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I'm using Foreman for RedHat 6.0 booting over ipxe (but that shouldn't matter ;)

The kernel parameters used for booting are:

kernel ks=https://puppet.at.internal/unattended/provision ksdevice=bootif network kssendmac

When anaconda tries to load the KS file it gives me this error:

Error downloading https://puppet.at.internal/unattended/provision: Problem with the SSL CA cert (path? access rights?)

Unfortunately google is as helpful as the Redhat docs - there's no information on how to turn off SSL verification :( Since I am using at.internal as domain I also cannot get an official certificate but, due to the company restrictions i must use https...

It would be also okay if it would be possible to add the CA (or certfile) as a bootcmd.

Thanks in advance for your help!

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Use the anaconda option noverifyssl to disable SSL certificate checking

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