Thanks. I’m trying to install chefdk from here http://downloads.getchef.com/chef-dk/redhat/#/0.3.0
Which version works for RHEL 5.x? It’s not clear from the page. I know the latest version (v0.3.2 is for RH6.)
From: Galen Emery [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, November 07, 2014 11:52 AM
To: Fouts, Chris
Subject: RE: [chef] Re: knife windows, what am I missing?
Then basically, the knife you’re using doesn’t know about knife Windows.
Check your system for multiple knifes (knives?) and figure out which knife has knife Windows installed and make sure you use that one.
Personally, I prefer to ensure I only have chefdk on my workstation. Really helps clean up these problems.
On Nov 7, 2014 8:49 AM, “Fouts, Chris” <Chris.Fouts@sensus.commailto:Chris.Fouts@sensus.com> wrote:
Not chefdk, but rather chef-client package itself. “knife” command does not show any winrm sub-commands of course.
From: Galen Emery [mailto:email@example.com:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, November 07, 2014 11:45 AM
Subject: [chef] Re: knife windows, what am I missing?
Are you using chefdk? If so, try chef gem list instead to see if knife-Windows is installed into chef’s ruby.
If you just try “knife” does that return a list of knife winrm commands?
On Nov 7, 2014 8:42 AM, “Fouts, Chris” <Chris.Fouts@sensus.commailto:Chris.Fouts@sensus.com> wrote:
This is on a RHEL workstation running chef-client v11.12.8
[chef-repos]# gem list | grep windows
[chef-repos]# knife winrm help
FATAL: Cannot find sub command for: ‘winrm help’
Of course the following command breaks
Knife bootstrap windows winrm ……