How to use Kaspersky Update Utility 3.0 (for Linux/FreeBSD) from the command line

 

Kaspersky Update Utility 3.0

 
 
 

How to use Kaspersky Update Utility 3.0 (for Linux/FreeBSD) from the command line

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2019 Jan 16 ID: 11712
 
 
 
 
This article concerns Kaspersky Update Utility 3.0 Maintenance Release 2.
 
 
 
 

To start Kaspersky Update Utility from the command line, run the uu-console.sh file and use the following parameters:

Parameter Description
-u Run an update.
-o <filename>
-c <filename>
Set configuration file name. If this parameter is not specified, the updater.ini configuration file will be used by default.
-t Enabling tracing.
-d Enable dump files to be created when the application crashes.
-s Enable silent mode (no messages displayed).
-r Enable report generation.
-h Display a description of the parameters.

When starting the application from the command line for the first time, read carefully the Kaspersky Lab End User License Agreement in the file license.txt, the Product and Services Privacy Policy in the file license.txt, and the Kaspersky Security Network Statement in the file ksn.txt Press Y on the keyboard if you agree with all the points.

To change whether or not you consent to participate in the Kaspersky Security Network, open the updater.ini file in a text editor and set the value of the AgreedWithKsn parameter to equal:

  • true, if you agree with the Kaspersky Security Network Statement.
  • false, if you do not agree with the Kaspersky Security Network Statement.
 
 
 
 
 

Example of starting the utility from the command line

 
 
 
 
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