Silent Installation of Packages
You can install a package on a desktop in unattended mode, bypassing the installation user interface. The choices normally selected during an attended installation are included in a response .properties file, which you create. To activate the unattended mode, run the installer file from the command line with the following arguments:
--unattended <full path to your response file>
eclipse-4.4.2-installer-linux.run --unattended /home/root/unattended.properties
Below is a sample of an unattended installer response file.
If you fail to include a property or configure a property improperly, the installer indicates what the offending property is and the value it is expecting.
|delivery.install.folder||String||Yes||a path to the location where the package should be installed|
|delivery.install.architecture||“x86” or “x86_64”||Yes||32-bit or 64-bit architecture|
|delivery.install.ws||“cocoa”||Yes if installing to the Mac platform||Mac operating system|