INSTRUCTIONS: Installing OpenWSMan CLI on Linux

INSTRUCTIONS: Installing OpenWSMan CLI on Linux


SFCC:

(Use 2.1.0 or higher)

(prerequisite for an OpenWSMan installation)
  1. Use the sblim-sfcc-2.2.1.tar.bz2 package
  2. Untar the source tarball (tar -zxvf <tarball>)
  3. cd to the sblim-sfcc directory
  4. ./configure
  5. make
  6. make install
  7. Ensure all steps are completed with no errors

OpenWSMan:

(Use 2.1.0 or higher; available on sourceforge)
  1. Use the openwsman-2.2.1.tar.bz2 package
  2. Untar the source tarball (tar -zxvf|jxvf <tarball>)
  3. cd to the openwsman directory
  4. ./configure (do not enable Ruby or Python bindings)
  5. make
  6. make install
  7. Ensure all steps are completed with no errors
  8. Configure wsman as follows
  • cd /usr/local/etc/openwsman
  • cp <directory for wsman install>/etc/openwsman.conf .
  • Edit the openwsman.conf file as follows (for basic auth)
    • Comment out the ssl_* and digest_* lines
    • Edit the basic_password file path to be /usr/local/etc/openwsman/simple_auth.passwd
    • Under the [cim] section add a new URL to the vendor_namespaces config option -
  1. Append a , followed by DCIM=https://schemas.dell.com/wbem/wscim/1/cim-schema/

9. Start the daemon using the command openwsmand -d

10. If all config options were fine the daemon should be running and not exit

WSManCLI:

(Use 2.1.0 or higher; available on sourceforge)
  1. Use the wsmancli-2.1.0.tar.bz2 package
  2. EXPORT LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/local/lib:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH
  3. EXPORT PKG_CONFIG_PATH=/usr/local/lib/pkgconfig
  4. Untar the source tarball (tar -zxvf|jxvf <tarball>)
  5. cd to the wsmancli directory
  6. ./configure
  7. make
  8. make install
  9. Ensure all steps are completed with no errors



Article ID: SLN311400

Last Date Modified: 08/14/2018 05:46 AM


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