I am trying to install Dynatrace Managed(On Premise) and I keep failing on the step related to the $CMD. I cannot find much documentation on this step, and I am hoping someone can explain what is needed on this step to get the install to succeed. I am installing with SUDO access.
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the Dynatrace Managed installer is capable of using sudo or different alternatives to sudo like powerbroker, but you need to tell the installer which command it should use to start a process with root privileges.
The default value we use is "/usr/bin/sudo $CMD". This works for default sudo installations. If your sudo command is installed in a different directory you would need to type the path to the your sudo command e.g. /usr/bin/mysudo \\$CMD
Note that you have to escape the $ character with two backslashes.
Let me know if that helps you. If not, you can of course also open a support ticket in support.dynatrace.com for this issue.