Hey Folks, The systems running Tuxlabs are currently running CentOS 6.5 to emulate a production RHEL like setup for an Openstack Cloud. Running an operating system this old has it’s drawbacks such as dependencies. I was recently installing a well know Python framework and ran into compatibility issues. The framework required Python 2.7 and CentOS 6.5 … [Read more…]
In my last post about Runner I briefly explained needing to modify your ~/.ssh/config to use a ProxyCommand to allow for automatic tunneling with SSH.
ProxyCommand /usr/local/bin/sconnect -4 -w 4 -S localhost:8081 %h %p
What I didn’t explain is there is an alternative method that is arguably simpler. It requires creating three small shells scripts & placing them in your path or a … [Read more…]
Pre-requisites This article is a continuation on the previous article I wrote on how to do a single node all-in-one (AIO) Openstack Icehouse install using Redhat’s packstack. A working Openstack AIO installation using packstack is required for this article. If you do not already have a functioning AIO install of Openstack please refer to the previous article before continuing on to this articles … [Read more…]
A brief introduction of Openstack + My thoughts Openstack is open-source software for building clouds. It was created in 2010 by people from Rackspace & NASA, but is currently managed by the non-profit Openstack Foundation, which includes members from the who’s who of the technology sector that have joined forces to continue to invest & … [Read more…]
Overview In this tutorial I will be demonstrating how to install The Foreman on the Linux CentOS 6.5 operating system. If you are not familiar with CentOS it is the Community version of RedHat Linux Enterprise, hence the name C(ommunity)ENT(erprise) O(perating)S(ystem). For more information on CentOS see : https://www.centos.org/. I chose CentOS over Ubuntu or … [Read more…]