The Java Virtual Machine is bundled with the Introscope installers on Sun Solaris, Windows, AIX, and Red Hat Linux. By default, an Introscope component runs on the JVM with which it is bundled. You can specify that a component use a different JVM during the installation process. The JVM bundled with Introscope depends on the operating system where you install the component.
Trying to install the IntroscopeWorkstation for APM10.5.1 on Fedora 27.
The JRE provided in the installer IntroscopeWorkstation10.5.1.8linux.bin ends up with a Java that is not executable.
Is there a way to pass a parameter to the installer to use a different JVM for the install ?
Run the Installer with an Alternate JVM
Use the silent install with the response file point to an Alternate JVM