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Jorge A Arenas Quezada

Jeremy:

 

Maybe is obvious or maybe not

 

But,

 

I am making a clean install of baruwa 2.0 using the script and fail because git port tcp/9418 was closed

 

Took me some time, but found it,

 

Maybe you can add that requirement in the page or in the script text

 

For what I review the script uses: 80/tcp or 443/tcp ( depending on curl and yum configuration), 9418/tcp ( git)

 

 

Jorge A. Arenas Quezada


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If you are referring to my installer; it says on the initial screen. Disable iptables. 

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On Feb 3, 2015, at 6:57 PM, Jorge A Arenas Quezada <[hidden email]> wrote:

Jeremy:

 

Maybe is obvious or maybe not

 

But,

 

I am making a clean install of baruwa 2.0 using the script and fail because git port tcp/9418 was closed

 

Took me some time, but found it,

 

Maybe you can add that requirement in the page or in the script text

 

For what I review the script uses: 80/tcp or 443/tcp ( depending on curl and yum configuration), 9418/tcp ( git)

 

 

Jorge A. Arenas Quezada

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Jorge A Arenas Quezada

Yes Jeremy, I am referring to your installer

 

But even disabling iptables,   iptables default configuration protects inbound traffic

 

In this case I am talking about outbound traffic ( maybe is just my case, but my email server is behind a HW firewall) , and was a discover for my that downloading things using git protocol uses his own port

 

Maybe is just my installation, but took me sometime to figure that in the script download some modules using git protocol and in my case that port was close.

 

That’s why my comment about maybe was usefull, document in the site or in the notes in script that you need allow “outbound” traffic in ports 80,443 and 9418

 

But again, everything works fine and maybe is just my installation

 

Jorge A. Arenas Quezada

 

 

 

 

From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Jeremy McSpadden
Sent: martes, 3 de febrero de 2015 06:58 p. m.
To: Baruwa users list
Subject: Re: [Baruwa] installer

 

If you are referring to my installer; it says on the initial screen. Disable iptables. 

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Jeremy McSpadden
Flux Labs | http://www.fluxlabs.net | Endless Solutions
Office : <a href="tel:850-250-5590;501">850-250-5590x501 | Cell : <a href="tel:850-890-2543">850-890-2543 | Fax : <a href="tel:850-254-2955">850-254-2955


On Feb 3, 2015, at 6:57 PM, Jorge A Arenas Quezada <[hidden email]> wrote:

Jeremy:

 

Maybe is obvious or maybe not

 

But,

 

I am making a clean install of baruwa 2.0 using the script and fail because git port tcp/9418 was closed

 

Took me some time, but found it,

 

Maybe you can add that requirement in the page or in the script text

 

For what I review the script uses: 80/tcp or 443/tcp ( depending on curl and yum configuration), 9418/tcp ( git)

 

 

Jorge A. Arenas Quezada

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http://pledgie.com/campaigns/12056


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