We are trying to automate the installation of the PAM Authentication Agent for RHEL systems in our environment. Is there a response file for the agent install? Thank you in advance for any help!
We do not have such a file. However, PAM agent 126.96.36.199 (currently we are on 188.8.131.52)
will have a new silent install option. A few details on how that can be accomplished is below.
About the release date: You can open a case and ask for information about AAPAM-568,
which is the work being done on 184.108.40.206 and silent installation. Do not hold me to this, this is
not written in stone, but an estimate is within 1 month from today.
When the feature does exist, a new -s option will be available.
You can do a silent install of pam agent by creating a config file, and installing PAM with the -s option.
Silent installation: Before running install_pam.sh, create an installation configuration file. The installation configuration file should contain the following lines, in that order:Observe a normal PAM installation, and note the questions and answers you need to give: 1. would you like to continue silent installation (y/n) 2. do you accept the license terms and conditions 3. directory of the sdconf.rec file 4. the root path for the RSA Authentication Agent for PAM directory 5. would you like to Upgrade/overwrite existing installation (y/n) 6. alternative root path for the RSA Authentication Agent for PAM directory (optional, relevant only if the previous line is 'n') So, create a config file with the answers...An example of the installation configuration file can be found between the dash lines below: -------------------- y Accept /var/ace /opt y -------------------- Note, on some platforms, for example, SELinux, the number of lines might be different. In which case, the correct format of the installation configuration file can be derived from observing an interactive installation. Then run install_pam.sh with the '-s' or '--silent' option: $ ./install_pam.sh -s < CONFIG_FILE Where CONFIG_FILE is the installation configuration file you have created earlier.
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