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Install Sentora automatically using bash script
#1
[Not Solved] Install Sentora automatically using bash script
Hello,

When i am using this below code. it asking me a lot of inputs like timezone, location, public ip, hostname, etc etc. I want to make automatic installed with default value for inputs. So, my client can install sentora on there server by one click.

Code:
bash <(curl -L -Ss http://sentora.org/install)

I made a code like

With Expect :

Code:
#!/usr/bin/expect -f

# Install expect if not already installed
sudo yum -y install expect

# Define default values for Sentora installation
set timeout -1
set defaultValues {
    "3"            # Language: English
    "Asia/Kolkata"  # Timezone: Asia/Kolkata
    "your-name"    # Your name
    "admin@example.com" # Email address
    "your-hostname" # Hostname
    "your-public-ip" # Public IP address
    "your-street"  # Street address
    "your-city"    # City
    "your-state"    # State
    "your-country"  # Country
    "your-zipcode"  # Zip code
}

spawn ./sentora_install.sh

expect "Select Language (0-6) [3]: "
send "$defaultValues\r"

expect "Enter a valid timezone [UTC]: "
send "$defaultValues\r"

expect "Please enter your name [your-name]: "
send "$defaultValues\r"

expect "Enter your email address [admin@example.com]: "
send "$defaultValues\r"

expect "Enter your hostname [your-hostname]: "
send "$defaultValues\r"

expect "Enter your public IP address [your-public-ip]: "
send "$defaultValues\r"

expect "Enter your street address [your-street]: "
send "$defaultValues\r"

expect "Enter your city [your-city]: "
send "$defaultValues\r"

expect "Enter your state [your-state]: "
send "$defaultValues\r"

expect "Enter your country [your-country]: "
send "$defaultValues\r"

expect "Enter your ZIP code [your-zipcode]: "
send "$defaultValues\r"

expect eof

# Uninstall expect
sudo yum -y remove expect

echo "Sentora installation completed successfully."

Code 2 :

Code:
#!/bin/bash

# Install required dependencies
sudo yum -y install wget perl

# Download Sentora installation script
wget http://sentora.org/install -O sentora_install.sh

# Make the script executable
chmod +x sentora_install.sh

# Define default values for Sentora installation
defaultLanguage=3
defaultTimezone="Asia/Kolkata"
defaultName="your-name"
defaultEmail="admin@example.com"
defaultHostname="your-hostname"
defaultPublicIP="your-public-ip"
defaultStreet="your-street"
defaultCity="your-city"
defaultState="your-state"
defaultCountry="your-country"
defaultZipcode="your-zipcode"

# Run the Sentora installation script with default values
sudo ./sentora_install.sh <<EOF
$defaultLanguage
$defaultTimezone
$defaultName
$defaultEmail
$defaultHostname
$defaultPublicIP
$defaultStreet
$defaultCity
$defaultState
$defaultCountry
$defaultZipcode
EOF

# Clean up installation files
rm sentora_install.sh

echo "Sentora installation completed successfully."


I don't know what mistake, i am doing but it not working
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#2
[Not Solved] RE: Install Sentora automatically using bash script
That's not really how Sentora works.

You need to input Hostname and IP manually.
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[Not Solved] RE: Install Sentora automatically using bash script
(05-23-2023, 06:04 PM)Nigel Wrote: That's not really how Sentora works.

You need to input Hostname and IP manually.

He is correct. You can not use generic entries. They must be populated with active server IP, proper (and active) panel domain and email, etc. Unless you are having the client fill out a form to do this, which in effect is the same as doing a normal install anyways, which I remind you is required to be done as ROOT user. Install will fail if not done as root user.

The install process has been made as simple as possible from the start.
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[Not Solved] RE: Install Sentora automatically using bash script
(05-24-2023, 04:07 AM)TGates Wrote: I remind you is required to be done as ROOT user.


Yes, i have a root access.


(05-24-2023, 04:07 AM)TGates Wrote: They must be populated with active server IP, proper (and active) panel domain and email, etc. Unless you are having the client fill out a form to do this.


Yes, client fill hostname, IP, email ID in form.
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[Not Solved] RE: Install Sentora automatically using bash script
This isn't really a Sentora question. This is about your custom installer. I'm not sure how much I can help with that. But, more information is needed. What doesn't work? Does the script start? Does it lock up at some point? Are the answers being passed to the questions?
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