Re: [rt-users] Centos 7 - Forbidden, You don't have, permission to, access /rt4 on this server

2016-05-04 Thread Martin Wheldon

Hi Yanni,

Have you managed to get RT working?

Best Regards

Martin

On 2016-04-27 10:33, Martin Wheldon wrote:

Hi,

I don't mean to be rude, but read AND FOLLOW the README file included
in the RT tarball.

Best Regards

Martin

On 2016-04-27 10:15, Yanni wrote:

Hi

I did not use ./configure, I just did "make install" as described in
the documentation.
To make things simpler for me, I have now deleted my ssl.conf and have
put the original file in place.

When I go to: http://jimmy.ad.biosci.ac.uk/rt4:8000
I get:

This site can't be reached. /jimmy.ad.biosci.ac.uk refused to connect
ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED
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I don't see anything in the log files, 'access_log' and 'error_log'


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Re: [rt-users] RT CLI login

2016-05-04 Thread Dave Florek
Good afternoon,

Thanks for the response. I'm not seeing the .rtrc file in my home
directory. I added the username, password and URL via environment variables
and I'm now receiving the following new error message:

Server error: Can't connect to :443 (certificate
verify failed)

  (500)


On Fri, Apr 29, 2016 at 2:02 PM, Dustin Graves 
wrote:

> Hi Dave,
>
> There are two ways to authenticate for the RT CLI.
>
> The first is environment variables RTUSER and RTPASSWD
>
> The second is an RT Config file .rtrc in your user’s home directory:
>
> server http://your.rt4.installation
> user your.rtusername
> passwd your rt password
>
>
> I would verify that you can login to RT with your credentials before using
> the CLI if you have doubts as to their validity. You can use any user with
> the CLI, but you will be limited by their permissions. Generally it is
> recommended to make a user specifically for use with the CLI so you can
> grant only the permissions that you need.
>
> You can take a look at the wiki here for more information:
> http://requesttracker.wikia.com/wiki/CLI
>
> Thank you,
> Dustin
>
> On Apr 29, 2016, at 1:20 PM, Dave Florek  wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> I'm trying to use RT CLI to issue several commands however it asks for a
> password and none of the ones I initially generated are working. Does the
> rt cli program use the root password to work? I get an error (302) found
> each time I attempt a login.
>
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