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Installing Linux Agents - how to

Installing Linux Agents - how to

Installing Linux Agents - how to

I'm having problems installing Linux Agents on Madrake 8.0. Everything it's fine choosing the options and the kind of agents I need but the installer shows errors when try to copy files to the installation directory, like TNG/services not such a file or directory where TNG is the installation directory, and when try to run a script, said not such a file or directory too... :@ I don't know what to do because it's the first time I'll install TNG agents in other OS than Windows, somebody could gimme a how to and tips to have a success install???? thanks for all...
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RE: Installing Linux Agents - how to

It might be the soft links. I don't know specifics about your problem but have experienced the same kind of error with the Workload agent - particulary if the sofware has been installed before, or a previous version has been upgraded.
look for a directoy called CAlib.
On solaris this will be installed in /usr/local/CAlib
It may be that the links in this directory are not valid to your current installation.

Also worth checking the licencing directoy (but I cannot remember where this is located sorry)

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