Relating to the Standard Install Guide, the setup.sh supports a command-line install method, that does not have any CLI user questions/input required. The setup is very similar, the only difference is the call to the setup.sh would be as follows, enter your install info to alter the output here:
The call to the setup.sh would be as follows:
This will install everything as per the defaults for this OS.
Options must be set an in-place before calling the setup.sh in command-line mode.
CustomBuild's options.conf can be set in place with desired options before running the setup.sh. Doing so will do things like using your desired downloadserver, using the desired php version/mode, webserver type, etc.. Place it here prior to running the setup.sh:
with your desired settings, so that when CustomBuild runs, it will use those settings, instead of the defaults. See Notes #2 for info on setting mysql_inst before running the setup.sh.
Tell the setup.sh to run the pre-install commands:
echo 1 > /root/.preinstall
Install DA without the need for a license:
echo 1 > /root/.skip_get_license
but you must have a valid
in place prior to running the setup.sh. Be sure to use a recent update.tar.gz to ensure the latest DA feature/fixes (although the User should be able to update normally through DA). When the license becomes available, use the getLicense.sh to install it normally, and DA should start up.
before the setup.sh is called, else it will try to install customapache.
the mysql_inst option can be enabled in the options.conf prior to the setup.sh BUT as the mysql install is done through the scripts/mysql.sh, and not through CustomBuild (for now), using the mysql_inst in this manner can only be used for updates from the default version. Updating mysql/mariadb through CustomBuild varies depending on the currently install version and the version you're going to. Eg: chaging from MariaDB to MySQL cannot be done this way. Jumping major MySQL versions (Eg: from 5.5 to 5.7) cannot be done, must be done in steps, so consider leaving the mysql_inst=no and changing it as needed after. For example, CentOS 7 64-bit installs MariaDB 5.5 (which does support larger jumps), so your only options would be mysql_inst=mariadb and any of mariadb=5.5 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4. Cannot setup mysql_inst=mysql with the setup.sh command-line mode if OS defaults to MariaDB. To change to MySQL from MariaDB, use the inverse of this guide