Re: [foreman-users] [Katello] How should RedHat products be accessed behind Corporate firewalls & w/ a proxy?

2016-11-17 Thread Jamie Caldwell
Sean / Andrew, thank you both for your suggestions/comments. I did consider specifying those options with the installer, but my (mis) understanding was that this just set those attributes in /etc/pulp/server/plugins.conf.d/*.json (which I had

Re: [foreman-users] [Katello 3.1]: getting puppet modules in an air-gapped environment?

2016-10-12 Thread Jamie Caldwell
Thanks for that Jason. I'll have a read and see if it might work for us. On 12 October 2016 at 15:01, 'Jason B. Nance' via Foreman users < foreman-users@googlegroups.com> wrote: > JC, > > My suggestion for you would be to use pulp-puppet-module-builder to create > a local "forge" with only the

Re: [foreman-users] [Katello 3.1] syncing forge modules in an air-gapped environment

2016-11-29 Thread Jamie Caldwell
pe is raw/unstructured (compared to > the yum/puppet types where you have versions and dependencies and such). > > j > > > ------ > *From: *"Jamie Caldwell" <mr.jamie.caldw...@gmail.com> > *To: *foreman-users@googlegroups.com > *Sent:

Re: [foreman-users] [Katello 3.1] syncing forge modules in an air-gapped environment

2016-11-29 Thread Jamie Caldwell
Cheers Jason. Git it is then ... On a related note, I also need to source other 'files' from the internet (for both Katello instances) - such as Debian/Ubuntu packages and https://maven.apache.org/. Assuming I grab this content outside of Katello and store it locally, to sync Katello with these

Re: [foreman-users] [Katello 3.1] - install fails because of package dependencies

2017-01-05 Thread Jamie Caldwell
Thanks Justin. That's helpful. On 5 January 2017 at 15:07, Justin Sherrill wrote: > On 01/05/2017 05:39 AM, JC wrote: > > Hi. > > I'm trying to install Katello 3.1. I have it installed elsewhere and want > to keep the same version if possible, for now. All hosts are