Installing Network Agent for Linux in silent mode (with an answer file)
You can install Network Agent on Linux devices by using an answer file—a text file that contains a custom set of installation parameters: variables and their respective values. Using this answer file allows you to run an installation in the silent (non-interactive) mode, that is, without user participation.
To perform installation of Network Agent for Linux in silent mode:
Create the answer file (in TXT format) in the directory that you have specified in the environment variable. Add to the answer file a list of variables in the VARIABLE_NAME=variable_value format, each one on a separate line.
For correct usage of the answer file, you must include in it a minimum set of the three required variables:
You can also add any optional variables to use more specific parameters of your remote installation. The following table lists all of the variables that can be included in the answer file: