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sartan
CentOS 3?
@rhel3
=)
Bahhumbug
@centos3
centbot
CentOS 3 was released in March 2004 and was supported until October 2010. Packages can still be found at http://vault.centos.org however we encourage you to upgrade.
Bahhumbug
@c3eol
centbot
CentOS 3 went EOL on 31 October 2010.
potato_farmer
@c7eol
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CentOS 7 will go EOL on 30 June, 2024 -- in 8 years, 40 weeks, 1 day, 2 hours, 44 minutes, and 1 second
TrevorH
sartan: the forums were migrated from an ancient package about 2 years ago and at that time, we "accidentally" forgot to migrate anything older than CentOS 4 content
Bahhumbug
Much mistake. Such wow.
         

Babcom
Hi all, I've just install GraphicsMagick on my centos6.7 server, but I can't find the installation path
how can I find it please ?
no one ?
fenrus02
ImageMagick?
Babcom
nope GraphickMagick
but thx, I've just find it
TrevorH
where did you get that from?
Babcom
it was in usr/local/bin instead of usr/bin/
TrevorH
@sourcebuilds
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This venue is unable to provide assistance with building from source; you are strongly encouraged to learn to create proper packages that can be installed via rpm/yum.
Babcom
GraphicsMagick ? : ftp://ftp.graphicsmagick.org/pub/GraphicsMagick/linux/
I use it for my typo3 installations
fenrus02
wow. 6/23/12
~pass~
Babcom
nope 2/28/15
TrevorH
it's in EPEL for el6
Bahhumbug
/usr/local...
What can _possibly_ go wrong?
TrevorH
yum install GraphicsMagick would get you 1.3.20-3.el6
@epel
centbot
EPEL: Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux. This can now be directly installed by 'yum --enablerepo=extras install epel-release'
Babcom
I made a wget, and I get the last one.. and installed it myself
TrevorH
yes, I know, hence the @sourcebuilds trigger
@sourcebuilds
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TrevorH
and the package is already in EPEL so you basically wasted your time
Babcom
oh ok, didn't know
Bahhumbug
@alias add sourcebuilds echo This venue is unable to provide assistance with building from source or with such software that has been installed from source. You are strongly encouraged to learn how to create proper packages that can be installed via rpm/yum.
         

centbot
Bahhumbug: Got it
Babcom
well, thx a lot, I finally found it in usr/local/bin, I was looking ofr it in usr/bin/
sigterm
is there any way to make a yum client update via ftp-ssl? I've done some searching but have come up short so far as to if it's possible or not
Bahhumbug
Good question. Far as I am aware it is not but I've not spent time looking into it, to be fair.
TrevorH
man yum.conf says for baseurl= "Can be an http://, ftp:// or file:// URL"
Bahhumbug
I thought https worked as well?
TrevorH
I think it does too but it's not listed there
and everyone knows that man pages are never wrong, right?
Bahhumbug
There is support in the code for http/https/ftp; no ftps.
TrevorH
yeah I just flipped one of my systems over to use https pointing to my local mirror and it works for that
is there a particular reason for wanting to use ftp-ssl?
sigterm
Bahhumbug, thanks, i haven't seen anything as well.
TrevorH, in plaintext allowed on network, no anonymous for that matter either.
and I'd rather not install apache if i can get away it another way, so.. here I am at ftps
no plaintext rather.
fenrus02
you'd have to find a ftpssl mirror .. the public ones are not afaict
TrevorH
looks to me like the only encrpyted traffic that yum supports is https
fenrus02
use nginx?
TrevorH
seems like a daft requirement to me anyway. All packages are gpg signed, repodata is too if you enable it. Let me guess: .gov?
fenrus02
there are 4 different kinds of ftpssl .. it's really a mess.
there is only one sftp however, so that one always "just works". it's entirely unrelated to the ftpssl mess though.
sigterm
fenrus02, that might be one way to go if I can use that. Main issue from staying away from the webserver is adding additional STIG security checks to things. FTPS is pretty lowdown and simple, unlike apache/nginx/lighttpd/etc.
TrevorH, yum doesn't support sftp tho right? only https/http/ftp is what i've found so far.
TrevorH, nod on the .gov
TrevorH
local repo and rsync over ssh then use file:// ;)
sigterm
lol we've had some pretty good whiteboard discussions that are pretty close to that
TrevorH
how about stunnel?
fenrus02
sigterm, https is pretty trivial to setup with nginx. you can use that without issue
sigterm
ssh tunnel from repo server to host loopbac then file://
or stunnel ya
fenrus02
"ssh tunnel + file://" --> use sshfs instead.
TrevorH
but really, network traffic has to encrypted even when it's not security related?
fenrus02
rpm's are already crypto signed.
that complies with dod standards
TrevorH
I'd have thought that the gpg signing of the rpms and the recent gpg signing of repodata should cover most things
sigterm
it's not really needed for encrypted, but no plaintext, or anon connections
sshfs? haven't used that yet honestly, might have a look
fenrus02
fuse, but works better than diy
TrevorH
the requirement sounds like the triumph of bureaucracy over common sense to me
fenrus02
personally, i'd use nginx in a heartbeat. or something like foreman to distribute them via keys
sigterm
TrevorH, nailed it. welcome to .gov work.
fenrus02, I might give that a try with the dev machines and see how easy it is to bring it up and lock it down. *shrug*
TrevorH
no proxies allowed?
fenrus02
sigterm, see #theforeman if you want that last one.
it's beautiful, and has dod templates already built for compliance ..
sigterm
TrevorH, No proxies no.
fenrus02, will do!
TrevorH
so the yum code only has "schemes=('http', 'ftp', 'file', 'https')"
sigterm
Thanks for the ideas guys, appreciate it. cheers
got it.
Prelude2004c
hey guys.. anyone here familiar with pimd ?
ghormoon
hi, any idea why may two centos6 minimal installs from the same template behave differently? one adds default route and the other doesn't. except the network config, nothing was set up ... http://pastebin.com/9pikyBWq
hifi
template?
ghormoon
http://download.openvz.org/template/precreated/centos-6-x86_64-minimal.tar.gz
TrevorH
@openvz
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OpenVZ kernels (any kernel that returns 'stab' as part of the kernel version via uname -a) do not have access to hardware resources, including loadable modules needed for some firewall options, selinux, TUN/tAP support, ability to modify server time among other functions. You need to contact your provider for more assistance.
hifi
so ask the openvz folks?
ghormoon
it's on the same host
jasem_
i have a problem removing lvm
it keep saying it is in use
it is unmounted without any problems, removed from fstab
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