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  • Nick Howitt
    Nick Howitt replied to a discussion, Initial Login Failure

    Or, just edit the file /usr/clearos/framework/application/config/config.php and change line 416 to:Available editors are vi and nano.

  • Nick Howitt
    Nick Howitt replied to a discussion, Initial Login Failure

    I thought I replied but it vanished.

    We apologise for the error and have already pushed an update to the Community and paid customers get the update tonight, We are trying to build a new iso as well.

    You should be able to get to a text console with a ctl-alt-f3. From there do a "yum update clearos-framework --enablerepo=clearos-updates". A full "yum update" may also work as the packages should have sync'd to the repos by now.

    If you can't get to a text console like that, you should be able to do a couple of alt+left-arrow's to get back to the first screen where there is a "Exit to Console" button.

    After the update you may need to do a refresh (f5 as it is a cutdown Firefox browser?) or reboot ("reboot" from the command line).

  • Packages being updated to the Community tonight (25/06/19)

    Tonight (25/06/19-26/06/19) the following updated packages are being released:
    clamav - increase systemd timeout to allow it to start on lower spec'ed systems
    snort - fix minor start up error; stop logs building forever; fix double-restart on logrotation
    app-bmbackup - change it to use the same list of files as app-configuration-backup
    app-configuration-backup - small update to list of files to be backed up
    app-flexshare - fixed the enabled/disabled indicator
    app-openvpn - make clients-tcp to output to its own status log making /var/lib/openvpn/openvpn-status.log useful
    app-storage - It is not perfect but so much better than before, it is worth releasing

    All packages released into the Community last week are being pushed into Business and Home.

    You may also have noticed clearos-framework was released mid week last week. This is the fix to allow you to use the Console again! As a result of this, a new installation ISO will be needed.

    Delayed
    app-dynamic-vpn - move the updown scripts to from the global conf file to the individual conns. This allows the Dynamic VPN and Static VPN apps to work at the same time. Also some config tidy-ups. The app is ready and tested. It just needs to be pushed to the repos but this has hit a glitch.

    Packages available for testing:
    app-network - probably not worth testing as there is a pending merge request which may cover some iof the issues found. Also you currently need to have at least two unconfigured interfaces before you can create a bridge interface in the first place. To permanently enable the Add Bridge button, you can change line 74 in /usr/clearos/apps/network/views/ifaces.php to:This is a separate issue.

    Packages available for testing can be installed with:


    Packages being worked on:
    clamav updated to v0.101.2 but it is not that easy. I'm working on it and can get it to compile but it won't start.
    ClearOS ISO - a new one is being rolled tonight with the fix to clearos-framework.
    kernel updates to come in to line with a new one from upstream
    app-storage - more fixes. UI update, formatting and mounting removable drives.

  • Nick Howitt
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    Re: In ClearOS 7.6, Has Setting MACADDR changed or does modifiying ifcfg-enp2s0 still "stick"

    Unfortunately, ClearOS regularly overwrites the file and you will lose your changes, which you have found out There is an outstanding feature request for this but I don't know when it will be implemented. In the meanwhile, you can block the file from being overwritten by setting the immutable bit on it with the command:If you ever need to make changes, you must remember to unset the immutable bit with a:

  • Thanks again Nick!

    If I heard nothing on this issue, I was going to try to just make the file read-only for all... Not certain if that is what is called the immutable bit, but doing so would server the same purpose I suppose.

    Still have a few things to go in ClearOS! Weird change and it should only be rewritten, IMHO, when you set/change the parameters/settings of the NIC/Interface.

    Thanks!

    John

  • Hi Nick,

    A new feature request.
    Is it possible to add a button in de fail2bin app to unban a blocked IP. (see attachment)
    Now you need to do this in the console



    This can be much easier.

  • Nick Howitt wrote:

    @Patrick, the flexshare issue is a hangup from Clearos6.x and must have been overlooked. Try changing line 86 in /usr/clearos/apps/flexshare/views/summary.php to:I'll ask Dave if he is happy with the possible change.
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    I sa w a new version in test repo. This solved the issue

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  • Unfortunately, ClearOS regularly overwrites the file and you will lose your changes, which you have found out There is an outstanding feature request for this but I don't know when it will be implemented. In the meanwhile, you can block the file from being overwritten by setting the immutable bit on it with the command:If you ever need to make changes, you must remember to unset the immutable bit with a:

  • In ClearOS 7.6, Has Setting MACADDR changed or does modifiying ifcfg-enp2s0 still "stick"

    I need to change my MACADDR and in the past one would just add MACADDR=NewMac to the ifcfg-eth0 file. In ClearOS7.6, that file name has changed a bit.

    I did change my MAC using MACADDR in this file, it did change the MAC when I did am ifconfig to check to check it, but when I look at my ifcfg-enp2s0, MACADDR= is no there.

    How do we make this stick for multiple reboots? I have not rebooted my Clear Box yet so the MAC is still what I set it at. But where did my setting go?

    John