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blurg
28-May-2018, 13:44
Hi,

At our customers place I tried to install Ansible , we are using Suse Manager, but Ansible is not listed it seems. How can I install this? Do I need to add a channel?

malcolmlewis
28-May-2018, 14:26
Hi,

At our customers place I tried to install Ansible , we are using Suse Manager, but Ansible is not listed it seems. How can I install this? Do I need to add a channel?
Hi and welcome to the Forum :)
It's available via package hub, what release of SLE are you working with?
https://packagehub.suse.com/packages/ansible/

You will need to go to the Admin panel on the Web UI to add for the SLE release => 12

blurg
28-May-2018, 14:47
Hi!

Thank you for the welcome.

When I look in the Suse Manager interface, I already see the package hub. But when I try to install something on one of our client systems (client relative to Suse Manager I mean), then zypper install ansible does not work.

Do I need to do something to fetch packages from this channel?

I see this item is listed when i click on channels in de admin interface:
-- SLES12-SP2-Pool for x86_64
\
-----
Channel Name SUSE-PackageHub-12-SP2-Pool for x86_64
Channel Label suse-packagehub-12-sp2-pool-x86_64

malcolmlewis
28-May-2018, 23:50
On Mon 28 May 2018 01:54:02 PM CDT, blurg wrote:

Hi!

Thank you for the welcome.

When I look in the Suse Manager interface, I already see the package
hub. But when I try to install something on one of our client systems
(client relative to Suse Manager I mean), then zypper install ansible
does not work.

Do I need to do something to fetch packages from this channel?

I see this item is listed when i click on channels in de admin
interface:
-- SLES12-SP2-Pool for x86_64
\
-----
Channel Name SUSE-PackageHub-12-SP2-Pool for x86_64
Channel Label suse-packagehub-12-sp2-pool-x86_64




Hi
And the SUSE-PackageHub channel has synced and you can see the Ansible
package present?

If so, have you then updated the SLE channel for the systems to include
package hub (a check box)?

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blurg
29-May-2018, 07:22
Hi!

Thanks for your answer!

How can I check for this?

blurg
29-May-2018, 08:50
Hi!

Thanks for your answer!

How can I check for this?

I see the channel contains no packages. I guess I need to sync, but I need to find out how to do this..

malcolmlewis
29-May-2018, 15:47
On Tue 29 May 2018 07:54:01 AM CDT, blurg wrote:

blurg;52781 Wrote:
> Hi!
>
> Thanks for your answer!
>
> How can I check for this?

I see the channel contains no packages. I guess I need to sync, but I
need to find out how to do this..




Hi
You can use the Web UI -> Admin and the tab with all the channels and
off to the right and select the refresh/sync now button to populate the
channel, or use the command line tools to sync.

You might want to have a look through the documentation here as well;
https://www.suse.com/documentation/suse-manager-3/index.html

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