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  • Nick Howitt
    Nick Howitt replied to a discussion, Atom and Gitlab

    I have two extensions installed but I don't know what does what - Atom gitlab-integration and gitlab(?). Both need a personal access tolken you set up in Gitlab. Instructions are in Atom > Settings > Packages > gitlab-integration > Settings.

    On the top right side of the main UI first select the packages to stage, or Stage All. Enter a Commit message. Commit to Master. Then at the very bottom, Push.

    I don't know how to then merge Master with Clear7 for the moment (this forces a build on the ClearCenter Koji and pushes the package to one if the testing repos if it has been enabled).

  • Can you post your /etc/samba/smb.conf and /etc/dnsmasq.d/dhcp.conf?

    From notes I have from a while ago:

    I've had another test today.

    1 - Without the SMB1.0 client enabled in Win10, with a domain logon, my server never shows in the Network tab.
    2 - With the SMB1.0 client enabled in Win10, with a domain logon my server always shows immediately in the Network tab. I can then click on the server icon and see its shares.

    Restricting Samba to SMB1/NT1 is irrelevant.
    I don't know if this helps.

  • Nick Howitt
    Nick Howitt replied to a discussion, Atom and Gitlab

    Commiting happened down on the bottom right of the screen, from memory you click on the Git icon, bottom right, and a panel opens up. You can put your commit message there and commit. I can't remember for the life of me how I pushed, but I think you get the option once you have some commits. To help with cloning and committing, I added my private SSH key to C:\Users\Nick\.ssh

  • Nick Howitt
    Nick Howitt replied to a discussion, Atom and Gitlab

    Dave had me download Git for Windows which opens a sort of command prompt where Windows and Linux commands work. In there, I had to navigate to a working folder of my choice then do a "git clone .....". Once the project was cloned, in Atom I could then open a project folder and see what I'd cloned. There was no need to use a plugin. The only reason to use the git command prompt was to switch branches and do some git manipulations, although some of them could be done directly in Atom.

  • Nick Howitt
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    Re: clearsyncd consumes 100% of CPU

    What is your version of csplugin-events? You should get:If you don't, please bring your system up to date with a:


    If it is up to date, please clear your events database with:

  • Nick Howitt
    Nick Howitt replied to a discussion, clearsyncd consumes 100% of CPU

    What is your version of csplugin-events? You should get:If you don't, please bring your system up to date with a:


    If it is up to date, please clear your events database with:

  • Yes it was a typo.

    OpveVPN is an interesting one for starting ans stopping (like arpwatch). If you look at the unit file in /usr/lib/systemd/system/ you'll see openvpn@.service with the @after the service name. I fon't know the exact definition of this but it means it takes an extra parameter and in this case it is the name of the conf file. So you do a:This just restarts the service defined by the clients.conf and does not touch the one defined by clients-tcp.conf.

  • Nick Howitt
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    Re: OpenVPN client-to-client traffic routing

    The file you want is /etc/clearos/clients.conf. Just add "client-to-client" to it. You can leave Autoconfiguration enabled. It won't touch this parameter.

  • Nick Howitt
    Nick Howitt replied to a discussion, Webui broken

    Out of curiosity, can you try changing the line in /etc/sudoers from:

    to
    Change it back after testing.

  • The file you want is /etc/clearos/clients.conf. Just add "client-to-client" to it. You can leave Autoconfiguration enabled. It won't touch this parameter.