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Coldfusion 10 RHEL6 permission denied install error

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Dec 03, 2018

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I'm having a ton of trouble getting a new install up and running on RHEL6. Its ColdFusion 10 and when I try to install the package I get an error that says:

ColdFusion_10_WWEJ_linux64.bin line 3309 /tmp/install.dir.21145/Linux/resource/jre/java: Permission Denied

This dies right after the installer starts working.

I have tired: sudo ./Install - Same results

I have also changed permissions on the installer directory (can you restart a failed install from the directory?)

SELinux is *NOT* enabled so I have skipped past this part.

Anyone have any suggestions in getting this installed?

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Coldfusion 10 RHEL6 permission denied install error

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I'm having a ton of trouble getting a new install up and running on RHEL6. Its ColdFusion 10 and when I try to install the package I get an error that says:

ColdFusion_10_WWEJ_linux64.bin line 3309 /tmp/install.dir.21145/Linux/resource/jre/java: Permission Denied

This dies right after the installer starts working.

I have tired: sudo ./Install - Same results

I have also changed permissions on the installer directory (can you restart a failed install from the directory?)

SELinux is *NOT* enabled so I have skipped past this part.

Anyone have any suggestions in getting this installed?

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LEGEND ,
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I would never otherwise suggest what I am about to suggest, HOWEVER..

Try logging on as root and try the install that way.  Then IMMEDIATELY log off.

V/r,

^ _ ^

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Thanks for you answer. I suggested that but on this machine I don't think we ca obtain root access.

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Dec 06, 2018

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So after doing some more research, I have found that this machine does not like to have anything install from the /tmp directory.

The first thing the installer does is extract the directory contents to /tmp.install.[random number] folder. This is where I get that error that I have a permission denied. So, I jumped down in the directories to make sure I (the user on Linux) had permissions and nothing was set weird. I did see that I could not as so much get the java -version to work.

I then moved the entire directory to my home directory and did the same thing and java responded with a version number. So, if I could just set the installer to use a specific directory of my choosing, I think I would be a step closer.

Thanks

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I found this on stack and hopefully it will help someone in the future: So to review, I have a RHEL6 server that I need to install CF10 on. To complicate the matter I am required to run this silently and to use Ansible for the installation. The install wasn't working so I started over in just getting it to install on the machine then to script it later. I found out that this machine had been locked down already and I could not install anything from the /tmp directory.

This post showed an example script on how to change the tmp directory How do I tell ColdFusion 9.0.1 to use a directory besides /tmp? - Stack Overflow

It says its for CF9 but I also got it to work with CF10.

Here is the script from the post:

cd /opt/coldfusion9/bin
IATEMPDIR
=/home/coldfusion
export IATEMPDIR
LAX_DEBUG
=1
export LAX_DEBUG
./ColdFusion_update_901_WWEJ_linux64.bin

Enjoy

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