are behind a proxy. I've got the http_proxy environment variable set
properly, but when I try to use puppet module install <foo> it doesn't seem
to honor it and can't connect.
I used wget to download it, but even when I use modulepath it still tries
to connect to the forge and fails.
sudo puppet module install --modulepath . puppetlabs-stdlib-2.3.3.tar.gz
sudo puppet module install --modulepath . puppetlabs/stdlib
sudo puppet module install --modulepath . puppetlabs-stdlib
I consistently get:
Preparing to install into . ...
Downloading from http://forge.puppetlabs.com ...
Error: Network is unreachable - connect(2)
Error: Try 'puppet help module install' for usage
According to the documentaion,
--modulepath MODULEPATH - Which directories to look for modules in
--target-dir DIR | -i DIR - The directory into which modules are
but it seems to be trying to install FROM the web into the current
I'm using puppet 2.7.16 on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS.
What do I need to do to either install it from the local source, or install
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