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  • Nick Howitt
    Nick Howitt replied to a discussion, forcedeth

    I had a slight typo in my command. Is should have been "-A" and not "- A". Anyway, your output shows you should be OK.

  • Nick Howitt
    Nick Howitt replied to a discussion, Server unresponsive

    Have you checked your NIC drivers with

  • Nick Howitt
    Nick Howitt replied to a discussion, DHCP Server Option 66 problem

    I'm away from my system for a while so I can't check, but you may find that the dnsmasq start up uses /etc/dnsmasq.conf and any files it finds in /etc/dnsmasq.d/. This would allow you to create your own file there with your own options. I also think ClearOS leaves /etc/dnsmasq.conf pretty much alone so changes there are also safe.

    Your null string may be a dnsmasq bug.

  • There is a big difference between port and protocol. GRE is protocol 47 and is not associated with a port. Try dropping the reference to the port in your rule. I am away from my system, but in the port forwarding app see if there is a standard service for PPTP as this may already do it for you.

  • Tony Ellis
    Tony Ellis replied to a discussion, How can I resize /dev/sdb

    This question can be answered by doing a web search where many people have described what to do in detail...

    In summary form this is how I do it....

    1. Create new partition of type 8e

    2. pvcreate /dev/new_partition

    3. display physical partitions

    pvdisplay

    4. extend the existing lvm

    pgextend name_of_existing /dev/new_partition

    5. Check vgdisplay

    6. Now add to root

    lvdisplay

    add to root and resize file system

    lvextend -r -l 100%FREE /dev/clearos/root (assuming adding to root)

    7. Check, use these tools
    lvdisplay pvdisplay vgdisplay df

  • DHCP Server set device to have permanent ip address

    If i edit a device/ip address under Network/Infrastructure/dhcp server from lease dynamic to static will that essentially make the device always have the same ip address?

  • Nick Howitt
    Nick Howitt replied to a discussion, Configuring wireless router

    I'm away from my system for a while now so I can't give specifics. I use Transmission on the server and I think miniupnpd looks after it OK. If goodness a port I presume you opened the incoming port and did not do a port forward. You can check with a "iptables -nvL". Check the INPUT and miniupnpd chains.

    I use Plex but don't transcode. I would guess you can turn it off. Aren't both Plex and Serviio free?

    I've no idea about the torrent dropouts. I don't think I get any.

    For VPN Openvpn is good for workstation to server. PPTP is possible but not very secure. If work catch you then remember it is your problem.

  • Hello everybody,

    I just installed Owncloud for Business and moved my files from the flexshare folder to the owncloud folder (/var/clearos/owncloud/data/user/files/) and changed the the file permissions (644 for files, 755 for folders) and changed the ownership to apache:apache.

    Now I still cannot see the files or folders in Owncloud. I read something about rescan the folder using console.php or occ, but I cannot find either file in the owncloud folder. What can I do?

    Thank you.

    Best wishes,

    Robert

    Edit: Found the location in another thread talking about password changes for the admin:

    sudo -u apache php /usr/share/owncloud/occ user:resetpassword admin

    So

    sudo -u apache php /usr/share/owncloud/occ files:scan --all

    Solved my problem.

  • Robert

    Rescan Owncloud data folders for new files

    Hello everybody,

    I just installed Owncloud for Business and moved my files from the flexshare folder to the owncloud folder (/var/clearos/owncloud/data/user/files/) and changed the the file permissions (644 for files, 755 for folders) and changed the ownership to apache:apache.

    Now I still cannot see the files or folders in Owncloud. I read something about rescan the folder using console.php or occ, but I cannot find either file in the owncloud folder. What can I do?

    Thank you.

    Best wishes,

    Robert