Refer to the Prerequisites before you begin the installation.
The automated, or silent, installation method allows you to perform a command line installation of Intel® VTune™ Amplifier without answering prompts or making product selections. Use the following steps to set up and execute an automated installation:
Copy the working product license to the standard license file directory, such as /opt/intel/licenses. If you want to use a non-standard license directory, set the INTEL_LICENSE_FILE environment variable to the location of the license file.
Download the full installer package.
Extract the installation package to a writeable directory with the following command:
tar -xzf vtune_amplifier_<version>.tar.gz
Change directories to the location where you extracted the install files.
Run the following command to create a configuration file that contains the information required by the installer, where <filename> is the name of the new configuration file:
./install.sh -d <filename>.cfg
Update the *.cfg file you just created to include the answers to the installer prompts. Save and close the file when you finish making updates.
The following is an example of the configuration text file:
ACCEPT_EULA=accept CONTINUE_WITH_OPTIONAL_ERROR=yes PSET_INSTALL_DIR=/opt/intel CONTINUE_WITH_INSTALLDIR_OVERWRITE=yes PSET_MODE=install CLUSTER_INSTALL_AUTOMOUNT=yes AMPLIFIER_SAMPLING_DRIVER_INSTALL_TYPE=build AMPLIFIER_DRIVER_ACCESS_GROUP=vtune AMPLIFIER_DRIVER_PERMISSIONS=666 AMPLIFIER_LOAD_DRIVER=yes AMPLIFIER_C_COMPILER=/usr/bin/gcc AMPLIFIER_KERNEL_SRC_DIR=/lib/modules/2.6.32-504.el6.x86_64/build AMPLIFIER_MAKE_COMMAND=/usr/bin/make AMPLIFIER_INSTALL_BOOT_SCRIPT=yes AMPLIFIER_DRIVER_PER_USER_MODE=no
Run the following command to begin the installation using your configuration file:
./install.sh -s <filename>.cfg
The product is installed in the directory specified in the configuration file.