Right. But for a second I thought I need to setup a subdomain. If it was
supposed to be just <hostname / ip / domain> then we should write it that
way in the doc, if that’s the real meaning behind it.
On Mon, Jul 30, 2012 at 2:00 AM, Daniel Condomitti firstname.lastname@example.org:
SCP uses SSH so just use your new chef server’s ip in place of
chef-server.example.com. You don’t need an http server for this.
On Jul 29, 2012, at 10:59 PM, John Wong email@example.com wrote:
I installed chef-server on my new ubuntu image using apt-get method.
I followed the tutorial very closely:
At the end it said
your-laptop > mkdir ~/.chef
your-laptop > scp chef-server.example.com:/tmp/my-username.pem
I can’t access chef-server.192.168.1.22 of course. Am I supposed to? I
don’t have nginx or apache2 serving this I think.