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Hello,

I understand that I can build a native RPM installer for CentOs.  And I may get to that at some point.  But can an installer built by InstallBuilder run headless from the command line on Linux.  I am just looking for the fastest path to get my app running on CentOs via the command line.  Is that possible?

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Todd

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Hi toddgeist2​,

You can use the unattended mode to run the installer without human intervention. Please find below the link to our documentation on this

https://clients.bitrock.com/installbuilder/docs/installbuilder-userguide.html#_unattended_mode

You can also provide other options (like string parameters) using the command line, for example

./installer.run --mode unattended --installdir /path/to/installdir

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Hi toddgeist2​,

You can use the unattended mode to run the installer without human intervention. Please find below the link to our documentation on this

https://clients.bitrock.com/installbuilder/docs/installbuilder-userguide.html#_unattended_mode

You can also provide other options (like string parameters) using the command line, for example

./installer.run --mode unattended --installdir /path/to/installdir

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