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September 20, 2016
I'm trying to create a script that automates the installation of GlobalSight on Ubuntu 14.04. I run into an issue when I try to automate running the Install.sh script. I pass the commands I would normally type in by hand as STDIN for that process.
./Install.sh << EOF2
For some reason this does not work and I get an exception
What am I doing wrong?
October 28, 2014
September 20, 2016
November 5, 2014
Maybe you can try it with expect script.
You may need install expect first.
$ sudo apt-get install -y expect
Then compose your expect script and run it with elevated privileges.
Here is an example.
#!/usr/bin/expect # script name: install_gs.exp spawn ./Install.sh expect "Select an option*" send "N " # put the screen prompts and your answers as many as you want # expect "blablabla" # send "" expect "Select an option*" send "7 " expect "Select an option*" send "3 " expect "Create Service*" send "true " expect "Select an option*" send "4 " expect "Create Database*" send "true " expect "Select an option*" send "I " expect "Do you really want to continue*" send "Y " expect "Press 'Enter' to continue*" send "Y " expect EOF
It seems the line end sign cannot show properly. Please add a line end sign (backslash + n) in each send text.
Hope this helps.
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