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    Question Which patter should I select for trying to use WebYaST?

    Hello,

    I want to try to use the WebYaST, but I see three patterns included in YaST2 -> Software Management -> Patterns, like the picture below.

    I don't know which pattern is needed, and what difference about them.

    So, who can tell me my question above? Thanks!

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    Default Re: Which patter should I select for trying to use WebYaST?

    On 2012-12-09 08:56, mzyou wrote:
    >
    > Hello,
    >
    > I want to try to use the WebYaST, but I see three patterns included in
    > YaST2 -> Software Management -> Patterns, like the picture below.
    >
    > I don't know which pattern is needed, and what difference about them.
    >
    > So, who can tell me my question above? Thanks!


    I suppose that if you select the "meta package for installing webyast"
    you get all that is needed, be it one or a hundred things. That's the
    word "meta" on the description.

    Then I see that there are packages for the webyast server and packages
    for the client. Depending on your case you need one or both. The word
    "server" or "client" is self explanatory, I think :-)

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    Question Re: Which patter should I select for trying to use WebYaST?

    HI, Robin

    Thanks for your reply!

    Finally, I followed the gihub.com -> INSTALLATION -> Installing WebYaST in openSUSE 12.2 :

    Run the folloing commands (as root user):
    Code:
    # install complete WebYaST using a pattern
    zypper in -t pattern webyast
                      
    # start WebYaST
    /usr/sbin/rcwebyast start
    Then, I open the https://localhost:4984 and login with root user, but I got below result in picutre:


    Seems there is not all permissions. Then I read the document "WebYaST Vendor Guide", it says can use /usr/sbin/grantwebyastrights to grant all permissions for a user. So, I run below command with root user:

    Code:
    $sudo grantwebyastrights --user root --action grant
    
    $sudo grantwebyastrights --user root --action show
    org.opensuse.yast.module-manager.import
    org.opensuse.yast.module-manager.lock
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.logfile.read
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.activedirectory.read
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.activedirectory.write
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.administrator.read
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.administrator.write
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.firewall.read
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.firewall.write
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.kerberos.read
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.kerberos.write
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.language.read
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.language.write
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.ldap.read
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.ldap.write
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.licenses.accept
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.mailsettings.read
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.mailsettings.write
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.metrics.read
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.metrics.writelimits
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.network.read
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.network.write
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.ntp.setserver
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.ntp.synchronize
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.packages.read
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.patches.install
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.patches.read
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.repositories.read
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.repositories.write
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.roles.read
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.roles.write
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.services.execute
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.services.read
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.system.reboot
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.system.shutdown
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.time.read
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.time.write
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.users.groupadd
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.users.groupdelete
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.users.groupget
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.users.groupmodify
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.users.groupsget
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.users.useradd
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.users.userdelete
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.users.userget
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.users.usermodify
    org.opensuse.yast.modules.yapi.users.usersget
    org.opensuse.yast.permissions.read
    org.opensuse.yast.permissions.write
    Then, I loggined again, but he result is the same.

    I don't know why.

    From the document, I saw that on openSUSE-12.1, need to install two patterns (webyast-ui and webyast-ws) for WebYaST. So, I think on openSUSE-12.2, the two parts were be combined to one. But seems the documentation did not update.
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    Default Re: Which patter should I select for trying to use WebYaST?

    On 2012-12-09 14:26, mzyou wrote:

    > Then, I open the https://localhost:4984 and login with root user, but I
    > got below result in picutre:


    I can not help you there, I don't use it. I translate it to Spanish,
    that's all (which makes me a contributor, I guess).

    The most recent documentation is
    here

    However, I understand that webyast is still work in progress.

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    Carlos E. R.
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    Default Re: Which patter should I select for trying to use WebYaST?

    Quote Originally Posted by robin_listas View Post
    I can not help you there, I don't use it. I translate it to Spanish,
    that's all (which makes me a contributor, I guess).

    The most recent documentation is
    here

    However, I understand that webyast is still work in progress.

    --
    Cheers / Saludos,

    Carlos E. R.
    (from 12.1 x86_64 "Asparagus" at Telcontar)
    Ok, Thank you very much!
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