Use the Installer in GUI, Console, or Silent Mode

Introscope installers can run in these modes:
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Introscope installers can run in these modes:
  • GUI mode
     -- a series of windows that guide you through the installation and summarize the results when complete.
    • Windows: The Introscope installers default to GUI mode on Windows platforms.
    • UNIX: GUI mode is supported on UNIX systems where you can launch a windowing environment.
    On operating systems that do not support GUI mode, force the installer to run in a different mode. Force the install mode either at the command line or in the script that invokes the installer.
  • Console mode
     -- a series of text prompts that guide you through the installation and summarize the results when complete. Use Console mode to install Introscope components on machines without video cards, or Xservers. Console mode is the default mode on UNIX platforms. See Launching the installer in console mode.
  • Silent mode -- 
    invoked from the command line, the installer in silent mode obtains input from a specified response file. The Silent mode installer eases the process of performing multiple Introscope installations. The installer runs in the background and does not provide output -- you check the install log to verify the installation results.
The following table lists the supported installation modes for each operating system.
Platform
GUI
Console
Silent
Windows
Yes (default)
No
Yes
Solaris
Red Hat Linux
SUSE Linux
Yes
Yes (default)
Yes
AIX
No
Yes (default)
Yes
Other
Yes
Yes
Yes