Installing your Talend products using the Talend Installer - 8.0

Talend Installation Guide

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Talend provides different installers to install your product.

Talend Installer

Depending on which modules you want to install, you can use one of the following installers:

Installation modes

You can run Talend Installer and Talend Studio Installer in three different modes:

  • Graphical mode: allows full interactivity through a graphical user interface.
  • Text mode: provides full interactivity with users in the command line. It is equivalent to any GUI mode but the pages are displayed in text mode in a console.
    Tip: This installation mode is only available on Unix platforms. It is automatically used if no graphical mode is available but it also can be forced using the --mode text command.
  • Unattended mode: is especially useful for automating the installation processes. This silent mode performs an unattended installation that will not prompt the user for any information.

Note that the log files generated during the installation can be found in /tmp/.

Note also that, once Talend Installer has completed the installation of the products, a directory (called Talend by default) is created with sub-folders for each Talend product.