Help with local omsa mirror

guy guy.choo.keren at gmail.com
Wed May 19 09:46:33 CDT 2010


why are you piping what looks like a python script, into bash?

try to run the 'wget' command without piping it into bash, and look at 
the output. from the errors - it looks like it is a python script.

--guy


Stephens, Bill {PBSG} wrote:
> I'm trying to set up a local mirror for OMSA 6.2.  My end goal is to 
> be able to install OMSA and firmware updates from the local mirror 
> using yum for RedHat and SLES machines. 
>  
> I've rsync'd the Dell OMSA directory, and configured apache as follows:
>  
> Alias /dell /usr/dell/
> <Directory /usr/dell>
>    Options FollowSymLinks +ExecCGI
>    AllowOverride All
>    Options All
>    order deny,allow
> </Directory>
>  
> When I run the wget command here's what I get back:
>  
> t01lap00013:~ # wget -q -O - 
> _http://devlinux.pbsg.pvt/dell/latest/bootstrap.cgi_ |bash
> bash: line 3: import: command not found
> bash: line 4: import: command not found
> bash: line 5: import: command not found
> bash: line 6: import: command not found
> bash: line 8: sys.stderr: command not found
> bash: line 10: serverXref: command not found
> bash: line 11: geeko.linuxdev.us.dell.com:: command not found
> bash: line 12: syntax error near unexpected token `}'
> bash: line 12: `    }'
>  
> I haven't modified the cgi or shell scripts.  Do they need to be 
> modified in any way?  Does the target server need anything in 
> particular to run?  My first test system is running SLES 10 sp2 on a 2950.
>  
> Thanks,
>  
> Bill
>  
>  
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