I'll have to dig, but its the old error saying it can't find a /dev/random and to install your own.
/dev/random is there, and I compared permissions/etc with another functioning RHEL5.7 box and it matches. Not sure if this is a know issue and I need to get a newer hotfix for the agent, but then i'll run into compatibility issues with the CLM-bundled BBSA 8.1.2 appserver.
Every time I have seen this in the past, it is because someone is trying to install the 64bit agent on a x86 system.
Actually, another common reason for this to happen is the exact opposite. If you try and install the 32-bit agent on a 64-bit box but have never installed the 32-bit compatibility libraries, you'll also get an error related to this.
When you get the error, you can try the following and see what it says:
1) cd <INSTALL_DIR>
2) Run "bin/openssl rand 1024"
See what the execution of that command says.
That's the command that's run to determine whether or not you have a working /dev/random.
Update and resolution:
To be safe, I re-downloaded the RSCD Agent from EPD for version 8.1 SP2 64-bit. It was not the cause of the issue. What I did notice was that the installer was erroring at the beginning "unable to find file", which scrolled quickly if you don't pay attention.
The cause was that the RHEL6 Image we were using did not have rpm file-5.04-11.el6.x86_64.rpm installed. Therefore, no /usr/bin/file was available to be used by the installer.
Once we installed this RPM, the installer finished correctly.