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Bahhumbug
"Probably" not that far away. Things can always occur at the very last minute as they did back when 6.0 originally was released and new ISO images had to be made, tested and seeded to the various mirror sources at the very, very last second.
Roland-
understandable
I have a task to deploy a bunch of nodes so I just way 6.7 around the corner so I figured why not wait and go straight to it
oniMaker
Has anyone run into this? https://access.redhat.com/solutions/1401813
the command from vagrant is: ! which nmcli >/dev/null 2>&1 || nmcli c reload enp0s8
result is: nmcli: symbol lookup error: /lib64/libgudev-1.0.so.0: undefined symbol: g_type_class_adjust_private_offset
Bahhumbug
Roland-: You can install 6.6 now and then update from the cr repo which will get you all 6.7 content with a few notable exceptions such as centos-release.
@cr
centbot
For information on the Continuous Release repository please see http://wiki.centos.org/AdditionalResources/Repositories/CR
oniMaker
just running `nmcli` is enough to trigger that error
running CentOS Linux release 7.0.1406 (Core)
Bahhumbug
oniMaker: Update
@current
centbot
Current releases are 5.11, 6.6, and 7.1 (1503). You can determine your current release by running 'rpm -q centos-release'. Please understand that this channel is only able to support what is current.
Bahhumbug
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oniMaker
Bahhumbug: is it fixed in the current version?
Bahhumbug
Don't know but this channel can only support current and you're out of date.
Anyway, I need to take care of real life things.
(Action) &
oniMaker
excellent generic advice
Subject66
Sorry
Having some network issues
Bahhumbug: Did I miss something ?
luc4sbhz
test is ok?
TrevorH
oniMaker: that error is known and comes about because you have some 7.1 packages and some 7.0 and the solution is to fully update to 7.1
oniMaker
TrevorH: ok good, I have updated so I'm glad that should fix it.
Alayde
Hey guys. On CentOS 6.5, I'm able to establish a successful ssl connection to an internal service with 'openssl s_client -connect <host> -CAfile internal_ca.pem' but it fails miserably without the -CAfile specification (verify error:num=20:unable to get local issuer certificate). But that's to be expected, since it's an internally signed CA.
Anyways, onto the question. What's the proper way to get the internal_cert.pem into CentOS' ca-bundle? I've tried just appending it to /etc/pki/tls/certs/ca-bundle.crt, but to no avail
pj
Alayde: see: man update-ca-trust
Alayde
Actually, yeah
pj
Alayde: also...
@current
centbot
Current releases are 5.11, 6.6, and 7.1 (1503). You can determine your current release by running 'rpm -q centos-release'. Please understand that this channel is only able to support what is current.
Alayde
pj: A bit more googl searhing got me here: https://techjourney.net/update-add-ca-certificates-bundle-in-redhat-centos/
Digipeng
I want to create a partition for virtual guest from the install of centos 7. what should I call the mount point?
is it also okay to have it in the main lvm model?
hnsz2002
hi all!
how can i downgrade package in centos 7?
yum downgrade openvpn-2.3.2-4.el7.x86_64, this not works
justizin
anyone have any experience building a template image for vmware vcenter that uses --cip attribute to reconfigure the network? i've found a few threads on it, but none of their suggestions work so far
TrevorH
sounds more like a question for some vmware channel
openvpn-2.3.7 is the only one on offer in EPEL
Digipeng
/var/lib/libvert/images seems good. but the pools concept confuses me
I want to create an encrypted partition for use with kvm from initial install on centos 7
I think i will just use another encrypted lvm parition for the pool.
daspence
how can I find my default gateway?
TrevorH
it's something you need to know so you can tell the o/s
         

daspence
TrevorH: i tried ifconfig -a but that doesn't show the default gateway
pj
daspence: ip r
daspence
pj: i guess that shows route?
(Action) goes to read man
man ip
damn wrong window
pj
yes, one of the listed routes will say "default" and will show you what the gateway is.
eg: default via 10.0.0.1 dev eth0
daspence
thanks
TrevorH
daspence: but the system doesn't just know the defaulte route unless it's told it by DHCP
pj
or by some other means.
fenrus02
"ip -4 route show 0/0"
daspence
I'm receiving a -115 error when trying to mount a windows ntfs drive
justizin
definitely sounds like a thing that happens
daspence
error connecting to socket.
not sure where the error is happening
justizin
can you reach the port on the windows box?
fenrus02
which mount options are you using ? ro or rw ?
ntfs *drive* or cifs ?
daspence
so my centos box is on a different modem than the windows box i have (which is wireless and sitting on a linksys router)
let me copy/pasta the code
fenrus02
oh, so not a drive at all. you're using cifs.
daspence
trying to mount a folder on a drive. I should be using cifs?
i've shared the folder on windows already. here's the command string: mount --verbose -t cifs //192.168.1.109/\USER/\HypErDrive /home/user/nzolappy -o defaults,rw,credentials=/etc/credentials,iocharset=utf8,file_mode=0777,dir_mode=0777
fenrus02
starting over .. is the disk LOCAL to the linux machine?
if not, then you're using cifs.
daspence
the disk is remote to the linux machine. the centos box is on 192.168.254.5 and the windows is 192.168.1.109
fenrus02
your command above also says 'cifs'
daspence
yes as mainly I am following instructions from a website :/
fenrus02
fine, but with that in mind - "ntfs drive" does not apply.
daspence
is there a networking IRC? I need to learn how to get the two boxes to communicate. currently i cannot ping 192.168.1.109 from my centos box b/c they are on two diff networks
fenrus02
it's a remote cifs share. cifs does not care if it is one drive, or ten. does not care if its ntfs or exfat or whatever.
daspence
ah, i see. my apologies
thanks for clearing that up for me
fenrus02
two different subnets .. do they both have default routes setup to their local gateway?
daspence
i'm not sure. I do have some port forwarding since i'm working on a lamp stack/server
so 80, 443, i ensured that 445 (samba) was open on both.
fenrus02
that's not really sufficient
80/443 are not used by cifs at all. that's web.
daspence
yup
what does cifs use?
445?
fenrus02
you really should not be sharing cifs volumes off your www server .. unless you really just want to be hacked.
daspence
it's not an active server - just something i'm learning to do to grow at my job
but yea, I agree with you.
fenrus02
google says - http://helpful.knobs-dials.com/index.php/SMB,_CIFS,_Samba,_Windows_File_Sharing_notes#On_the_protocols_and_ports
even that list is short .. really depends what you need for your task.
you'll need to ensure port-forwarding is working for EVERY port required in BOTH directions.
easier to do a vpn tunnel. MUCH easier.
daspence
alright, I'll check into that. Meanwhile I'm going to see if my box is even hitting my windows. going to analyze wireshark
fenrus02
sounds like you've got double-nat. wireshark isnt going to help much.
daspence
how would i setup the VPN tunnel? Also, it's asking for L2TP server IP; would that be the
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