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Installation of SCO Open Server fails due certificate

Installation of SCO Open Server fails due certificate

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Hello team, 

We are having one problem installing SCO OpenServer 6 client. 

The remote installation starts, installs all the components required but fails with this error: 

[Normal] <client.domain> Copying and configuring certificates

[Critical] <client.domain> Certificate copy failed:
bash: /usr/omni/lbin/.util: No such file or directory

[Critical] <client.domain> Update of client system client.domain failed!

We tried to run omnicc -secure_comm commands but it fails as not recognized, so I remember that OpenVMS does not have certificates and I think that SCO OpenServer could be the same. After running an exception on the CM for that server the import worked properly. 

I think that remote installation procedure should be fixed to do not try to import the certificates from SCO OpenServer 6 as they do not have. 

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Hi @Victor_F_DP,

I was suprised to find out that there still is a SCO OpenServer 6.0 client. Based on your description I would handle this as a defect and send it to the labs to have it fixed.

Sebastian Koehler

Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

Hello @Sebastian.Koehler

At the moment we solved the issue and there was just one client with SCO OpenServer 6. So is not necessary to fix immediately for us right now. It can be solved in the future.


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