I'm trying to get CA Introscope Workstation to install using the silent install but i'm stuck. No matter what I do, i consistently get this message:
... eula.txt is not a valid End User License Agreement.Edit the responsefile so that the eulaFile property refers to a valid End User License Agreement whose terms have been accepted, then rerun the silent installer.
I noticed that there was no eula.txt file in the package when i encountered this document:
Launch the Installer - CA Application Performance Management - 9.7 - CA Technologies Documentation
However upon further searching i found the following links:
New ASM, Exec Insight, APM KBs for June 2015
Responsefile EULA error on silent install
So according to the second link, i copy lgpl.txt to the install directory and rename to eula.txt.
Then I add a line at the end as per the original instructions that says LGPL=accept.
I still get this error.
I also tried renaming ca-eula.txt to eula.txt and changing the last line to LGPL=accept, just in case.
Does anybody have a valid EULA file? I compared lgpl.txt to ca-eula.txt and they are VERY DIFFERENT. Even down to formatting. lgpl.txt is all clear text with nothing commented out. ca-eula.txt has nearly every line commented out except for CA-EULA=accept.
I don't exactly understand what the executable is looking for in eula.txt that it isn't finding and my only real comparison is the ca-eula file.
What version of APM?
I neglected to mention i am installing introscope 9.7 workstation on windows 7 computer using installfile.exe -f response.file and that the response file is configured to point to eula.txt for the package install and ca-eula.txt for the client install.
Never mind; I missed the 9.7 link in your post.
The EULA is for the OSGI package available at http://opensrcd.ca.com/ips/osgi.
The path "http://opensrcd.ca.com/ips/osgi" has been mentioned on the user guide below, but it wasn't specifically mentioned that it is needed for silent installer for workstation. I have entered a feedback for that page:
Download External Component Packages - CA Application Performance Management - 10.0 - CA Technologies Documentation