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Oracle Solaris Studio 12.3 Installation Guide     Oracle Solaris Studio 12.3 Information Library
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1.  Preparing for Installation

2.  Installing the Oracle Solaris Studio 12.3 Software

3.  Uninstalling the Oracle Solaris Studio 12.3 Software

4.  Troubleshooting

A.  Command-Line Options for the Installer,Uninstaller,and install_patches Utility

Command-Line Options for the GUI Installer

Command-Line Options for the Non-GUI Installer

Command-Line Options for the Uninstaller

Command-Line Options for the Utility

B.  Adding Swap Space

C.  Oracle Solaris 12.3 Components and Packages

D.  Patch Identification Numbers and Descriptions

E.  Version Numbers of the Oracle Solaris Studio 12.3 Components


Command-Line Options for the GUI Installer

The following command-line options are valid when you are starting the GUI installer.

Install only in the current zone. When you run the installer in the global zone, this option makes the installed product available only in that zone.
Display information on the options.
Disable system architecture checking (Oracle Solaris based systems only)
--javahome directory
Use the JDK in directory when running the installer. This option is needed when the installer cannot locate a JDK in a standard location on your system, and you need to point it to one.
Perform runtime libraries only installation.
--locale locale
Override the default locale for the installer with the specified locale. Valid locales are en (English), ja (Japanese), and zh (Simplified Chinese).
Use NFS server installation mode, in which the installer does not check the server for the required Solaris OS patches or create symbolic links in the /usr/bin directory.
--output output_file
Write all installer output to the specified file.
--record state_file.xml
Record an installer session in the GUI installer so that you can use repeat the installation on another system with the non-GUI installer. This option is especially useful when you want to install a subset of the product components on multiple systems.
--tempdir directory
By default, the installer extracts temporary data into the /tmp directory. If there is not sufficient space in the /tmp directory on your system, you can specify another directory for the installer to use.
Write verbose output to the console.