When installing TAC using the Unattended Installer, the following error is thrown:
There has been an error.\nInvalid license.\nDebug file written
This is not the actual cause in this case. The license is valid, but the installer is throwing an unguided error, as shown below:
bitrock_installerxxx.log file: Log started 05/04/2018 at 18:19:54 Preferred installation mode : unattended Trying to init installer in mode unattended Mode unattended successfully initialized [18:19:55] Using JRE home: /usr/java/jdk1.8.0_141/jre There has been an error. The file /opt/Talend/dist is missing. This is part of the archive, which was delivered by Talend.
The dist file and the executable file are not stored in the same folder.
As mentioned in the Before installing your Talend product section of the Talend Data Integration Installation Guide for Linux, prior to installation, ensure that the dist file, and the executable file, listed below by OS, are stored in the same folder.
Note: Ensure the files have read and executable permissions, by right-clicking the file, selecting Properties, then setting the appropriate permissions. Alternatively, you can issue the following shell command:
$> chmod +x installbuilder-professional-18.4.0-linux-installer.run
Because the error message appears to be unguided, review the bitrock.log file that contains the error log in detail. You can find the log files generated during the installation in the following directories: