CentOS 7 install error

Hi All,

I’m trying to install Lucee on CentOS 7 and I’m getting the following error
at the end of the installer:

/opt/lucee/sys/install_mod_cfml.sh: line 486: ModCFML_SharedKey
“${$mySecretKey}”: bad substitution
This is a completely clean CentOS Minimal install and the only other thing
I’ve installed is Apache HTTPD.

Once the installer is complete and I create a “test.cfm” in the
/var/www/html/ directory and attempt to run it I get:

Tomcat Mod_CFML error
mod_cfml request authentication failed!

In the browser. According to:

http://www.modcfml.org/index.cfm/documentation/modcfml-tomcat-valve/config-options/

This error is something to do with the “SharedKey” mentioned above, but I
have no idea what to do next.

Has anyone else had this issue or have any ideas how to fix it?

Thanks.

Kind regards,

Andrew
about.me http://about.me/andrew_dixon - mso http://www.mso.net - Lucee
Association Member http://lucee.org

There are some crypto libraries and other utils many packages take for granted that aren’t included in the CentOS minimal installation. One suggestion might be to run the install commands for Tomcat and see what dependencies will also be installed.

yum install tomcat.noarch
You can see what’s currently installed with yum list installed

If openSSL isn’t installed, start there.

You can also upgrade package groups to Basic or Web Server, which will add many of those common libraries, with:

yum groupinstall “Base”
or

yum groupinstall "Web Server"On July 28, 2015 at 5:27:56 PM, Andrew Dixon (@Andrew_Dixon) wrote:

Hi All,

I’m trying to install Lucee on CentOS 7 and I’m getting the following error at the end of the installer:
/opt/lucee/sys/install_mod_cfml.sh: line 486: ModCFML_SharedKey
“${$mySecretKey}”: bad substitution

This is a completely clean CentOS Minimal install and the only other thing I’ve installed is Apache HTTPD.

Once the installer is complete and I create a “test.cfm” in the /var/www/html/ directory and attempt to run it I get:

Tomcat Mod_CFML error
mod_cfml request authentication failed!

In the browser. According to:

http://www.modcfml.org/index.cfm/documentation/modcfml-tomcat-valve/config-options/

This error is something to do with the “SharedKey” mentioned above, but I have no idea what to do next.

Has anyone else had this issue or have any ideas how to fix it?

Thanks.

Kind regards,

Andrew
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As soon as I saw Jordan’s response, I thought, “Oops, I hope I didn’t just sent Andrew on a wild goose chase…” :confused:

Glad you got it resolved!On July 28, 2015 at 6:21:28 PM, Andrew Dixon (@Andrew_Dixon) wrote:

Well, I’ve been playing about with this a bit and I think it is actually just an error in the install_mod_cfml.sh script. I changed the script to have the secret key “hard coded” and then re-ran it manually and it worked. I then just updated the Tomcat server.xml script to have the correct key in it, e.g. so the one in the httpd.conf file and server.xml file matched, and then it was all good.

Kind regards,

Andrew
about.me - mso - Lucee Association Member

On 28 July 2015 at 22:43, Jon Clausen <@Jon_Clausen> wrote:
There are some crypto libraries and other utils many packages take for granted that aren’t included in the CentOS minimal installation. One suggestion might be to run the install commands for Tomcat and see what dependencies will also be installed.

yum install tomcat.noarch

You can see what’s currently installed with yum list installed

If openSSL isn’t installed, start there.

You can also upgrade package groups to Basic or Web Server, which will add many of those common libraries, with:

yum groupinstall “Base”

or

yum groupinstall “Web Server”

On July 28, 2015 at 5:27:56 PM, Andrew Dixon (@Andrew_Dixon) wrote:

Hi All,

I’m trying to install Lucee on CentOS 7 and I’m getting the following error at the end of the installer:
/opt/lucee/sys/install_mod_cfml.sh: line 486: ModCFML_SharedKey
“${$mySecretKey}”: bad substitution

This is a completely clean CentOS Minimal install and the only other thing I’ve installed is Apache HTTPD.

Once the installer is complete and I create a “test.cfm” in the /var/www/html/ directory and attempt to run it I get:

Tomcat Mod_CFML error
mod_cfml request authentication failed!

In the browser. According to:

http://www.modcfml.org/index.cfm/documentation/modcfml-tomcat-valve/config-options/

This error is something to do with the “SharedKey” mentioned above, but I have no idea what to do next.

Has anyone else had this issue or have any ideas how to fix it?

Thanks.

Kind regards,

Andrew
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Thanks Jordan, shit happens!!! :slight_smile:

Kind regards,

Andrew
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Association Member http://lucee.orgOn 28 July 2015 at 23:34, Jordan Michaels <@Jordan_Michaels> wrote:

Okay. Crazy. This was not present in my development builds (the ones that
I ran through all my tests). I must’ve made a mistake when copying files to
the production builds. ::facepalm::

I will crank out some patched installers today or tomorrow.

Warm Regards,
Jordan Michaels

On 07/28/2015 03:21 PM, Andrew Dixon wrote:

Well, I’ve been playing about with this a bit and I think it is actually
just an error in the install_mod_cfml.sh script. I changed the script to
have the secret key “hard coded” and then re-ran it manually and it
worked. I then just updated the Tomcat server.xml script to have the
correct key in it, e.g. so the one in the httpd.conf file and server.xml
file matched, and then it was all good.

Kind regards,

Andrew
about.me http://about.me/andrew_dixon - mso http://www.mso.net -
Lucee Association Member http://lucee.org

On 28 July 2015 at 22:43, Jon Clausen <@Jon_Clausen mailto:Jon_Clausen> wrote:

There are some crypto libraries and other utils many packages take
for granted that aren’t included in the CentOS minimal installation.
One suggestion might be to run the install commands for Tomcat and
see what dependencies will also be installed.

|yum install tomcat.noarch
|

You can see what’s currently installed with |yum list installed|

If openSSL isn’t installed, start there.

You can also upgrade package groups to Basic or Web Server, which
will add many of those common libraries, with:

|yum groupinstall "Base"
|

or

|yum groupinstall "Web Server"
|




On July 28, 2015 at 5:27:56 PM, Andrew Dixon (@Andrew_Dixon <mailto:@Andrew_Dixon>) wrote:

 Hi All,
I'm trying to install Lucee on CentOS 7 and I'm getting the
following error at the end of the installer:

/opt/lucee/sys/install_mod_cfml.sh: line 486: ModCFML_SharedKey
"${$mySecretKey}": bad substitution

This is a completely clean CentOS Minimal install and the only
other thing I've installed is Apache HTTPD.

Once the installer is complete and I create a "test.cfm" in the
/var/www/html/ directory and attempt to run it I get:

Tomcat Mod_CFML error
mod_cfml request authentication failed!

In the browser. According to:

http://www.modcfml.org/index.cfm/documentation/modcfml-tomcat-valve/config-options/

This error is something to do with the "SharedKey" mentioned
above, but I have no idea what to do next.

Has anyone else had this issue or have any ideas how to fix it?

Thanks.

Kind regards,

Andrew
about.me <http://about.me/andrew_dixon> - mso
<http://www.mso.net> - Lucee Association Member <http://lucee.org>
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Perfect. Thanks Andrew!

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Sent: Thursday, July 30, 2015 3:39:24 AM
Subject: Re: [Lucee] CentOS 7 install error

Thanks Jordan, I’ve updated the download links on the lucee.org site.

Kind regards,

Andrew
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Association Member http://lucee.org

Patched installers have been posted. Tested on CentOS 7 64 minimal with
httpd 2.4 without errors.

http://lucee.viviotech.net/

Release notes:
https://github.com/utdream/CFML-Installers/wiki/Lucee-Installer-Release-Notes

Warm Regards,
Jordan MichaelsOn 07/29/2015 11:24 AM, Andrew Dixon wrote:

Thanks Jordan, shit happens!!! :slight_smile:

Kind regards,

Andrew
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Lucee Association Member http://lucee.org

On 28 July 2015 at 23:34, Jordan Michaels <@Jordan_Michaels mailto:Jordan_Michaels> wrote:

Okay. Crazy. This was not present in my development builds (the ones
that I ran through all my tests). I must've made a mistake when
copying files to the production builds. ::facepalm::

I will crank out some patched installers today or tomorrow.

Warm Regards,
Jordan Michaels

On 07/28/2015 03:21 PM, Andrew Dixon wrote:

    Well, I've been playing about with this a bit and I think it is
    actually
    just an error in the install_mod_cfml.sh script. I changed the
    script to
    have the secret key "hard coded" and then re-ran it manually and it
    worked. I then just updated the Tomcat server.xml script to have the
    correct key in it, e.g. so the one in the httpd.conf file and
    server.xml
    file matched, and then it was all good.

    Kind regards,

    Andrew
    about.me <http://about.me> <http://about.me/andrew_dixon> - mso
    <http://www.mso.net> -
    Lucee Association Member <http://lucee.org>

    On 28 July 2015 at 22:43, Jon Clausen <@Jon_Clausen <mailto:@Jon_Clausen> <mailto:@Jon_Clausen <mailto:@Jon_Clausen>>> wrote:

         There are some crypto libraries and other utils many
    packages take
         for granted that aren’t included in the CentOS minimal
    installation.
         One suggestion might be to run the install commands for
    Tomcat and
         see what dependencies will also be installed.

         |yum install tomcat.noarch
         |

         You can see what’s currently installed with |yum list
    installed|

         If openSSL isn’t installed, start there.

         You can also upgrade package groups to Basic or Web Server,
    which
         will add many of those common libraries, with:

         |yum groupinstall "Base"
         |

         or

         |yum groupinstall "Web Server"
         |




         On July 28, 2015 at 5:27:56 PM, Andrew Dixon (@Andrew_Dixon <mailto:@Andrew_Dixon> <mailto:@Andrew_Dixon <mailto:@Andrew_Dixon>>) wrote:

             Hi All,

             I'm trying to install Lucee on CentOS 7 and I'm getting the
             following error at the end of the installer:

             /opt/lucee/sys/install_mod_cfml.sh: line 486:
        ModCFML_SharedKey
             "${$mySecretKey}": bad substitution

             This is a completely clean CentOS Minimal install and
        the only
             other thing I've installed is Apache HTTPD.

             Once the installer is complete and I create a
        "test.cfm" in the
             /var/www/html/ directory and attempt to run it I get:

             Tomcat Mod_CFML error
             mod_cfml request authentication failed!

             In the browser. According to:

        http://www.modcfml.org/index.cfm/documentation/modcfml-tomcat-valve/config-options/

             This error is something to do with the "SharedKey"
        mentioned
             above, but I have no idea what to do next.

             Has anyone else had this issue or have any ideas how to
        fix it?

             Thanks.

             Kind regards,

             Andrew
        about.me <http://about.me> <http://about.me/andrew_dixon> - mso
             <http://www.mso.net> - Lucee Association Member
        <http://lucee.org>
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Thanks Jordan, I’ve updated the download links on the lucee.org site.

Kind regards,

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Association Member http://lucee.orgOn 30 July 2015 at 01:34, Jordan Michaels <@Jordan_Michaels> wrote:

Patched installers have been posted. Tested on CentOS 7 64 minimal with
httpd 2.4 without errors.

http://lucee.viviotech.net/

Release notes:

https://github.com/utdream/CFML-Installers/wiki/Lucee-Installer-Release-Notes

Warm Regards,
Jordan Michaels

On 07/29/2015 11:24 AM, Andrew Dixon wrote:

Thanks Jordan, shit happens!!! :slight_smile:

Kind regards,

Andrew
about.me http://about.me/andrew_dixon - mso http://www.mso.net -
Lucee Association Member http://lucee.org

On 28 July 2015 at 23:34, Jordan Michaels <@Jordan_Michaels mailto:Jordan_Michaels> wrote:

Okay. Crazy. This was not present in my development builds (the ones
that I ran through all my tests). I must've made a mistake when
copying files to the production builds. ::facepalm::

I will crank out some patched installers today or tomorrow.

Warm Regards,
Jordan Michaels

On 07/28/2015 03:21 PM, Andrew Dixon wrote:

    Well, I've been playing about with this a bit and I think it is
    actually
    just an error in the install_mod_cfml.sh script. I changed the
    script to
    have the secret key "hard coded" and then re-ran it manually and

it
worked. I then just updated the Tomcat server.xml script to have
the
correct key in it, e.g. so the one in the httpd.conf file and
server.xml
file matched, and then it was all good.

    Kind regards,

    Andrew
    about.me <http://about.me> <http://about.me/andrew_dixon> - mso
    <http://www.mso.net> -
    Lucee Association Member <http://lucee.org>

    On 28 July 2015 at 22:43, Jon Clausen <@Jon_Clausen <mailto: @Jon_Clausen> <mailto:@Jon_Clausen <mailto:@Jon_Clausen>>> wrote:

         There are some crypto libraries and other utils many
    packages take
         for granted that aren’t included in the CentOS minimal
    installation.
         One suggestion might be to run the install commands for
    Tomcat and
         see what dependencies will also be installed.

         |yum install tomcat.noarch
         |

         You can see what’s currently installed with |yum list
    installed|

         If openSSL isn’t installed, start there.

         You can also upgrade package groups to Basic or Web Server,
    which
         will add many of those common libraries, with:

         |yum groupinstall "Base"
         |

         or

         |yum groupinstall "Web Server"
         |




         On July 28, 2015 at 5:27:56 PM, Andrew Dixon (@Andrew_Dixon <mailto:@Andrew_Dixon> <mailto:@Andrew_Dixon <mailto:@Andrew_Dixon>>) wrote:

             Hi All,

             I'm trying to install Lucee on CentOS 7 and I'm getting

the
following error at the end of the installer:

             /opt/lucee/sys/install_mod_cfml.sh: line 486:
        ModCFML_SharedKey
             "${$mySecretKey}": bad substitution

             This is a completely clean CentOS Minimal install and
        the only
             other thing I've installed is Apache HTTPD.

             Once the installer is complete and I create a
        "test.cfm" in the
             /var/www/html/ directory and attempt to run it I get:

             Tomcat Mod_CFML error
             mod_cfml request authentication failed!

             In the browser. According to:

http://www.modcfml.org/index.cfm/documentation/modcfml-tomcat-valve/config-options/

             This error is something to do with the "SharedKey"
        mentioned
             above, but I have no idea what to do next.

             Has anyone else had this issue or have any ideas how to
        fix it?

             Thanks.

             Kind regards,

             Andrew
        about.me <http://about.me> <http://about.me/andrew_dixon> -

mso
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