I've just installed theforeman on a fresh new Centos 7 the installation
process doesn't report any errors and it seems successful
But then after that when I try to access the url
It shows SSL Error
openssl_client is able to retrieve the SSL Certs so I'm thinking the
problem is in the PassengerPreStart application server,
I've looked everywhere for a clue logs are clean any ideas or clues will
be really appreciate it
BTW selinux is disabled and ipatbles as
What SSL Error are you getting exactly, could you post a screenshot of it here?
Foreman's SSL by default won't use a trusted CA by your browser, so In
chrome it will look something like this the first time you access it:
http://i.imgur.com/oNm1bHU.png . You need to click on Advanced to make
the browser trust your CA and let you in.
On Fri, Feb 27, 2015 at 3:33 AM, Ivan Rodriguez wrote:
> Hi Guys,
> I've just installed theforeman on a fresh new Centos 7 the installation
> process doesn't report any errors and it seems successful
> * Foreman is running at https://theforeman.cs.local
> Initial credentials are admin / vQW9uwQPaQHjsEkj
> * Foreman Proxy is running at https://theforeman.cs.local:8443
> * Puppetmaster is running at port 8140
> The full log is at /var/log/foreman-installer/foreman-installer.log
> But then after that when I try to access the url
> links https://theforeman.cs.local
> It shows SSL Error
> openssl_client is able to retrieve the SSL Certs so I'm thinking the problem
> is in the PassengerPreStart application server,
> I've looked everywhere for a clue logs are clean any ideas or clues will be
> really appreciate it
> BTW selinux is disabled and ipatbles as
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