On Wed, 2007-06-13 at 11:48 -0600, Richard Megginson wrote:
Steve Rigler wrote:
> I believe I've found the way to configure it to use port 443
> specifying that at setup time). In addition to "console.conf" it looks
> like "local.conf"
local.conf is a read-only cache of the admin server config information
stored under o=NetscapeRoot in the configuration directory server.
> and "adm.conf"
I think the port is ignored in this file. It's there for historical
> need to be updated as well as the
> "nsserverport" attribute in the configuration entry for the admin server
> under "o=NetscapeRoot".
I think this and console.conf are the two main (only?) places.
> Curiously enough, I wasn't able to update
> "nsserverport" from the GUI (pops up "unknown error with naming
On which screen?
This was when opening the console, opening the "Directory Server" window
on the configuration server and drilling down through "NetscapeRoot"
until I opened the properties on cn=configuration,cn=admin-serv-
servername,cn=fedora adminstration server...