this information helpful?
Yes No
 

 
 

Have you found what you were looking for?

Please let us know how we can make this website more comfortable for you

Send feedback Send feedback

Thank you!

Thank you for submitting your feedback.
We will review your feedback shortly.