Silent Installation

Our installers support silent installation.  See instructions below.

Macintosh
Whatever the installer application filename is, for your silent install, append /Contents/MacOS/installbuilder.sh in your command-line script. Let’s say you downloaded our installer for RSMB v5.2.4 for OFX hosts, and the installer name is RSMB5OFX-5.2.4-osx-installer.app.  The actual program for the silent install that you will run will be inside the installer application package, and will be RSMB5OFX-5.2.4-osx-installer.app/Contents/MacOS/installbuilder.sh. In the examples below we will assume the installer name is REVisionInstaller.app.

You’ll need to run as root in order to be completely silent, otherwise you will asked to type in you admin name and password credentials in a dialog box before proceeding.

To install a demo version, or one that will be using our floating licensing scheme, you’ll simply run the installer like this:
REVisionInstaller.app/Contents/MacOS/installbuilder.sh ––mode unattended ––acceptEULA 1
Note the use of two dashes for each argument. The last argument tells the installer that you accept our EULA, found here.

If you are going to use floating licenses, then you need to set up the machine so that our plug-ins know where the server is. Instructions found here.

If you are not going to be using floating licenses and have a registration name and key pair that is specifically for multiple machine use, run the installer as follows. Make sure to surround the provided registration name in quotes, so that installer receives the full registration name, with appropriate spaces.
REVisionInstaller.app/Contents/MacOS/installbuilder.sh ––mode unattended ––acceptEULA 1 ––regName "Registration Name" ––regKey [your 16 character reg key]
Windows
Let’s say you download an installer from our site, and it’s filename is REVisionInstaller.exe. You’ll need to run the installer from a shell or script that has the highest Windows privileges in order to be completely silent, otherwise you will asked to verify the installer can make changes, even if you are already logged in as an administrator

To install a demo version, or one that will be using our floating licensing scheme, you’ll simply run the installer like this:
REVisionInstaller.exe ––mode unattended ––acceptEULA 1
Note the use of two dashes for each argument. The last argument tells the installer that you accept our EULA, found here.

If you are going to use floating licenses, then you need to set up the machine so that our plug-ins know where the server is. Instructions found here.

If you are not going to be using floating licenses and have a registration name and key pair that is specifically for multiple machine use, run the installer as follows. Make sure to surround the provided registration name in quotes, so that installer receives the full registration name, with appropriate spaces.
REVisionInstaller.exe ––mode unattended ––acceptEULA 1 ––regName "Registration Name" ––regKey [your 16 character reg key]
Linux
Let’s say you download an installer from our site, and it’s filename is REVisionInstaller.run. You’ll need to run the installer as root.

To install a demo version, or one that will be using our floating licensing scheme, you’ll simply run the installer like this:
REVisionInstaller.run ––mode unattended ––acceptEULA 1
Note the use of two dashes for each argument. The last argument tells the installer that you accept our EULA, found here.

If you are going to use floating licenses, then you need to set up the machine so that our plug-ins know where the server is. Instructions found here.

If you are not going to be using floating licenses and have a registration name and key pair that is specifically for multiple machine use, run the installer as follows. Make sure to surround the provided registration name in quotes, so that installer receives the full registration name, with appropriate spaces.
REVisionInstaller.run ––mode unattended ––acceptEULA 1 ––regName "Registration Name" ––regKey [your 16 character reg key]