How to Configure Pulp: The Ultimate Repository Management Tool
Make sure that you have a good amount of disk space on your server.
1. How do I install it on Scientific Linux and other Enterprise Linux Servers, nss package is not of the latest version?
You need to enable the rolling repo for in Scientific Linux for this. It is not included in the yum.conf.d by default so chances are that you’ll get an older Arch Linux on Raspberry Pi Running XFCE [Version 2] » href= »http://www.adminreseau.fr/arch-linux-on-raspberry-pi-running-xfce-version-2/ »>version of nss if rolling repo is not added.
2. I am getting a « SSL WrongHost » error. How do I fix that?
First, you need to pick a hostname for the server (localhost.localdomain is a bad choice). Set the hostname using command « hostname <hostname>« . Now we are going to generate a certificate for this domain to get rid of ssl error.
Just do a « cd /etc/pki/tls/certs/ » and there will be a localhost.crt. Just rename it to something else and run « make testcrt » to get a new certificate. Follow the said steps closely in order.
3. I installed both pulp and pulp-cds on same server and now I am getting httpd alias problem. How to resolve?
Well, I understand the enthusiasm of trying out stuff but pulp and pulp-cds are not supposed to be installed on same server, not unless you know the ins and outs of pulp and what you are doing. The problem occurs because both pulp.conf and pulp-cds.conf in conf.d has same alias defined but for different targets. So comment out the Alias in pulp-cds.conf or get rid of the pulp-cds package all together, I would do the later one.
SSLOptions +StdEnvVars +ExportCertData
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