We recently launched an Bitnami AMI on Amazon EC2. We would like to configure 2 differently domain names and point to different folder on our Amazon server.
Amazon suggested us to signup for Amazon Route53 to manage DNS. However, following their instruction to run the PERL script without any luck. We got a lot of error messages when run their .pl script. Amazon support said that it works on their Linux AMI so we need to contact Bitnami for further assistant.
Here is our process and the error message
1- I've set up your ID & Key via the console and created your secrets file along with the XML file.
2- When executing the perl file and quering the amazong server It's returning an error, So please contact their support:
root@ip-10-228-178-207:~# ./dnscurl.pl --keyfile ~/.aws-secrets --keyname my-aws-account -H "Content-Type: text/xml; charset=UTF-8" -X POST --upload-file ./MyCreateRequest.xml https://route53.amazonaws.com/doc/2011-07-30/hostedzone Unknown option: h Unknown option: x Unknown option: upload-file curl: (77) error setting certificate verify locations: Â CAfile: /usr/share/ssl/certs/ca-bundle.crt Â CApath: none
Ouch, curl --progress-bar -I --max-time 5 --url https://route53.amazonaws.com/doc/2011-07-30/hostedzon/date failed with exit status 77
If there anything if Bitnami support could help.
Right, based on the changelog, the cacert issue was fixed in the BitNami Wordpress 3.1.1 version. You can download a ca-bundle.crt file or upload your browser ca-bundle.crt file. You can also download the Amazon SES Tool which ships a ca-bundle.crt file and copy it in /usr/share/ssl/certs/ca-bundle.crt.
answered 30 Aug '11, 09:17
Beltran Rueda ♦♦