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Question about specific module in puppet forge

asked 2016-01-19 08:29:50 -0600

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updated 2016-01-24 02:56:23 -0600

Is this forum also support the installation / configuration of modules ?

I have an issue to use the maestrodev/wget module under my Windows server. It work well under my Linux box but was not able to use the wget under Windows.

I copied the wget.exe under %puppet_install%\sys\tools\bin I am using Puppet Enterprise 3.2.1

The error :

Notice: /Stage[main]/Project::Zone::Country::Config/Wget::Fetch[Fetch Log4j Plugin Library from Nexus]/Exec[wget-Fetch Log4j Plugin Library from Nexus]/returns: D:/apache-servicemix-5.1.4/system/com/mycompany/shared/cmp-shared-logging: Permission denied
Error: wget --verbose --output-document="D:/apache-servicemix-5.1.4/system/com/mycompany/shared/cmp-shared-logging" "/com/mycompany/shared/cmp-shared-logging/0.3/cmp-shared-logging-0.3.jar" returned 1 instead of one of [0]
Error: /Stage[main]/Project::Zone::Country::Config/Wget::Fetch[Fetch Log4j Plugin Library from Nexus]/Exec[wget-Fetch Log4j Plugin Library from Nexus]/returns: change from notrun to 0 failed: wget --verbose --output-document="D:/apache-servicemix-5.1.4/system/com/mycompany/shared/cmp-shared-logging" "/com/mycompany/shared/cmp-shared-logging/0.3/cmp-shared-logging-0.3.jar" returned 1 instead of one of [0]

It says "Permission Denied" but I am running it with a local administrator user (under windows) and it work well under linux when I execute the script with sudo. The folder creation in system (com/mycompany/shared/cmp-shared-logging) works well. It is just the wget from nexus which blocks me.

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answered 2016-01-24 02:58:55 -0600

updated 2016-01-24 05:43:58 -0600

You're more likely to get help if you raise an issue against the actual project, if you're sure it's an actual issue. You say you're running as local admin but on the other hand those are network drives. If you run puppet with --debug you'll get more info about exactly what it's trying to do there. Are you sure that local admin really has permission to do whatever it is it's trying to do?

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