I saw the same posting, but that's not the problem. I got a little
further. I removed rhn_register and all depended packages from the
system and dl 2.7.2-7.x.8. After installing this, the new client
allowed me to configure the proxy and auth., which in turn allowed me
The problem I have now is that I had to uninstall up2date as well and
dl the new packages. When I try to install them, they complain about
I can't find any help or reference to this module. Where do I get this?
--- Donncha O Caoimh <donncha.ocaoimh at tradesignals.com> wrote: > What
do the logs of your proxy server say? Does the update program
> get there? Did you try a google search?
>> Found this.. look at the bottom of the page:
>http://www.jp.redhat.com/manual/RHN/faq.html> (although you might want to find the English language version, I
> this is probably what you already know but there might be other links
> that google page of interest to you)
>>> Marcus Viertel wrote:
> > This problem has annoyed me before and I wonder if anybody can
> help. To use
> > the update agent, a machine has to be registered, right? Even if I
> > the update agent with the correct proxy settings, it still needs to
> run the
> > stupid rhn_register script. After searching through the harddrive,
> I found
> > the cfg file with the proxy settings and added them in the
> suggested format.
> > However, when I start the rhn_register now, it simply bangs me out,
> > complaining about being unable to access the welcome message.
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