Subscription Repository

When buying a subscription you will receive three files

  • yourcompany-subscription-fusiondirectory.ini
  • yourcompany-auth.conf
  • yourcompany-fusiondirectory-subscription-centos7fixes.repo

The yourcompany-subscription-fusiondirectory.ini is the file to be imported into FusionDirectory to show that you have a valid subscription

The yourcompany-auth.conf is the file needed to access the enterprise repository with authentification for Debian

The fusiondirectory-subscription-centos7fixes.repo is the file need to add the enterprise repository to a centos 7 Linux Distribution

Debian Repository

  • To authenticate to the enterprise repository copy with root access the file yourcompany-auth.conf to /etc/apt/auth.conf
root@ffusiondirectory:~# cp  yourcompany-auth.conf /etc/apt/auth.conf

Note

All url are made the same way.

if you want to install the fixes for Debian Stretch

https://enterprise.fusiondirectory.org/debianversion-fusiondirectory-fixes

  • Write the source.list
root@ffusiondirectory:~# cd /etc/apt/sources.list.d/
root@ffusiondirectory:~# echo https://enterprise.fusiondirectory.org/stretch-fusiondirectory-fixes/ stretch main > stretch-fusiondirectory-fixes.list
  • update your repositories to see that the enterprise repository is working
root@ffusiondirectory:~# apt-get update
Hit:1 http://security.debian.org/debian-security buster/updates InRelease
Hit:2 http://deb.debian.org/debian buster InRelease
Hit:3 https://enterprise.fusiondirectory.org/buster-fusiondirectory-fixes buster InRelease

RPM Repository

  • To install FusionDirectory fixes from the enterprise repository for Centos 7
root@ffusiondirectory:~# cp  fusiondirectory-subscription-centos7fixes.repo /etc/yum.repos.d/