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Get the following error.
---> Package php-phpunit-PHPUnit.noarch 0:3.7.22-1.el6 will be installed
--> Processing Dependency: php-pear(pear.symfony.com/Yaml) < 3 for package: php-phpunit-PHPUnit-3.7.22-1.el6.noarch
--> Processing Dependency: php-pear(pear.symfony.com/Yaml) >= 2.0.0 for package: php-phpunit-PHPUnit-3.7.22-1.el6.noarch
--> Finished Dependency Resolution
Error: Package: php-phpunit-PHPUnit-3.7.22-1.el6.noarch (clearos-epel)
Requires: php-pear(pear.symfony.com/Yaml) < 3
Error: Package: php-phpunit-PHPUnit-3.7.22-1.el6.noarch (clearos-epel)
Requires: php-pear(pear.symfony.com/Yaml) >= 2.0.0
You could try using --skip-broken to work around the problem
You could try running: rpm -Va --nofiles --nodigest
I am trying to use Clearos 6.3 as a mail gateway for exchange. From what I can see I have it configured right ( done this serveral times on OpenBSD, but postfix keeps trying to check local recipients table, "User unknown in local recipient table" is the error.
I have in my main.cf
Which should tell postfix not to check the local recipients table. Maybe I am not using the correct config (main.cf), anyone got any ideas? Thanks for the help,
Im running a buisness class static ip dsl currently on my COS 6.5 Box.
Mail, web, file and torrents running on it. 3m down and 512k up WOW
When you get kids, me, wife and friends and all other stuff running it drains the bandwidth to the point it sucks.
Just put in my HD service with charter high high speed 30m down and 4m up in addition to the dsl
Im wondering if I can run both connections through the server and keep them separate. I want all of my internal wifi/wired connections in the house to run out on the charter without interfering with the static ip stuff. I do not want any of the other coming in on the charter. Not sure if they are monitoring stuff or not.
DSL doesnt need and internal card. Id like to keep one for another wireless router for my locked access for admin but its not a must
Anyone help me out here? Just trying to avoid setting up another COS server alongside this one if I can avoid it. If not I CAN go that route.
Well I finaly found it. The problem was not the rights on the key's I had to add the -y '-y Always accept remote host key if unknown' to my connect line when I initiate it from auto start. I have no idea why the client hast to accept a remote host key when it will logon to a server but it solved the problem of auto logon.
I have OpenVPN running on ClearOS v6.4 (final) and it's working great!
I wanted to know what the easiest way is to view which remote users are connected to ClearOS through OpenVPN? Is there a web front end to this report or do I have to SSH in and look at a log file?
Thanks for all the replies guys - I am at home at the moment (in Arkansas, huge ice storm has everyone stuck at home basically) - but I will check on all these things as I can, most of which will have to be checked under load and right now basically no one is using the network. A couple quick things though:
- This is the 2nd 2850 server that I've tried, with the exact same timeouts...so it's possible there's identical cases of bad hardware involved, but unlikely. The original 2850 has been in operation as the clearos gateway for probably 5 years with no real problems - these issues really just started around august for me. I thought for sure that a new machine and fresh install (albeit with the old config) would fix the issues, but alas it did not.
- These timeouts occur regardless of whether the web proxy is enabled, I've tried running a day without it and get the same results.
- I ran the code to check the 'conntrack' database and it shows the max connections tracked is: 65,536
I'll have to check the connection monitor in the clearos gui under heavy load and see how many connections it shows.
- In the Clearos gui (hardware report) it is showing the swap file as 3.55gb
- I will order some more RAM, and look at the PCI thing in the bios.
I realize the 150 machines on a 10mb/2mb connection is ludicrous, but until just recently, it's the highest connection available. What I can tell you though is this - our mens dorm and womens dorm have the exact same connections and they have probably double the machines, plus netflix, xbox live, etc - basically the wild west! Yes, the speed is atrocious - BUT, when I run pings from that network I don't get anywhere near the timeouts that I do when on our network...and their gateway/firewall is a simple linksys router w/ tomato firmware. How can that be?? I would think if hardware were my problem, the 2850 is MILES beyond a linksys router...but the throwaway linksys router is more stable with the connection. To me, the linksys router is acting like it should - it's splitting the bandwidth among everyone. On our system, it seems almost like if someone wants to just dominate the upload or download, they can, and instead of splitting up the bandwidth, it just gives it all to them - and causes timeouts so often that you literally can't watch a youtube video because every 20 seconds or so it will restart buffering from the very beginning.
I understand that when we get the new 100mb/30mb fiber connection it will help greatly - I would just really like to figure out why the current clearos setup has to timeout/lose connection like this - because I know that problem will persist because no matter what speeds we get, they will get maxed out from time to time and I would hate to still get timeouts after investing so much more of our budget on bandwidth.
Got bored today at work and decided to load ClearOS 6.4 on my companies new development server. Was still board so I decided to make my ClearOS 6.4 box into a Headless KDE box as well! Let me know if i need to correct anything, enjoy!
1.) Login as root
2.) Create a centos.repo to grab the packages that we will need (note: you may be able to use clearos-epel instead): nano /etc/yum.repos.d/centos.repo
3.) Copy and paste the following: [centos]
name=CentOS $releasever - $basearch
5.) Enable centos.repo and install X Windows yum --enablerepo=centos groupinstall "X Window System"
5.) Enable centos.repo and install KDE Desktop yum --enablerepo=centos groupinstall "KDE Desktop"
6.) Install VNC Server yum install tigervnc-server
7.) Edit the VNC Server Config nano /etc/sysconfig/vncservers
8.) Copy and paste the following: VNCSERVERS="1:user"
VNCSERVERARGS="-geometry 1024x768 -depth 16" Note: you need to replace "user" with the user that you want use for the VNC Server DO NOT USE ROOT!! If you have not created a user yet you may want to do that now :]
10.) Switch to the user you used for the vnc earlier su user
11.) CD into your home directory and create a vnc directory cd ~
12.) Create a xstartup file nano xstartup
13.) Copy paste the following into the xstartup file: #!/bin/sh
[ -x /etc/vnc/xstartup ] && exec /etc/vnc/xstartup
[ -r $HOME/.Xresources ] && xrdb $HOME/.Xresources
xsetroot -solid grey
vncconfig -iconic &
xterm -geometry 80x24+10+10 -ls -title "$VNCDESKTOP Desktop" &
exec kde-session &
14.) Change the permissions of the xstartup file chmod u+x xstartup
15.) Set your VNC password vncpasswd
16.) Switch back to root su
17.) Start the vnc server! service vncserver start
Other notes: You may want to open up port 5901 if you are in "Gateway Mode" and you want to access the server over the internets
I was able to get KDE to also start with startx I frist had to killall X though
If you want to have this Headless KDE VNC Server run at startup you may want to type run the following command as root: chkconfig vncserver on
I've set up a FTP server on a computer with two external IPs, and I'm having issues having the FTP server work externally on the second IP.
eth0 External Static x.x.x.170
eth1 LAN Static 192.168.0.1
eth0:0 External Static x.x.x.171
FTP server config is set up like this...
<VirtualHost 127.0.0.1 192.168.0.1 x.x.x.171>
The issue is that I can't connect to x.x.x.171 from outside (Internet).
From the LAN I can open without issue the FTP, either FTP1 by connecting to 192.168.0.1 or x.x.x.170, and to FTP2 with x.x.x.170
However, I can't connect to x.x.x.171 from outside.
I think it's a firewall issue since I can connect OK from the LAN.