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iManager 3.1.3 installation fails installing Tomcat on SLES 15

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iManager 3.1.2
iManager 3.1.3
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15


1. The iManager 3.1.3 installation is failing on the Tomcat RPMs due to a missing netstat.

2. iManager 3.1.3 is failing to install due to a missing libstdc++ package.


1. For the first issue netstat was depreciated in SLES 15 and is not on the filesystem by default.  However, it is still called by the iManager installation.  This has been reported to Engineering for documentation. 

The following steps resolve the issue:

A. A search for the utility:

zypper search --provides --match-exact /usr/bin/netstat


S  | Name                 | Summary                         | Type
i+ | net-tools-deprecated | Deprecated Networking Utilities | package

B. Enable that repository
SUSEConnect -p sle-module-legacy/15/x86_64

C. Install the package
zypper -in net-tools-depreciated

2. For the second issue insure both the 64 and 32 bit versions are installed.  Often on minimal installs only the 64 bit version gets laid down.


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  • Document ID:7023798
  • Creation Date: 28-Mar-2019
  • Modified Date:03-Mar-2020
    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

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