Unable to install shibboleth.x86_64 on AWS EC2 instance

Nate Klingenstein ndk at sudonym.me
Tue Sep 25 07:25:54 EDT 2018


Yes, it works fine as long as all the directives are loaded properly.  Your
second suggestion would be a cleaner approach.  Mine was just the easy fix
since all the starter configuration is already in one file in the
Shibboleth distribution.  At least as far as I can remember -- the test box
is long dead now -- the rebuilt RPM couldn't locate a place to
automatically place a shib.conf.

I really just wish Linux distributions weren't so creative about
redistributing HTTPD.

Take care, and I hope you are happy and healthy,

On Tue, Sep 25, 2018 at 4:01 AM, Takeshi NISHIMURA <takeshi at nii.ac.jp>

> Hi Nate,
> On 2018/09/09 9:17, Nate Klingenstein wrote:
>> so to actually load the newly built module, you'll need to copy or
>> symlink the apache24.conf file that comes with Shibboleth:
>> ln -s /etc/shibboleth/apache24.config /etc/httpd/conf.modules.d/shib.conf
> Doesn't mod_shib work when the apache24.conf is placed in the directory
> /etc/httpd/conf.d/? Shibboleth SP on CentOS does so.
> The ordinary way seems to place only a LoadModule line in
> /etc/httpd/conf.modules.d/ and the rest is placed in /etc/httpd/conf.d/ .
> Best regards,
> Takeshi
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