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Some of the associated files not being downloaded in Red Hat Administration I

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Hello,

I'm currently in Course 14 Lab: Managing Package Module Streams / Installing and Updating Software Packages and it seems some of the files needed to perform the labs on these particular pages are not downloading.

After running the 'lab software-module start' I get an error (or FAIL) when the 'postgresql:9.6' failed to download.

Then on step 2.1 in 'Installing and Updating Software Packages' I get:

[root@serverb yum]# yum list xsane-gimp

Red Hat Update

Error: Failed to download metadat for repo 'errata'...

Cannot resolve path for: "http:...content.example.com/rhel8.2/x86_64/rhcsa-practice/errata"

I don't know if I inadvertently screwed something up, but this is the first problem I've encountered while studying.

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Re: Some of the associated files not being downloaded in Red Hat Administration I

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Well, your output has an ellipses in it, so we can't tell if the path to the repository that you were to have defined in the .repo file is correct:

http:...content.example.com/rhel8.2/x86_64/rhcsa-practice/errata

I just checked the lab, and my students are using this:

http://content.example.com/rhel8.0/x86_64/rhcsa-practice/errata

Now, mine says rhel8.0 and yours says rhel8.2

rhel8.2 may be needed if the RH124 labs you are using have been upgraded to the new version. Mine have not, so my students need to use rhel8.0

Maybe you should try rhel8.0 as well. If it doesn't work, you ca always change it back.

This would be in the /etc/yum.repos.d/errata.repo file.

Program Lead at Arizona's first Red Hat Academy, est. 2005
Estrella Mountain Community College

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Re: Some of the associated files not being downloaded in Red Hat Administration I

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Well, your output has an ellipses in it, so we can't tell if the path to the repository that you were to have defined in the .repo file is correct:

http:...content.example.com/rhel8.2/x86_64/rhcsa-practice/errata

I just checked the lab, and my students are using this:

http://content.example.com/rhel8.0/x86_64/rhcsa-practice/errata

Now, mine says rhel8.0 and yours says rhel8.2

rhel8.2 may be needed if the RH124 labs you are using have been upgraded to the new version. Mine have not, so my students need to use rhel8.0

Maybe you should try rhel8.0 as well. If it doesn't work, you ca always change it back.

This would be in the /etc/yum.repos.d/errata.repo file.

Program Lead at Arizona's first Red Hat Academy, est. 2005
Estrella Mountain Community College

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