How to Install Katello 3.2 on CentOS 7.x

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10 Responses

  1. lzap says:

    Few suggestions: Use timedatectl to set time or timezone. I also recommend chrony for the NTP.

  2. Tomas says:

    Use –foreman-initial-organization and –foreman-initial-location, unless you enjoy using the Default Organisation 🙂

  3. Yash says:

    I have tried to install katello so many time but it always fails with ssl validation error.

  4. Hi Yash,

    Can you paste the exact error or output here.

  5. Gkasera says:

    Getting dependencies error for following rpms:
    rubygem(rake) >= 0.8.3

    Any idea which repo can provide them

  6. Manny says:

    Hey Can you please help me with this error, I dont need need to connect via a proxy though its asking for proxy url

    # foreman-installer –scenario katello –katello-proxy-url ‘http://localhost’
    Parameter capsule-reverse-proxy invalid: “capsule::params::reverse_proxy” is not a valid boolean
    Parameter capsule-qpid-router invalid: “capsule::params::qpid_router” is not a valid boolean
    Parameter certs-regenerate invalid: “certs::params::regenerate” is not a valid boolean
    Parameter certs-regenerate-ca invalid: “certs::params::regenerate_ca” is not a valid boolean
    Parameter katello-repo-export-dir invalid: “katello::params::repo_export_dir” is not an absolute path

  7. John van Zantvoort says:

    CentOS updated their version 7 to 7.4.1708 and packages like shim have been renamed making the new installer fail. Add the following repos to make the installer work again.

  8. Anidil Rajendran says:

    Thanks for the article Pradeep. I successfully installed on Centos 7.2. It did not work on 7.4 version

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