Configure the Access to the Repositories - AFS - Technical Notes

Install AFS on Multiple Servers

Product
AFS
Platform
7.11
Operating System
RHEL
Category
Technical Notes
Language
English
Target Audience
public

In order to get the necessary packages to install Fluid Topics, dedicated source.repo files must be created. It is recommended to create Antidot-AS.repo for packages:

  1. Create the following file:

    As root user

    /etc/yum.repos.d/Antidot-AS.repo

  2. Add the following lines:

    [Antidot-AS]
    name=Antidot - Antidot Suites Packages
    baseurl=http://$LOGIN:$PASSWORD@$REPOSITORY_URL/$EXTENSION
    enabled=1
    gpgcheck=0
    repo_gpgcheck=1
    gpgkey=$KEY_URL

Where:

  • The $KEY_URL will be given by your Antidot contact.
    • If a gpgkey is defined, repo_gpgcheck value must be set to 1.
    • If no gpgkey is defined, repo_gpgcheck value must be set to 0.
  • The $REPOSITORY_URL base URL must take the following form:

    http://login:password@pkgs-customer.afs-antidot.net/

In our example, the following base URL must be used:

http://my_login:my_password@pkgs-my_stunning_company.afs-antidot.net/

Antidot repositories access requires an authentication. Your $LOGIN, $PASSWORD, $REPOSITORY_URL and $EXTENSION will be given by your Antidot contact.

In our example, the Antidot-AS.repo file contains the following lines:

[Antidot-AS]
name=Antidot - Antidot Suites Packages
baseurl=http://my_login:my_password@pkgs-my_stunning_company.afs-antidot.net/
enabled=1
gpgcheck=0
repo_gpgcheck=0