This simple shell script gets the version for a perl package @ the machine (if installed – otherwise perl error):
if test “x$mod” = “x”; then
echo “Usage: $0 ”
if test “x$PERL” = “x”; then
$PERL -M$mod -e “print \”$mod: \$$mod::VERSION\n\”"
Since Fedora 3.3 the fedora client checks the SSL Certificate.
So if you want to connect to your Fedora Repo over https from your local machine you need to add the server certificate to the truststore of the client (local).
1) Connect to your repo in a browser (e.g. Firefox) and download the certificate to a place of your choice (Attention: when you export the certificate choose “X.509 Certificate (DER)”)
2) Open Terminal and switch to the location where you have stored the certificate
3) Run keytool -keystore ~/fedora/client/truststore -import -alias myrepo.com -file myrepo.cert -trustcacerts (Here fedora is installed in the home directory, the repo runs at https://myrepo.com and the exported certificate is saved as “myrepo.cert”)
4) You will be asked of a password -> tomcat
Then you should be able to run the fedora-admin or other applications.
It seems like that google has some problems with the encoding…
It’s been a while since my last post, but here are some pictures from the FM4 Frequency Festival 2009!
It was a great festival (Pendulum, Radiohead, Farin Urlaub,…) and especially our new friends from east-tyrol were very funny
More pictures will follow soon,