Can I Install openAM on my virtual box image?


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    I am looking forward to install openAM on my centOS virtual box image. This box have localhost as IP address and doamin name as localhost.localdomain. I tried once but it installation was failing.

    Do we need only proper IP address that resovles in proper DNS and domain name?


     Peter Major

    Installing OpenAM using “localhost” is not recommended, since OpenAM is a cookie based SSO solution and browsers don’t tend to save cookies for localhost. Instead, you should be able to define a hostname in your /etc/hosts file (so it doesn’t even have to be set up in DNS) and then use that custom hostname while setting up OpenAM.
    Another common cause of failure is not being able to resolve hostname, for more details, see:

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