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ca robot install linux

Any Linux platform supported by UIM robot (RHEL, Debian, and Ubuntu).

1. Copy the appropriate Linux installer to /opt on the target system. Ex: nimsoft-robot-*

2. Create an answer file without space between the key value pairs.

domain=<domain name>

hub=<Hub Name>

hubip=<Hub IP>

robotip=<Robot IP> (optional)

hubrobotname=<Hub robot Name>


3. Run the rpm using the following command

a. On Red Hat, SUSE, or CentOS, execute the following command, where <arch> is i386 or amd64:

rpm -ivh nimsoft-robot.<arch>.rpm

b. On Debian or Ubuntu, execute the following command using sudo, su -c, or as the root user. Specify <OS> as debian or ubuntu, and specify <arch> as i386 or amd64.

dpkg -i nimsoft-robot+<OS>_<arch>.deb

ツ ツ ツ ツ ツrpm_install.jpg

4. Execute the script to configure the robot when the installer exits.

a. Go to /opt/nimsoft/install directory.

ツ ツ ツcd /opt/nimsoft/install

b. Edit the file for the installation.

  • Comment the below line

ツ ツ ツ ツ #build up the temp file

ツ ツ ツ ツ $SED "s/~${key}$/${val}/" $PREFIX/nimsoft/robot/robot.cfg > $PREFIX/nimsoft/robot/robot.cfg.temp

  • Add the following line

ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ $SED -i "s/~${key}$/${val}/" $PREFIX/nimsoft/robot/robot.cfg

  • Comment the following line.

ツ ツ ツ ツ #move the changes

ツ ツ ツ ツ ツmv ${PREFIX}/nimsoft/robot/robot.cfg.temp ${PREFIX}/nimsoft/robot/robot.cfg

  • Save the changes.

ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツscript.JPG

c. Run the script using ./

ツ ツ ツ ツ ツ ツツscript_runu.JPG

5. Verify the robot.cfg under /opt/nimsoft/robot directory whether the values mentioned in answer file updated in robot.cfg or not. If not updated, then there is some problem in updating the cfg file. So you can open a case with support team.

6. The installation is complete. To start the robot, use one of the following commands.

For Red Hat, SUSE, CentOS, or Debian:

/etc/init.d/nimbus start

For Ubuntu:

initctl start nimbus


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