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Solaris Native Installation


Article ID: 37670


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CA Virtual Privilege Manager CA Privileged Identity Management Endpoint (PIM) CA Privileged Access Manager (PAM)



This technical document will explain how to install a PIM endpoint on a Solaris machine using the pkgadd utility.  There are times where system administrators may want to use the install_base utility to install their PIM software solution, or there are some system administrators that want to use the native installer, 'pkgadd', to install packages on a Solaris system.




After using the tar utility to extract the package's contents into your desired directory, this is the syntax that is also needed.
./customize_eac_pkg -i /opt/seos -d /install/ CAeAC
This will set the installation directory to /opt/seos
./customize_eac_pkg -w Proceed -d /install/ CAeAC
This will set the license agreement so the preinstallation script doesn't fail.
pkgadd -d . CAeAC
This will install the package on the system.


Release: ACP1M005900-12.9-Privileged Identity Manager