This is a bit like the insecure
However the URL is HTTPS with a valid certificate.
We have a quick procedure for people who just want to test Rudder:
wget https://repository.rudder.io/tools/rudder-setup chmod +x rudder-setup ./rudder-setup setup-server latest
This will setup Rudder repository on your system and the use the package manager to install rudder server in latest version.
rudder-setup can also install an agent or a relay in any version, here is the full usage:
Usage rudder-setup (add-repository|setup-agent|setup-server|upgrade-agent|upgrade-server) <rudder_version> [<policy_server>] Adds a repository and setup rudder on your OS Should work on as many OS as possible Currently suported : Debian, Ubuntu, RHEL, Fedora, Centos, Amazon, Oracle, SLES rudder_version : x.y or x.y.z or x.y-nightly or ci/x.y or lts or latest x.y: the latest x.y release (ex: 3.2) x.y.z: the exact x.y.z release (ex: 3.2.1) x.y.z-t: the exact x.y.z release with a retag number t (ex: 3.2.1-1) x.y.z.a: the latest x.y.z pre-release where a can be alpha1, beta1, rc1... (ex: 4.0.0.rc1) x.y-nightly: the latest public x.y nightly build (ex: 3.2-nightly) ci/x.y: the latest private x.y nightly build (ex: ci/3.2) ci/x.y.z: the latest private x.y.z release build (ex: ci/3.2.16) ci/x.y.z-t: the latest private x.y.z release build with a retag number t (ex: ci/3.2.16-1) ci/x.y.z.a: the latest private x.y.z pre-release build (ex: ci/4.0.0.rc1) lts: the latest long term support version latest: the latest stable version