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 configure
> 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.
Why not just run rhn_register?
> However, when I start the rhn_register now, it simply bangs me out,
> complaining about being unable to access the welcome message.
Sounds like the file was screwed up in the manual edit. I'm not clear
why you wanted to edit the file by hand if you were going to run
> Can anybody help?
Delete the cfg file and re-run the program.
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