So if I uncheck the box for HTTPS while installing the client it will go in. If I try to repair I get the unable to install CA certificate. If I try to install with HTTPS checked, I get the same thing.
I went to the address for my server, downloaded the cert from where it says not secure and added it to my trust root certificates - no change.
In my log it shows a communication error - tried to download the cert, and it says could not download file. I put the address in the browser and download manually and install the cert, again nothing changes.
After installing the 2 certs from the fog folder and the srvpublic cert I started getting another error. “Unable to get subsection” then the next line “Object reference not set to an instance of an object”
I’m able to capture an image, deploy an image - but I can’t get the client to work.
@d2freak82 From the little information we have so far I would expect you run into the issue where Ubuntu started disabling TLSv1.0 and TSLv1.1 in the Apache configuration. Find more details on this here: https://forums.fogproject.org/topic/15151/fog-client-installation-error-cannot-install-ca-certificate
An updated and fixed fog-client installer is available: https://github.com/FOGProject/fog-client/releases/download/0.12.0/SmartInstaller_fixed-tls.exe
@sebastian-roth The client works great if I don’t install with HTTPS, I get the same error if I use HTTPS on install.
The cool thing though - if I install without https, it looks for the token, can’t find it and automatically switches to HTTPS in settings on it’s own.
@d2freak82 Does it work in the end using the new fog-client version? I am not sure I understand the baseline of what you say.
@sebastian-roth I’ll try to make it clearer - on install if I select HTTPS it will not install because of the certificate error.
If you install without selecting HTTPS - it installs and works beautifully, when it checks for the token it automatically updates the settings.json file to support HTTPS without any action.
So yes it is currently working.
on install if I select HTTPS it will not install because of the certificate error.
Even when using the updated SmartInstaller mentioned below?
Where exactly do you see the certificate error? Can you post a screenshot? Possibly it’s something we can/need to fix in the fog-client setup.