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Once the installer begins, it will try to install a compatible version of Java on your system. If you have a newer version of Java, you may need to download and install the latest 64-bit version of Java 8 from the Oracle website. https://java.com/en/download/manual.jsp (32-bit browsers do not support Java 7 and later versions on macOS)
Then run the following commands in order from your local terminal, substituting your own values where appropriate.
- hdiutil mount <path_to_CLI_installer>/<name_of_domino_download.dmg>
- sudo cp -R /Volumes/domino/Domino\ installer.app /Applications
- sudo Applications/Domino\ Installer.app/Contents/MacOS/JavaApplicationStub
At this point you should see the popup warning from above and should follow those instructions.
You must be logged in as root when installing this program.
After clicking Open on the popup warning the installer will begin, and you might run into this error.
Similar to the above, you will need to run the installer contents from your Applications folder using 'sudo'. Run through the 3 bullets from above in order. If you've already copied the installer to your Applications folder, then you only need to run the last command to begin the install.
You should be able to complete the installation of the CLI on your Mac with these steps. Remember to run the CLI and authorize it with your deployment (domino login https://<domino-URL>).