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the extension fails to install cloudera due to cloudera repo not being available

New Contributor

Dear all,

I m trying to install cloudera on VMs

log "Set cloudera-manager.repo to CM v5"
yum clean all >> "${LOG_FILE}" 2>&1
rpm --import >> "${LOG_FILE}" 2>&1
wget -O /etc/yum.repos.d/cloudera-manager.repo >> "${LOG_FILE}" 2>&1

curl: (22) The requested URL returned error: 401 Authentication required

How can I login ?  do I necessarily need a subscription ?

I called cloudera sales team yesterday, they do not even give individual license.  



Hello @stefankambiz_be 

To access the repository, you will need to have paywall credentials. And these credentials are provided by the cloudera accounts team. 

New Contributor



Thanks for your response.

I tried to call the sales to purchase an individual license, they do not sell an individual license.

Is there anyway to install an open source Azure quickstart ?


I finally installed a docker version of Cloudera QuickStart .  however the File Browsing is missing from HDFS.


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