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Author Matt_Domsch@Dell.com
Full name Matt_Domsch@Dell.com
Date 2003-09-28 14:09:08 PDT
Message On Sat, 2003-09-27 at 21:53, Barry K. Nathan wrote:
> On Sat, Sep 27, 2003 at 08:53:39PM -0500, Aaron P. Martinez wrote:
> > I changed my channel name to reflect this to no avail. I saw that
> > current has reportedly worked on this platform and i'm wondering if
> > someone can give me some insight into this.
>
> The channel name isn't what really matters -- it's the version number
> you have in your current.conf.
>
> Is it set to "2.1ES"? Just "2.1" isn't going to work. I don't know for
> sure if it's case-sensitive, but it might be. Also, I don't actually
> have 2.1ES so I don't know for sure that "2.1ES" is the correct value,
> but I think it is.

I fought with it for several days, never figured it out either.

I would have thought the right os_release string is one of "2.9.5AS",
"2.9.5ES", "2.9.5WS", but of course that doesn't work, based on what is
in /etc/sysconfig/rhn/systemid:


<?xml version="1.0"?>
<params>
<param>
<value><struct>
<member>
<name>type</name>
<value><str​ing>REAL</stri​ng></value>​
</member>
<member>
<name>checksum​</name>
<value><str​ing>23b8789c9c892​e750364813eadfcb700​</string></v​alue>
</member>
<member>
<name>descript​ion</name>
<value><str​ing>Initial Registration Parameters:
OS: Red Hat Linux
Release: 2.9.5AS
CPU Arch: i686-redhat-linux​</string></val​ue>
</member>
<member>
<name>os_relea​se</name>
<value><str​ing>2.9.5AS</s​tring></value​>
</member>
<member>
<name>architec​ture</name>
<value><str​ing>i686-redhat-l​inux</string>​</value>
</member>
<member>
<name>system_i​d</name>
<value><str​ing>ID-1003423459​</string></​value>
</member>
<member>
<name>operatin​g_system</name​>
<value><string>Red Hat Linux</string>​</value>
</member>
<member>
<name>profile_​name</name>
<value><string>some system name</string>​</value>
</member>
<member>
<name>fields</name>
<value><arr​ay><data>
<value><str​ing>system_id<​/string></valu​e>
<value><str​ing>os_release​</string></val​ue>
<value><str​ing>operating_sys​tem</string>​</value>
<value><str​ing>architecture​</string></v​alue>
<value><str​ing>username</​string></value​>
<value><str​ing>type</stri​ng></value>​
</data></ar​ray></value​>
</member>
<member>
<name>username​</name>
<value><str​ing>myusername​</string></val​ue>
</member>
</struct></value>
</param>
</params>


Any thoughts would be welcome and tested promptly on Monday.
Thanks,
Matt


--
Matt Domsch
Sr. Software Engineer, Lead Engineer
Dell Linux Solutions www.dell.com/linux
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