|Installing Components > (Linux and Solaris Operating Systems) Using Component Manager in Unattended Mode|
When using the Component Manager in unattended mode, components can be installed separately or all components can be installed. Component Manager can provide a list of available components found in the Packages subdirectory. You can also configure whether Component Manager automatically starts the services associated with components.
Open a terminal.
Within the directory where you uncompressed the Hardware Management Pack download, navigate to the Packages subdirectory in the SOFTWARE subdirectory.
Tip - Use the -d directory option to pass Component Manager an alternative directory to use for the component packages instead of navigating to the Packages subdirectory.
List the available components by typing the following command:
The list of available components is displayed in the terminal. The exact name of the component to use in the next step is shown in square brackets, for example [component name].
Choose one of the following options:
To install selected components in unattended mode, type the following command:
sunssmcompmgr -I COMPONENT1:COMPONENT2
Where COMPONENT1:COMPONENT2 is the list of components to install, separated by colons (:).
To install all available components in unattended mode, type the following command:
sunssmcompmgr -I ALL
The selected components are installed.