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  • The configuration files are in /etc/openvpn/

  • Jonathan Dumont
    Jonathan Dumont likes the reply for the discussion, Re: ClearOS - Multi domain environment ?

    That's not an unreasonable request, but multiple domains are not supported. You might want to consider virtualization instead? Anyway, I just added some details on this topic (I am sure you won't be the last person to ask!)

    Virtual Mail Domains in ClearOS

  • Jonathan Dumont
    Jonathan Dumont started a new discussion, How to Shared Domain

    How to Shared Domain

    Hi Everyone;
    I love this explanation : https://www.clearos.com/resources/documentation/clearos/content:en_us:kb_o_multiple_email_domains#shared_domain
    And I would like to apply the Shared Domain solution into my ClearOS
    So users will be able to receive and send email from multiple domain.
    I totally understand the one unique user for all domain such as all those domain are alias, and mostly what important are able to send and receive email from those different domain.

    So my question is how we do it, which files I need to modify and how ?


    Because basically I tried by activating virtual_domain into postfix without success.
    So I wonder if someone did it and is wheeling to share is technique with

    Jonathan

  • Jonathan Dumont
    Jonathan Dumont likes the reply for the discussion, Re: I can't install IMAP and POP server

    On your failing machine, if you have clearos-centos-verified enabled you should also enable clearos-centos-updates-verified.

    If you wanted to find the answer to what made it work, have a look you your yum log and check out the packages which were installed at the time with the yumdb command, or perhaps with "yum --enablerepo=* list --showduplicates then_your_package_list" which marks each package which you have installed.

  • Nick Howitt
    Nick Howitt replied to a discussion, run scritp after boot

    My test system is the same. It looks like a bug with an easy fix. Add execute permissions to /etc/rc.d/rc.local:

  • Claus
    Claus started a new discussion, run scritp after boot

    run scritp after boot

    hi

    How can I run a scritp on boot in ClearOS 7.2 I use to put it in rc-local but that have change
    it look likes, I can't get it to Work

    CB

  • Nick Howitt wrote:

    It is almost like you have configured ClearOS with a static IP but not set the Network Mask or Gateway, but, from the logs, it looks like you've configured the interface to get its IP by DHCP. Are you sure the interface should be DHCP or should it be static? If static, you'll need to set the subnet mask, gateway and DNS servers. If it is meant to be DHCP you may need to query your VPS provider and ask him why you are not getting the necessary settings from their DHCP server (or is that something you configure in a control panel. I've no idea how VPS servers work).


    I've set the interface to Static and the server is running smootly now.
    No hick-ups and runs faster.

    Still strange that the dhcp is not working probably, because i'm using the ip's

  • Clonzilla allows cloning via USB. Can you mount your new disk as a USB Disk? Also, remember, there is no need to be able to close up the case while doing the cloning. Most motherboards will have a spare SATA connector or two, and the PSU may have a spare power plug. You can get 1-to-2 power adaptors from fleabay. It does not need to be neat while cloning! In the past I've even put two PC's next to each other to take the power from one PC while the data went to the other PC. It is harder if you have a laptop as it won't have a spare SATA port so you are stuck with USB. Just one word of caution, cloning can be slow and can take quite a few hours.

    Clonezilla also allows cloning to/from an image file which can be done by USB to an external drive. The external drive may have to be formatted as something other than FAT32 to avoid its 4GB file size limit.

  • Nick Howitt
    Nick Howitt replied to a discussion, Help to 1to1 NAT Setup

    Have you configured your WAN NIC with a different IP?
    Also, if you have an IP block, make sure you don't use the base address, ClearOS address or broadcast address in your 1-to-1 NAT. I think one address may also be a gateway address which you can't use either, so a block of 8 IP's only gives you 5 usable addresses. Someone is welcome to correct me here if I'm wrong as this is fringe memory.

  • Nick Howitt

    On your failing machine, if you have clearos-centos-verified enabled you should also enable clearos-centos-updates-verified.

    If you wanted to find the answer to what made it work, have a look you your yum log and check out the packages which were installed at the time with the yumdb command, or perhaps with "yum --enablerepo=* list --showduplicates then_your_package_list" which marks each package which you have installed.