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  • Joe1

    How to Change LAN IP Address for All Apps

    My old ClearOS 5 gateway has a LAN IP address of 192.168.1.1. I am setting up a new CleaOS 7.2 Gateway system. Its WAN is temporarily connected to the LAN of the old system.

    In order for DNS to work, I had to set the new system's LAN IP address to 192.168.2.1.

    When I put the new system into operation then I would like to change its LAN IP address to 192.168.1.1 as well.

    I had tried changing it through the menu but the firewall stopped passing anything.

    My question is therefore, in what places do I have to change the IP address so that it takes effect everywhere?

    I imagine that the Content Filter needs fixing also.

    Thanks,

    Joe

  • Joe1

    Marketplace is working for me too since the update yesterday.

    Thanks,

    Joe

  • Joe1

    I tried Chrome and Developer tools and still get the same result saying no packages selected.

    I turned on debugging and tried again. I have attached the resulting debug.log in zipped form.

    Thanks,

    Joe

    Ben Chambers wrote:

    @Bill - First, try a different browser than what you were using...use Chrome and the Developer Tools (F12) and see if it is a) browser dependant and b) if there are any console log messages.

    Second, turn on debugging (touch /etc/clearos/webconfig.debug) and try using the Marketplace again. Send us your /var/log/webconfig/debug.log for analysis.

    Third...failing anything good with the two suggestions above, if you like, please submit a support ticket here free of charge, selecting remote access via SSH so we can login and try and duplicate what you're seeing.

    B

  • Joe1
    Joe1 replied to a discussion, How to Release IP address Leases

    I set the lease time to 4 weeks but that did not release any addresses yet, so I edited the file that you mentioned and that did it for me..


    The path on ClearOS 5 was actually. /var/misc/dnsmasq.leases.

    Thanks,

    Joe

    Nick Howitt wrote:

    Leases are held in /var/lib/dnsmasq/dnsmasq.leases. You may need to stop dnsmasq before you edit the file.

    [edit]
    From the webconfig you can set the lease time to 4 weeks (in 6.x. I don't know about 5.x). If this is not enough, you can manually edit /etc/dnsmasq.d/dhcp.conf.
    [/edit]

  • Joe1

    I reinstalled Clearos. In the setup wizard I selected Content filter and then hit next. As soon as I did that, most of the files below appeared in the framework/cache directory. There are no mp-cart-... files.

    app-account-import app-mail-antivirus app-static-vpn-basic
    app-accounts app-mail-archive app-support
    app-active-directory app-mail-retrieval app-system-monitor
    app-administrators app-mariadb app-system-report
    app-antimalware-updates app-marketplace app-transmission
    app-antiphishing app-master-slave app-user-certificates
    app-antispam-updates app-multiwan app-user-profile
    app-antivirus app-nat-firewall app-users
    app-apcups app-network app-web-access-control
    app-application-filter app-network-map app-web-proxy
    app-attack-detector app-network-report app-web-server
    app-backuppc app-network-visualiser app-wpad
    app-bandwidth-viewer app-ntp app-zarafa-community
    app-base app-openldap-directory app-zarafa-small-business
    app-bmbackup app-openvpn app-zarafa-small-business-100-users
    app-certificate-manager app-owncloud-business app-zarafa-small-business-10-users
    app-configuration-backup app-owncloud-business-100-users app-zarafa-small-business-20-users
    app-content-filter app-owncloud-business-10-users app-zarafa-small-business-50-users
    app-content-filter-updates app-owncloud-business-20-users app-zarafa-small-business-5-users
    app-dashboard app-owncloud-business-50-users d1b9aa33dfba391fced9617664d235d0
    app-date app-owncloud-business-5-users installed_apps
    app-dhcp app-password-policies mp-056f3151f686cef9ab79c83e352b8b8c
    app-disk-usage app-photo-organizer mp-0724a3f8ba861c0a445fa2e24324c703
    app-dmz app-plex mp-7244d5cde612990be1f989ed7dcb9b20
    app-dns app-port-forwarding mp-874c716899aaad4929e03098b307c65f
    app-dnsthingy app-pptpd mp-87d31fb4029dd4a55061bbc17230a2b6
    app-dropbox app-print-server mp-c3c7a251e58bc51602d7c1ac3e1eca5f
    app-dynamic-dns app-process-viewer mp-logo-antimalware_updates.svg
    app-dynamic-vpn app-protocol-filter mp-logo-antispam_updates.svg
    app-egress-firewall app-proxy-report mp-logo-content_filter_updates.svg
    app-events app-qos mp-logo-dnsthingy.svg
    app-file-scan app-radius mp-logo-dropbox.svg
    app-firewall-custom app-raid mp-logo-dynamic_dns.svg
    app-flexshare app-registration mp-logo-dynamic_vpn.svg
    app-ftp app-remote-backup mp-logo-google_apps.svg
    app-google-apps app-remote-backup-100gb mp-logo-intrusion_protection_updates.svg
    app-greylisting app-remote-backup-10gb mp-logo-owncloud_business_100_users.svg
    app-groups app-remote-backup-1gb mp-logo-owncloud_business_10_users.svg
    app-ibvpn app-remote-backup-25gb mp-logo-owncloud_business_20_users.svg
    app-imap app-remote-backup-50gb mp-logo-owncloud_business_50_users.svg
    app-incoming-firewall app-remote-backup-5gb mp-logo-owncloud_business_5_users.svg
    app-intrusion-detection app-resource-report mp-logo-remote_backup_100gb.svg
    app-intrusion-prevention app-roundcubemail mp-logo-remote_backup_10gb.svg
    app-intrusion-protection-updates app-samba mp-logo-remote_backup_1gb.svg
    app-kaspersky-gateway app-samba-directory mp-logo-remote_backup_25gb.svg
    app-kaspersky-gateway-100-users app-security-audit mp-logo-remote_backup_50gb.svg
    app-kaspersky-gateway-250-users app-services mp-logo-remote_backup_5gb.svg
    app-kaspersky-gateway-50-users app-serviio mp-logo-remote_backup.svg
    app-kaspersky-mail app-shell-extension-core mp-logo-security_audit.svg
    app-kaspersky-mail-100-users app-smart-monitor mp-logo-software_repository.svg
    app-kaspersky-mail-250-users app-smtp mp-logo-system_monitor.svg
    app-kaspersky-mail-50-users app-software-repository sdn-13bfa9551835a4d514d080986836322a
    app-log-viewer app-software-updates yum_repo.list
    app-mail app-ssh-server
    app-mail-antispam app-static-vpn

    Ben Chambers wrote:

    @Joe

    No apps have been selected for installation.


    Looks similar to what's being posted here, but in fact, your issue is very, very different. Nothing to do with Yum or repos and everything to do with your browser and how an ajax call submitted to the server when you select an app for installation is used to maintain state of your selected apps.

    When you click on an app (highlight) for installation, you should find a new (or updated) file on your server in /var/clearos/framework/cache/mp-cart.xxxxxx

    Where xxxxx will be some random session number.

    To help yourself with some troubleshooting, remove any old sessions of that cached file:



    Go back to Marketplace and refresh the page...add an app.

    If you don't see that file being created, that's where we need to start looking. If you do see that file, and you go to the "Install selected apps" page and the table show nothing, I'd be surprised, but we need to troubleshoot that differently.

    Report back and we'll see if we can get to the root cause.

    B.

  • Joe1
    Joe1 started a new discussion, How to Release IP address Leases

    How to Release IP address Leases

    After years of using Clearos 5.x with the DHCP server set to provide leases for unlimited time, I have run out of IP addresses.

    How can I manually release specific IP addresses?

    I do not want to set the lese time very low.

    Thanks,

    Joe

  • Joe1

    Ben,
    I do not get any mp-cart-xxxxxx files created in that directory when I select an item for install.

    The cache folder is owned by root with permissions drwxrwxrwt.

    I run into this problem during the initial setup wizard when it gives me the option to install Marketplace apps, so I have not done much yet to affect teh system.

    Any ideas what to look at next to fix this?

    Thanks,

    Joe

    Ben Chambers wrote:

    @Joe

    No apps have been selected for installation.


    Looks similar to what's being posted here, but in fact, your issue is very, very different. Nothing to do with Yum or repos and everything to do with your browser and how an ajax call submitted to the server when you select an app for installation is used to maintain state of your selected apps.

    When you click on an app (highlight) for installation, you should find a new (or updated) file on your server in /var/clearos/framework/cache/mp-cart.xxxxxx

    Where xxxxx will be some random session number.

    To help yourself with some troubleshooting, remove any old sessions of that cached file:



    Go back to Marketplace and refresh the page...add an app.

    If you don't see that file being created, that's where we need to start looking. If you do see that file, and you go to the "Install selected apps" page and the table show nothing, I'd be surprised, but we need to troubleshoot that differently.

    Report back and we'll see if we can get to the root cause.

    B.

  • Joe1

    I am having the same problem. I select the packages in the marketplace that I install then hit install and it jumps to the install page saying "No apps have been selected for installation."

    My repo list is shown below.

    I did run:

    yum-config-manager --enable clearos-updates

    Updating through the GUI did work. Also, I can install apps successfully using yum.

    I have reinstalled several times and have the same problem.

    The computer that I am using to connect to the server is running WIndows 10. I tried using the latest Firefox and also the Edge browser.

    Any idea how to fix?

    yum repolist
    Loaded plugins: clearcenter-marketplace, fastestmirror
    ClearCenter Marketplace: fetching repositories...
    Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile
    * clearos: mirror1-frankfurt.clearos.com
    * clearos-centos: download2.clearsdn.com
    * clearos-centos-updates: download2.clearsdn.com
    * clearos-contribs: mirror1-frankfurt.clearos.com
    * clearos-epel: download2.clearsdn.com
    * clearos-fast-updates: download2.clearsdn.com
    * clearos-infra: mirror1-frankfurt.clearos.com
    * clearos-updates: mirror1-frankfurt.clearos.com
    * private-clearcenter-dyndns: download3.clearsdn.com:80
    * private-clearcenter-plex: download1.clearsdn.com:80
    repo id repo name status
    clearos/7 ClearOS 7 - x86_64 - OS 718
    clearos-centos/7/x86_64 CentOS-7 - Base 8,917+90
    clearos-centos-updates/7/x86_64 CentOS-7 - Updates 1,525+255
    clearos-contribs/7 ClearOS 7 - x86_64 - Contribs 72
    clearos-epel/7/x86_64 EPEL 7 - x86_64 10,100+33
    clearos-fast-updates/7/x86_64 ClearOS 7 - x86_64 - Fast Updates 38
    clearos-infra/7 ClearOS 7 - x86_64 - Infrastructure 16
    clearos-updates/7 ClearOS 7 - x86_64 - Updates 391
    private-clearcenter-dyndns ClearCenter Dynamic DNS 2
    private-clearcenter-plex ClearCenter Plex Media Server 3
    repolist: 21,782

  • Joe1
    Joe1 replied to a discussion, Boot Loader Install Failed

    I tried to install grub2 from the command line as follows
    grub2-install --recheck --no-floppy --root-directory=/ /dev/sda
    i got a message
    grub2-install error hostdisk/sda appears to contain a ufs filesystem which isn't known to reserve space for dos-style boot

    I found the following solution at http://askubuntu.com/questions/126146/i-cant-install-grub2
    **********************************************************************************************************************************
    It appears that you somehow got an iso9660 filesystem header written into your hard disk's boot track. Since your first partition starts at sector 2048, and you are using the conventional msdos partition table, you can eliminate it by writing zeros to sectors 1-2047 with the following command:

    sudo dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sda bs=512 seek=1 count=2047

    **********************************************************************************************************************************
    I ran this command. After that then Clearos 7.2 installed!

  • Joe1
    Joe1 started a new discussion, Boot Loader Install Failed

    Boot Loader Install Failed

    I am trying to install Clearos 7.2 on two different systems and install keeps failing with the message: "boot loader install failed" on both of them. The message details read as shown below.
    anaconda 21.48.22.56-1 exception report
    Traceback (Most recent call first):
    File"/usr/lib64/python2.7/site-packages/pyanaconda/bootloader.py", line 1600 in install
    raise BootLoaderError(:boot loader install failed")
    File "/usr/lib64/python2.7/site-packages/pyanaconda/bootloader.py", line 1615, in write self.install()
    File "/usr/lib64/python2.7/site-packages/pyanaconda/bootloader.py", line 2368, in WriteBootLoaderFinal
    storage.bootloader.write()
    File "/usr/lib64/python2.7/site-packages/pyanaconda/bootloader.py", line 2440, in writeBootloader
    writeBootLoaderFinal(storage.payload, instClass, ksdata)
    File "/usr/lib64/python2.7/site-packages/pyanaconda/bootloader.py", line 254, in doinstall

    System 1: HP Envy 700-230qe with Core I7- 4770 CPU, 32 GB ram, 2 TB hard drive.
    System 2: Compulab Fitlet RM-IA-10 with AMD A10 micro 6700T quad core processor, 8 GB ram, Samsung 850 EVO 500 GB MSATA SSD

    I tried turning off UEFI boot in the BIOS. I tried allowing only UEFI boot in the bios.

    I tried automatic partitioning for UEFI boot or legacy boot installs.

    For the legacy boot I tried manual partitioning with
    BIOSBOOT - 1 MiB or 2 MiB
    /boot - 500 MiB
    / - 100 GiB
    /home 360 GiB
    SWAP - 8 GiB

    For UEFI boot I tried manual partitioning with
    /boot/efi - 200 MiB
    /boot - 500 MiB
    / - 100 GiB
    /home 360 GiB
    SWAP - 8 GiB

    I tried the ISO that supposedly has fixed up code in it that was linked in another message.

    I always get the same message.

    PFsense 2.3.2 will install on either system without any difficulty, but I want to install Clearos 7.2.

    Any idea how to fix?