Requires: libcurl.so.3()(64bit)


#1

I am trying to install (yum install git) but at the end of throws me an error that is:

Error: Package: git-1.7.12.4-1.el5.rf.x86_64 (rpmforge) Requires: libcurl.so.3 () (64bit)

I want to install (clone git https://github.com/letsencrypt/letsencrypt) but I can not continue on the error.

Then run (yum list --showduplicates libcurl \ *) to see that I have installed and this is what appears to me.

Loaded plugins: fastestmirror

Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile

libcurl-devel.i686 7.19.7-46.el6 base

libcurl-devel.x86_64 7.19.7-46.el6

My server is a:
CentOS release 6.5 (Final)
Linux server x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

Can someone help me please ? If I have to erase or delete it or be able to fix this?
Thank you very much.


#2

Is this an upgraded installation of CentOS, e.g. from CentOS 5? I think you might be using an rpmforge version that’s not meant for CentOS 6.5. You should be able to remove it with yum remove rpmforge-release* (and then reinstall the correct version if needed).


#3

Hello, I have followed your action and can eliminate everything.
Thank you!

I can put now to install you can guide me please?
Thanks again.


#4

Installing git should succeed now, and the rest should be covered by the documentation. Happy to help if you run into any other errors!


#5

Mr. Pfg - thank you very much for your time. I will get down to work to see what happens.
Greetings.


#6

Hello again, once I uninstalled now I can not run it again.
Does nothing. He says not found.
Thank you.


#7

Did you install git with yum install git?


#8

Hi, no it does not.
I put only

git clone https://github.com/letsencrypt/letsencrypt

I’ll try with his own.
Thank you.


#9

Hello again, now if you could install.
It is yum install does not appear in the tutorial.
I will continue with the rest.
Thanks for your time.


#10

I can already move that well thank you very much!
Now I’m in a matter that certainly is simple, tell me something port 80
Thank you.


#11

Looks like you’re trying the standalone authenticator. That authenticator functions as a temporary webserver if you don’t have one running on the host in question. Apparently you have one running, so you’d be better of (probably) with the webroot authenticator.


#12

Hello, currently my server has a certificate of Plesk.
But nothing more.
As I can run the Webroot you say please?
Thank you very much.


#13

Hello and it seems that everything goes well.
I put a domain but jumped 80 error.
Now I have everything properly installed but not like seeing certificates to install and operate.
I put a single domain but gave me the certificate code.

I have to do now please do not know where to move. Already he installed but not all.
Thanks to all.


#14

Bump!
Any help please ?
Thanks.


#15

Frankly, I don’t quite understand you… And I can’t help you when I don’t know the actual problem.

The output of the client would have told you where it saved the certificate and key… Try looking in /etc/letsencrypt.


#16

Hi thanks for your message.
Everything is already installed but not now I have to do.
I agreed and where you told me these things and I appear. I can see the Key private but nothing more.
Not like seeing the domains, I put just one.

You have something to do that I am using cloudflare?
Thank you very much.


#17

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