can you put the assignment and export on 2 different lines. i think that export VAR=val does not work in all shells.
Do you know if the script set a specific shell during the install process? We tested from the session & the sets worked fine. On the RHEL4, that wouldn't seem to explain why only a portion of it didn't work. I can give it a try though - the end justifies the means in this case!
it's probably using /bin/sh
Well going 'old school' worked for my RHEL4 box, I'm guessing that HP & AIX will work as well once I get the opportunity to retry. Bizzare that the only thing it tripped up on for RHEL4 was the last entry...
Thanks Bill & co!
No dice on HP11.31 Itanium VM, neither file was touched, here's the latest nsh-install-defaults effort:
# cat nsh-install-defaults
I just noticed single-quotes were placed around the NSH_USER_FROM value, but that shouldn't have impacted the insertions (just would cause problems with cred authentication, if anything).
Are you using the .SH installer or the native (local) installer? The native installer doesn't read nsh-install-defaults - at least the ones I tested on 8.0.
Yeah, I don't think the native installers will work w/ the silent response file. I've been using the scripts.
We use "BLAdmins:*" (ie double quotes rather than single quotes), but I would have expected single quotes to work too. It works on all our Unix platforms, but the only platform we don't have at the moment is HP-UX ...
Drat! Thanks for the reply tho!