The web tier installation log file reports the following message:
<WTHOME>/webtierBootstrapper/126.96.36.199.0/config/config.sh: line 5:
/tmp/Webtier/linux-x86_64/jdk/bin/java: Permission denied
By default the file will be located in /opt/RSASecurity/RSAAuthenticationManagerWebtier/ and will be named Install_<version and patch of web tier install>_<date_stamp>_<time_stamp>.log. For example, Install_V188.8.131.52.0_20150411130727_8551451671209760854.log
During a command line installation of the web tier software on a supported Linux platform, the administrator is required to provide a user account for the installation user. The error will appear if the defined user account does not have permissions to use /tmp/Webtier/linux-x86_64/jdk/bin/java.
As a workaround to get the web tier software installed an administrator can do the following:
As root, on the web tier server, navigate to /tmp/Webtier/linux-x86_64/jdk/bin.
Change the file permissions to be that of the installation user in of the programs in /tmp/Webtier/linux-x86_64/jdk/bin.
Also change the execution rights for the installation user and root. If the installation user is rsaadmin, the commands to change the permissions would be:
chown rsaadmin *
chgrp rsaadmin *
chmod 755 *
This would result in the following when running ls -al on the directory: