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Permission denied in the middle of executing "OnCommandCloudManager-V3.0.0.sh" as "root"

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I am getting "Permission denied" error when I run the installation. Could somebody please help me out here?

 

# ./OnCommandCloudManager-V3.0.0.sh
Verifying archive integrity...  100%   All good.
Uncompressing OnCommandCloudManager-V3.0.0  100%
./OnCommandCloudManager-V3.0.0.sh: line 495: ./install.sh: Permission denied

Re: Permission denied when run "OnCommandCloudManager-V3.0.0.sh" as "root"

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Have you applied execute permissions?

 

chmod +x OnCommandCloudManager-V3.0.0.sh

 

 

Re: Permission denied when run "OnCommandCloudManager-V3.0.0.sh" as "root"

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Yes surely  did it. as you can see from the screen shot above.

 

 

as you can see,OnCommandCloudManager-V3.0.0.sh itself can be executed, and already been started, but just stopped at begining of the excution, when it tried to call install.sh, which seems not exsisted at all.

 

I tried many different ways on Linux, I suspect, the package itself has issues. I verfied the checksum no issues with downloading.

 

Re: Permission denied when run "OnCommandCloudManager-V3.0.0.sh" as "root"

Can you supply the log file under /tmp?

Can we do a quick webex to look at this?

 

Thanks,

Yaron Haimsohn

Solution Architect team lead

 

Re: Permission denied when run "OnCommandCloudManager-V3.0.0.sh" as "root"

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Hi Yaron, I just sent you a private messaeg. I would love to have a webex. Looking forward to it..

 

I cannot find the log file anywhere, not under /tmp neither.

Re: Permission denied when run "OnCommandCloudManager-V3.0.0.sh" as "root"

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Thank you.

 

On that specific topic - We don't support installing Cloud Manager on-premise on a RHEL which isn't 7.1/7.2 and soon CentOS 7.0.

 

Thanks,

Yaron