(Migrated) getting zato's admin on a headless ubuntu 14.04 LTS server

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Hi,

Full disclosure: I never tried setting up zato on a headless OS before.

I=B9m running zato on an EC2 ubuntu 14.04 LTS server. I am at the stage wher=
e
I am supposed to access the admin interface at 127.0.0:8183 to connect the
channels.=20

Is there a way I can do that through the command line of the ubuntu server?

What are my options?

Thanks,
Nancy

Thanks.

General question: so, I am setting up a demo/proof-of-concept configuration
and I followed the quickstart guide: do the passwords have to be encrypted?
Off course in a real environment, everything will be password protected +
the whole nine yards.

From: Baad Sequel badsequel@gmail.com
Date: Saturday, October 25, 2014 at 6:02 AM
To: Nancy Zayed nancy@magic3inc.com
Cc: zato-discuss@lists.zato.io
Subject: Re: [Zato-discuss] getting zato’s admin on a headless ubuntu 14.0=
4
LTS server

Check CLI documentation. I think you most if not all config via command lin=
e
interface.

Out and about, no access to browser atm…

On Oct 25, 2014 2:58 PM, “Nancy Zayed” nancy@magic3inc.com wrote:

Hi,
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Full disclosure: I never tried setting up zato on a headless OS before.
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I=B9m running zato on an EC2 ubuntu 14.04 LTS server. I am at the stage wh=
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am supposed to access the admin interface at 127.0.0:8183 to connect the
channels.=20
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Is there a way I can do that through the command line of the ubuntu serve=
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What are my options?
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Thanks,
Nancy
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Check CLI documentation. I think you most if not all config via command
line interface.

Out and about, no access to browser atm…
On Oct 25, 2014 2:58 PM, “Nancy Zayed” nancy@magic3inc.com wrote:

Hi,

Full disclosure: I never tried setting up zato on a headless OS before.

I=E2=80=99m running zato on an EC2 ubuntu 14.04 LTS server. I am at the =
stage
where I am supposed to access the admin interface at 127.0.0:8183 to
connect the channels.

Is there a way I can do that through the command line of the ubuntu serve=
r?

What are my options?

Thanks,
Nancy