|Tags||cli, centos, SME, install|
This allow you to install SME on a minimal CentOS. All you need is network enabled to install the rpm.
Everything is automated, all you will need is to answer to :
- good old console configuration to set your server working as you want
- allowed IP and subnet to access the manager
Also, if you have setup and enabled,before rebooting, you will need to import your public RSA key to ~/.ssh/authorized_keys in order to be able to login after installation, otherwise default behaviour will apply.
The root password configured on the initial CentOS installation is copied to the admin user.
SSH access is open, with root login allowed, but only RSA SSH key allowed.
System restoration using usb disk is disable to avoid locking you out on reboot, as it is considered you might not have a KVM access, and only ssh access.
The following can be performed once install/reboot is complete to initiate restore of a backup as per default behaviour on first reboot.
config delete PasswordSet config setprop bootstrap-console Run Yes signal-event reboot
Be aware the first reboot might take awhile because of quota check...
You may have to install wget
yum install wget
Download the file and install (you might check the last available version in https://mirror.koozali.org/releases/9/smecontribs/x86_64/RPMS/ to adapte the following line)
yum install smeserver-centos2sme-6.9.1-5.el6.sme.noarch.rpm
Launch the script
Run this, if dependency errors occur it will have setup Koozali repos so updates can be actioned.
You may get dependency errors due to updates that have recently been pushed to Koozali mirrors. Most recently following are three that required further action due to recent changes:
# yum downgrade initscripts # yum install yum-plugin-post-transaction-actions # yum install dhcp-common
Rerun install script
yum remove smeserver-centos2sme
Below is an overview of the current issues for this contrib:
Only released version in smecontrib are listed here.