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HDP on Linux – Installation Forum

You need to pass HDP_Layout='your-response-file' on the command line

  • #28417
    David Vance

    Trying to install HDP for Windows 1.1 on a Win 2008 R2 box and am receiving the “You need to pass HDP_Layout=’your-response-file’ on the command line” error as soon as the hdp-1.1.0-ga.winpkg.msi is double-clicked. How is the issue solved?

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  • #28529
    Sasha J

    Why don’t to check documentation first, before clicking on something?
    this msi package is not clickable, it should be run from the command line.
    Also, as you may notice, this is wrong Forum thread, this one intended for Linunx installations, not windows.
    Correct one will be:

    But first of all, please read the docs:

    Thank you!

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