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After installing using the top-rated answer, i was unable to install any global modules (-g) without Sudo permissions. NPM update showed errors. Below method worked perfect for me, there is no need for SU or SUDO permissions. I installed Node.js and NPM using the below method taken from (https://gist.github.com/isaacs/579814#file-take-ownership-sh) but ...
No, most likely this is not possible, as you can't change the relevant configuration files etc.
Having the install media writable enables a lot flexibility and time-savings. A plain install of Debian rarely has exactly what you want already installed. With a preseed file, you can make choices ahead of time as to how you want the system set up and what packages you want installed. A full discussion of this is at ...
This is too wide to answer shortly, but the technology you are trying to find is called preseeding. The process is similar in Debian preseeding and Ubuntu preseeding. With Lubuntu, automated deployments are supported in Alternate install image
There is no such option for yum. You will have to work around it with something like this: rpm --quiet -q packagename || yum -y install packagename
To check if SOAP is available you can use the following shell command: php -i | grep soap
I did turn selinux off on database server. The solution was turn selinux off on BOTH servers. many thanks to Kewa @kewa
Bootsect.exe is part of the Windows 2012 ADK and can be downloaded here: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=30652
Rather than running the installer, you could just download the zip distribution and extract to a location of your choice. All the installer really does on top of that is to verify that you have the correct Java and that it's configured properly. If you are happy with your configuration of Java (or can set the JAVA_HOME environment variable correctly), then ...
The RPM packages are built for centos and are not working with fedora 20 and 21. This is a known issue, there is also some progress, hopefully in the packages will be available soon.
I think you should install dependencies first because you know what package is needed, not the Users.
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