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Old 01-07-2004, 12:34 AM   #1
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Help me set up Sun open sources Cobalt Qube/Raq software


Help me set up Sun open sources Cobalt Qube/Raq software
As you may or may not be aware Sun has made the cobalt software open source. http://open.cobaltqube.org/
I want to play with it very badly. I did a fresh install of redhat 9 server install. I booted up the computer after the install and followed these instructions from the cobalt web site.

Install binary Kit:
Here is binary install kit for RedHat 9 PC system that is based on OSS_1.4 source code. If you have an extra PC, please taste it.
From 18th Oct. 2003 version, We use a name Blue Quartz for our porting project.
Please get the recent version from ftp directory.
ftp://open.cobaltqube.org/pub/BlueQuartz/redhat/
• Unpack the tar+gzip archive and do install.sh inside of the directory.
• # tar zxvf BlueQuartz-200xxxxx.tar.gz
• # cd BlueQuartz-200xxxxx
• # ./install.sh
• After that, you can reach http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/login to manage the box.
• Try http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/_wizard/ if you want to initial setting up
• by wizard interface.

I then type in the address it tells me to type in and I get the cobald web interface asking for a user name and password. As far as I can tell it should be admin/admin. But it won’t let me in. I tried the wizard as well but still ask me for a username and password.

I think it isn’t working because perl or mysql or something like that isn’t configured to work properly. Can any of you point me in the right direction to get this working? I am think my apache is not set up for this by default.

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Old 01-07-2004, 08:16 PM   #2
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Old 01-08-2004, 10:18 AM   #3
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I figured it out. You just have to be sour to install all the apache modules. The one rh9 picks by default are not sufficient.
 
  


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