I have a Linux box without graphical interface, and I would like to be able to install the LoadGenerator program using the command line. Is a silent installation possible?
By default, the NeoLoad installer will launch a UI in order to proceed with the installation steps.
A wizard will guide you with some questions to be answered like the installation path. On some environment, you may not have a UI or you may simply want to avoid that wizard. In that case, there's a way to perform a silent installation even without any UI.
Here are some examples for NeoLoad and Load Generator on Windows and Linux:
loadGenerator_windows_3_0_0.exe -q -dir "C:\Program Files\NeoLoad\"
The service is installed by default. If you need to manually re-install the service
sc create "NeoLoad Agent" binPath= "C:\Program Files\NeoLoad\Agent 3.0\bin\AgentService.exe" start= auto
./neoload_linux_3_0_4_.sh -q "/opt/neoload" where "/opt/neoload" is the target installation folder.
For more information about licenses, see "Installation " under "Installation" section in NeoLoad documentation.