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I've got a script to install an Air based app, the crucial part of which is:

sudo /Applications/Utilities/Adobe\ AIR\ Application\ Installer.app/Contents/MacOS/Adobe\ AIR\ Application\ Installer -silent -eulaAccepted -location /Applications /private/tmp/Traffic14.1.0\ Update/TrafficApplication-Installer.air

This works fine but I now want to change this so that it checks for AIR updates using -pingbackAllowed option, so when i add it to the above line like so:

sudo /Applications/Utilities/Adobe\ AIR\ Application\ Installer.app/Contents/MacOS/Adobe\ AIR\ Application\ Installer -silent -eulaAccepted -pingbackAllowed -location /Applications /private/tmp/Traffic14.1.0\ Update/TrafficApplication-Installer.air

it fails with a "too many arguments" error.

So i remove the -eulaAccepted argument but still get the same error

Am I doing something wrong?

I'm running this OS X 10.9.5

Thanks in advance

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using -pingbackAllowed in command line silent install fails

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I've got a script to install an Air based app, the crucial part of which is:

sudo /Applications/Utilities/Adobe\ AIR\ Application\ Installer.app/Contents/MacOS/Adobe\ AIR\ Application\ Installer -silent -eulaAccepted -location /Applications /private/tmp/Traffic14.1.0\ Update/TrafficApplication-Installer.air

This works fine but I now want to change this so that it checks for AIR updates using -pingbackAllowed option, so when i add it to the above line like so:

sudo /Applications/Utilities/Adobe\ AIR\ Application\ Installer.app/Contents/MacOS/Adobe\ AIR\ Application\ Installer -silent -eulaAccepted -pingbackAllowed -location /Applications /private/tmp/Traffic14.1.0\ Update/TrafficApplication-Installer.air

it fails with a "too many arguments" error.

So i remove the -eulaAccepted argument but still get the same error

Am I doing something wrong?

I'm running this OS X 10.9.5

Thanks in advance

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