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  • Nuke

    Thanks for the words of warning. I only used the MarketPlace uninstall so far. I'm not sure what that uninstalled but I did find some log files and config files still left.

    I think it installed java. Java is one pkg that I'd like to remove if it was only installed for Serviio.

    This will be an interesting exercise :p

    Thanks again for your help.

  • Your best chance is to look at var/log/yum.log and see what else was installed at the same time. A "yum remove" is very dangerous as it tries to remove all dependencies so you need to check the packages it is trying to remove. If it is not the same as the list that was installed stop immediately. The safe way to remove packages is the "rpm -e --nodeps package1 package2 ...." command, but it is up to you to check the dependency list.

    If you use the rpm command to install/uninstall packages, do a "yum clean all" afterwards to stop yum from warning that packages were changed outside yum.

  • Nuke

    How do I remove all Serviio dependencies?

    Hi all,
    I tried out Serviio and found it good but in the end have decided to just share media folders without using DNLA.
    The marketplace Serviio installs Java & other dependencies that are not removed when uninstalling/removing.
    How do I completely remove Java & check which other dependencies were installed through the Marketplace installation?
    I apologize if this is located in a help document but I didn't find it so far.
    Thanks in advance.

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  • Samba Directory and LDAP are mutually exclusive. You should only be running one Directory Server. Also Samba Directory is only a Beta app and does not play well with a lot of the usual apps including OpenVPN. Are you sure you are running both? As far as I am aware there is no way to change Directory Server without reinstalling.

  • I understood the change to 2.76 was significant, but I don't know why. ClearOS 6.x and 7.x upgraded from 2.72. It is possible to revert with a "yum downgrade dnsmasq" then you'll need to block updates to dnsmasq in yum.conf by adding/editing an exclude line.

    What is the contents of your /etc/dnsmasq.d/dhcp.conf and /etc/clearos/network.conf and the output of "ifconfig"?

  • Jeff

    DHCP on DNSMASQ issue since October Update

    Greetings,

    I've been troubleshooting an issue with DHCP on my Hot-LAN VLAN through my ClearOS 6.9 box for a bit and have narrowed it down to an issue with dnsmasq. My configuration has been working without issue until recently. I have noticed that dnsmasq-2.76-2.v6.2 was made available on 2017-10-03 and auto-updated on my system at some point.

    In short, it simply will not honor DHCP requests. I can see the request coming into the interface on port 68 using a traffic sniffer, but they are never acknowledged by the DHCP component. I have configured an Ubuntu box in this VLAN with isc-dhcp-server and it works fine. I have attempted to uninstall and re-install the DHCP component and have attempted a reconfigureation of dhcp both through the web interface and through the use of /etc/dnsmasq.d/dhcp.conf but to no avail.

    Has anyone else on 6.9 noticed issues with dnsmaq and dhcp since the update, or is this a known issue with the new version? If so, is it possible to roll back to the previous version without impacting DNS and DHCP functions of the ClearOS box?

    Thanks in advance!
    Jeff