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  • Richard George
    Richard George replied to a discussion, USB 3 supported ...?

    Nick Howitt wrote:

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    Beat me to it :)

  • Richard George
    Richard George replied to a discussion, Web console not accessible

    Nick Howitt wrote:

    I've done a fresh install on my old BIOS based server and gone straight into the same problem. It looks like it is trying to access https://lan_IP:82 and is failing.

    FWIW, as I had a NIC connected when I installed, I could follow the instructions and access it from the LAN to complete the wizard.

    I did notice that if you hit the "Exit to Text Console" on the top right of the screen it goes to a full screen terminal and comes up with the test "Starting API System" where it stays for ever.

    That's interesting; I had a similar problem when creating a 7.6 VM and selected virtio-net as the network adapter. It turned out that it was because virtio-net uses the old eth0 system of identification rather than the enp2s0 style. Creating an ifcfg network script for eth0 (which was created by default) and then configuring it via the console web interface fixed the problem.

  • Richard George
    Richard George replied to a discussion, USB 3 supported ...?

    Dave, it turns out that USB3 was a red-herring. The problem was actually down to the number of buses BMB could detect - it wasn't setup to detect buses in the range 10-99.

  • Richard George

    Could have been me; I've just updated the other server and the notifications section remained unchanged. Ignore me!

  • Richard George

    So far so good - the drive shows up.

    My own version also created a backup overnight, so if this version does too (not reason to believe it won't), it should be good to go.

    There may be another issue - I had an email notification in place that didn't survive the update, so there may need to be a further investigation if this disappears again when the update makes it through to the repository-proper. It's possible though, that I won't see it as I assume the version will be the same, so it may be worth putting a public post out for anyone that uses the app to warn them and report it if they see it. (I may pick it up as I have another box with the same setup, but that doesn't have as many buses). In the meantime, I'll see if I can figure out where it's stored and see if the update mechanism overwrites it.

  • Richard George

    Odd .. it's now 05.26 and it doesn't appear to be in the 'testing' mirror ...

  • Richard George

    Don't worry about it :)

    (my backgound is military GPS (embedded), air traffic control, threat assessment/weapon assignment and the occasional Windows application for test purposes. Linux is however, relatively new ...

    I forked and then did a commit - I couldn't see how to do the merge.
    I suggest you make the change yourself; it's easy enough and spelt out.

  • Richard George

    Committed (I think! - first time I've used Git)

  • Richard George

    On the face of it, your post and my correction crossed in posting .. my fix is actually [\d]+ or \d+ .. I realised immediately after I hit 'reply'! .. the brackets are optional, but can make the definition clearer.