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Secure Shell Installation via command line

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OVOU 8.29 HTTPS Agent

I would like to install an agent using the inst.sh -f method. However, the install method has to be Secure Shell. Do I set this in the info_file, if so where? I am adding all the nodes via command line with opcnode, I do not see any options to set SSH installtion in there.

Thanks in advance
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Hello.

You can set it in the info file (hopefully this comes through unmangled):

_hostname_ _hostname_ _platform_ 1 1 LATEST DEFAULT NO 0 VOID VOID 4 VOID VOID 0 0 0 root

The _foo_ fields are what you need to change, the '4' in there means SSH is used.

Regards,
Goran

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Hello.

You can set it in the info file (hopefully this comes through unmangled):

_hostname_ _hostname_ _platform_ 1 1 LATEST DEFAULT NO 0 VOID VOID 4 VOID VOID 0 0 0 root

The _foo_ fields are what you need to change, the '4' in there means SSH is used.

Regards,
Goran

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Thanks for the response. This is precisely what I had to do. I figured it out some time after I posted the question. Thanks
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