Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 129922
Can't register - Error message:"Problem registering username."
Last modified: 2012-06-20 12:15:51 EDT
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Description of problem:
Whenever I try to run it I put in all the info they ask me for, but by
the end of the process (Sending my profile information to Red Hat
Network) I get an error message saying -
"Problem registering username."
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
2.Enter all relevant data and keep pressing Next 'till you get to the
last part where it says:
"We finished collecting information for the system profile"
3. Press "Next"
Actual Results: I get an error message saying "Problem registering
Expected Results: Registration status: success?
It never worked before, so I don't know...
what version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux is this with?
what version of the client (ie, output of `rpm -q up2date`)?
Redhat 9 lite edition
I am working with RHEL 4 update 5 AS - 2.9.6-55 ELsmp and I am getting error "Problem registering username".
I know my login is correct and password is as well. When I am on that screen after completion of Disks 1-4 of my installation, I rebooted and started the continued setup and activation portion of the installation. I entered my username and password and clicked "Next". I get an onscreen popup stating there was a problem with firstboot.py module.
I clicked "Ok" and went to the next Subscription screen. I tried to enter my Active unused subscription number and I get the popup of "Problem registering username". I have already opened a support ticket with Redhat and am trying to work through it. I also attempted to use the option of Use existing active subscription and I get the same error... "Problem reg ...".
See RH Support Case# 1888716 if you have access or can get a tech to reference it.
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