We have a long EULA. In text mode on Linux user has to press enter numerous times to get to the bottom. Can we have multiple choices, such as press [Enter] to continue, [Y] to accept, [N] to reject?

asked 09 Mar '13, 03:55

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This is intended to work similar to more command and requires the user to view all parts of the license agreement.

However, you can show a shortened version of the license agreement for text mode - such as showing the most important point(s) and providing a URL to full license agreement text by doing:

<licenseParameter> <name>license_long</name> <title>License Agreement</title> <description>Please read the following License Agreement. You must accept the terms of this agreement before continuing with the installation.</description> <explanation></explanation> <file>path/to/full_license</file> <ruleList> <compareValues> <logic>does_not_equal</logic> <value1>${installer_ui}</value1> <value2>text</value2> </compareValues> </ruleList> </licenseParameter> <licenseParameter> <name>license_short</name> <title>License Agreement</title> <description>Please read the following License Agreement. You must accept the terms of this agreement before continuing with the installation.</description> <explanation></explanation> <file>path/to/short_license</file> <ruleList> <compareValues> <logic>equals</logic> <value1>${installer_ui}</value1> <value2>text</value2> </compareValues> </ruleList> </licenseParameter>

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answered 10 Mar '13, 15:19

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