If your device doesn't support HTTPS, and it can only work with HTTP traffic, you can download the agent using the next HTTP command:
su -c 'wget -O - "http://downloads.connect.jfrog.io/install_connect_http" | sh -s <USER_TOKEN> <PROJECT_NAME>'
wgetcan't execute HTTPS requests. This can happen when you have an old wget binary or old Busybox binary. Connect installation requires an updated
Busybox(version compiled in 2015 and above).
To fix this you can try to run the installation command with "http" instead of "https" or upgrade your wget/busybox.
There might be situations when some of the MAC addresses are changing after a reboot. You can find out if this is the situation with your devices by checking your MAC addresses, rebooting the device, and checking them again.
Please turn on the option to "Register devices by duplicating image" in the settings category, under your project. Next, enter the number of the persistent MAC addresses your devices have. This will adopt the new devices registration algorithm for your account to work with the type of your devices.
- 1.You have 5 devices, all of them have 1 MAC address each. In that case, you will enter the number 1 at the persistent MAC addresses input.
- 2.You have 5 devices, all of them have 3 MAC addresses each. If so, you have to check how many of those MAC addresses are persistent across reboots. Let's say, 2 of them are persistent (meaning they are not changing when you reboot the device) and 1 of them changes every reboot. In that case, you will enter the number 2 at the persistent MAC addresses input.
- 3.You have 5 devices, some of them have 3 MAC addresses and others have 2 MAC addresses. In that case, you have to check how many of those MAC addresses are persistent across reboots for both types of devices. Let's say that 1 MAC address is persistent on the devices that have 2 MAC addresses in total, and 2 MAC addresses are persistent on the devices that have 3 MAC addresses in total, then you will enter the lower number of them at the persistent MAC addresses input, which is 1 in this case.
wgetinside the installation command:
wget --no-check-certificate -O - "https://connect.jfrog.io/install_connect"...
Connect agent can’t work properly with SELinux enabled, to fix the issue, please add the following se-policy to your Linux device or disable SELinux:
vi /etc/selinux/config(edit SELinux config file).
- 2.Change the SELINUX parameter from enforcing to disabled (disable SELinux system).
reboot(reboot the device).
OR permit Connect's Agent in SELINUX Run:
semanage fcontext -a -t bin_t /etc/connect/service/ConnectAgent
restorecon -v /etc/connect/service/ConnectAgent
service connect restart
*Remote control / remote access will still won't work until ssh and sshd binaries will be permitted as well.