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This looks like an authentication issue - either you are using the incorrect account, or your account hasnt been setup yet / incorrectly.
If you try and access: https://downloads.opsview.com/opsview-commercial/latest/apt/dists/lucid/
..with your credentials, can you login?
<p>Hello,</p><p>Can you please help me on how to provide the <span style="font-size: 15px; line-height: 21px; background-color: rgb(250, 250, 250);">authentication credantials. I see the following in the instructions</span></p><p>==============</p><p># Opsview packages</p><div><div>deb https://downloads.opsview.com/k/<REPOSITORY_KEY>/opsview-commercia... <OS> main</div></div><p>==============</p><p>But I am not sure from where will I get this REPOSITORY_KEY ?</p>
Can you please help me on how to provide the authentication credantials. I see the following in the instructions.
# Opsview packages
But I am not sure from where will I get this <REPOSITORY_KEY>
I have the same problem with RHEL6 and OPSview Trial.
"The requested URL returned error: 401 Authorization Required"In the documentation is mentioned to use <REPOSITORY_KEY> in the url.But I don't have a "<REPOSITORY_KEY>", I received only a mail with a "Product-key", which is not usable in the url...