This guide will assist you in properly installing CA Identity Manager (IDM) on Linux Operating Systems.
Required rpm packages as specified in the following link:
IDM 12.6 related link
IDM 14.3 related link
NOTE: You can use newer versions of the packages.
NOTE: If you wish to use Provisioning Manager, you will need to download CA IdentityMinder r12.6.x/14.x Server components for Windows and install Provisioning Manager on a Windows OS.
Here is a list of common errors and resolutions:
Confirm that you have installed csh / reinstall csh
Checking operating system...
Checking kernel parameters for required minimum values...
Cannot find version information for existing installation. Installation procedure aborted.
Check your eCSinstall and confirm you are not experiencing any kernel value problems if not try removing the following file and reinstall.
An earlier version of CA Identity Manager has been detected (188.8.131.52.386), but
the Installer is unable to locate the installation files
Please uninstall the previous version of CA Identity Manager and rerun.
In the path /var exists some hide files that you need to erase:
.com.zerog.registry.xml and another file with the name : .CA_configuration_settings find and delete those.
Additional Notes: ERROR - Command failed: Invoking Framework Installer
Return Value: /tmp/498449.tmp/install_fw.sh: line 1: /home/nambiar/install/idm_install\Framework\iamfw.exe: No such file or directory
Cause / Resolution:
If you did not untar the file locally before and used winscp or filezilla to transfer the file the binary sometimes gets messed up. Please completely delete your install media, and execute tar -xvf IDM media.tar locally on the machine.