I have downloaded the VM from opmantek with NMIS installed and tried to set up the system which mostly went OK however, I had to download a package for LDAPS ldapsearch to work and received the message "No Such Command" when using Yum, now as this is a test system I removed the VM and downloaded it again from Opmantek as version 8.6.8G had been released and I wanted to test the latest version.
Again when I tried to update a package I found No Yum command and no RPM command; to install the VM I downloaded and converted the drives to Microsoft hyperV format using Starwind as this was recommended in the guide, I am not a linux expert so I must be doing something incorrectly can someone please advise has Yum been deprecated for a new package manager.
The VM had two drives and I have checked the have bough been mounted and seem to be working OK.
The December 2019 VM build was built on Debian, as can be seen from the VM file name "Opmantek-191212c-VM-Debian9.11-64bit.ova".
A new version of the Opmantek VM is in testing and will be released in multiple versions on different Linux distros.
Hi I have tried all the YUM commands, I am starting to think that Opmantek have changed from Centos in the VM to Debian.
The command was:-
yum -y install openldap-clients nss-pam-ldapd
This is in the help guide to test authentication with the domain controller
What is the YUM command you are executing and the error returned?
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