You need to install the Endpoint Protection Linux agent on a client that does not have internet access.
Note: This only works with clients managed by the Endpoint Protection Manager (SEPM).
Release : 14.3 RU1 or greater
In order to create an offline installation package, you will need the following:
Note: Linux Agent needs access to the following site to create the offline package (https://linux-repo.us.securitycloud.symantec.com (as of 14.3 RU1))
Please review the article URLs that allow SEP and SES to connect to Symantec servers for more information on Symantec Sites
To create an offline installation package:
See How to create a local mirror of Endpoint Protection Linux repository for instructions on creating a local copy of SEP Linux installation packages.
Below is the full list of dependent packages which are required to be present at the Online Linux client where you are creating the Offline installation package.
In case if any package(s) is\are missing, you will need to install them.
Core System Packages List :-
upstart "An event-driven init system."
bash "The GNU Bourne Again shell (bash)."
sed "A GNU stream text editor."
gzip "The GNU data compression program."
tar "The GNU file archiving program."
gawk "The GNU version of the awk text processing utility."
grep "The GNU versions of grep pattern matching utilities."
findutils "The GNU versions of find utilities (find and xargs)."
coreutils "The GNU core utilities -- a set of commonly used utility applications."
module-init-tools "Kernel module management utilities."
util-linux-ng "A collection of basic system utilities."
filesystem "The basic directory layout for a Linux system."
shadow-utils "Utilities for managing accounts and shadow password files."
zip "A file compression and packaging utility compatible with PKZIP."
Dependent Libs :-
openssl "The OpenSSL toolkit (x86_64)."
glibc "The GNU libc libraries (x86_64)."
libstdc++ "The GNU Standard C++ Library v4 (x86_64)."
libgcc "GCC version 4.0 shared support library (x86_64)."
pam "PAM Authentication Libraries (64bit libpam.so)."
zlib "A Massively Spiffy Yet Delicately Unobtrusive Compression Library (x86_64)."
libacl "Utilities to administer Access Control Lists (x86_64)."
at "Job spooling tools"