None at all – looks like a java issue
libjli.so => /tmp/install.dir.17205/Linux/resource/jre/jre/bin/./../lib/amd64/jli/libjli.so
That's probably the reason for the failure. For security reasons process running as root may not want to load shared objects from arbitrary locations. SELINUX may have specific policy for this too. As a workaround - Informix installer temp directory can be pointed to other location - using IATEMPDIR environment variable. It's possible that setting SELINUX "permissive" mode for the install can allow it to succeed.
For Mark and Greg : I have have installed 14.10 FC3 a good number of times on RedHat/Centos 7 and 8
RedHat 7 is straightforward as long as you install the required libraries (kaio, libterm etc) that you will see in the machnote.
RedHat 8: you will need to do a couple(or 3) of symbolic links on some of those librairies: the principle is that IDS has been compiled on RedHat7, and those libraries are at version <libname>.so.5.1, and by default RedHat 8 has the same lib as <libname>.so.6.1: you 'll do run the following as root:
ln -s /usr/lib64/<libname>.so.6.1 /usr/lib64/<libname>.so.5
and everything will be ok
the problem at install may be due to the fact that you have many /tmp/installdir.NNN directories that may fill /tmp file system up to 100%. Try just deleting those directories and run again.Else you may have a download issue: I never had it