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LEARN ABOUT REDHAT
RHNREG_KS(8) Red Hat Linux System Manual RHNREG_KS(8)
rhnreg_ks - a program for non interactively registering systems to Red Hat Network
rhnreg_ks [OPTION]... [PACKAGE NAME]...
rhnreg_ks is a utility for registering a system with the Red Hat Network. It is designed to be used in a non-interactive enviroment (a
kickstart style install, for example). All the information can be specified on the commandline or stdin.
Specify the profilename that should be used as an identifier for the system in Red Hat Network
The username to register the system with under Red Hat Network. This can be an existing Red Hat Network username, or a new username.
The password associated with the username specified with the --username option. This is an unencrypted password.
Specify an organizational id of the org to register this system under. This is optional, and only used if registered a system to an
existing Red Hat Network organization.
The password assocated with the orgig specified with the --orgid option. This is an unencrypted password.
The email address associated with the username specified iwth the --username option.
Specify a servial number to associate with the system. This is optional, and only useful when combined with an orgid.
Read contact info from standard in. The format is one entry per line, colon seperated. Valid options are reg_num, title, first_name,
last_name, company, position, address1, address2, city, state, zip, country, phone, fax, contact_email, contact_mail, contact_phone,
contact_fax, contact_special, contact_newsletter.
Do not probe or upload any hardware information.
Do not profile or upload any package information.
Register the system even if it has already been registered.
Show the version fo rhnreg_ks
Specify a http proxy to use.
Configuration settings for up2date and rhnreg_ks
The ssl certificate authority file used by rhnreg_ks to validate the Red Hat Network ssl servers.
The following registers a new system to Red Hat Network.
rhnreg_ks --profilename "example_profile_name" --username "firstname.lastname@example.org" --password "foobar"
The following examples registers a new system to Red Hat Network including contact info.
rhnreg_ks --profilename "example_profile_name" --username "email@example.com" --password "foobar" --contactinfo < contactinfo
where the file "contactinfo" contains data in the format:
Configuration can be done via up2date --configure. rhnreg_ks is used to register a system to Red Hat Network. Visit <http://rhn.red-
hat.com> for access or to sign up. You can also run up2date to register a system with Red Hat Network.
Written by Adrian Likins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Report bugs to <http://bugzilla.redhat.com>.
Copyright (C) 1999-2002 Red Hat, Inc.
This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICU-
4th Berkeley Distribution Wed 10 April 2002 RHNREG_KS(8)