Hi, I was trying to setup a Jfrog Remote artifactory repository in our organisation and were unable to do so. It looks like there is some issue with the
We have been able to setup all other kinds of external apt repos and have been using artifactory for a number of years now, so it doesn’t look like any issue with artifactory settings.
https://d3g5vo6xdbdb9a.cloudfront.net/apt/ if accessed via browser returns Access denied. I assume the permissions on these folders/objects should be recursively set to publicly browsable.
Note: We are able to use the repo on our machines by pointing to
https://d3g5vo6xdbdb9a.cloudfront.net/apt/in source.list however not able to set remote repo in artifactory. Please fix the permissions on the repo folders.
Also a completely seperate issue : I inspected the contents of
and found the the Homepage link mentioned in the description of all the packages gives a 404. (https://opendistro.github.io/elasticsearch/downloads)
Thanks @apednekar. Could you please open an issue on github?
Hi @apednekar we only allow users to directly retrieve the artifacts with static links.
If you want to add ODFE and all the dependencies to your artifactory, try these steps:
wget -qO - https://d3g5vo6xdbdb9a.cloudfront.net/GPG-KEY-opendistroforelasticsearch | sudo apt-key add -
echo "deb https://d3g5vo6xdbdb9a.cloudfront.net/apt stable main" | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list.d/opendistroforelasticsearch.list
sudo apt update
mkdir debs && cd debs
sudo apt download opendistroforelasticsearch
sudo apt download opendistro-*
You should have all the required packages for now: