Build Unity project with Jenkins failed

I’m trying to build Unity project with Jenkins on Mac OS Server.
But when I try to run the following script

/Applications/Unity/ -quit -batchmode ${PROJECT_PATH} -executeMethod BuildScript.DevelopmentBuild

The script shows this,

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    Try write from Terminal:

    sudo launchctl unload /Library/LaunchDaemons/org.jenkins-ci.plist
    sudo mv /Library/LaunchDaemons/org.jenkins-ci.plist /Library/LaunchAgents/org.jenkins-ci.plist

    Then log out and log in again.

    Now Jenkins will run as agent and can access WindowServer.

    Make sure you have -nographics parameter among your startup parameters

    It looks like you’re missing the –projectPath option prior to specifying your project’s path?

    I had this same issue. The problem is with how Jenkins and Unity work individually.
    The only way I could find a cleaner work around was:

    1. Ideally have your Jenkins master only do assignments to slave and do not build anything by itself. So your slaves would build the project.
    2. In case above is not easily doable here is a quick workaround:
      • On your Jenkins master create a slave.
      • Add a label to execute your Unity project on the newly created slave.
      • Configure the job to run on dedicated slave that you created above.
      • All works now!
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