Came in contact with Clarkconnect back in spring 2002. Started with CC1.0 and soon joined the club as main translator for the Dutch Language Option. Installed, upgraded and tested every version since then.
Like to tinker and test with my CC-box. Started with an ancient Compaq Prolinea 486SX/25Mhz with 2.5 GB disk and 32MB. Now it's a Compaq Evo P4-2.4Ghz with 2GB Ram and 80+ 2 x 500Gb HDD ;-)
Ben Edwards wrote: When will the license be adjusted for Network Map? I'm still stuck at 10 devices on an Enterprise installation.
I forgot to push that one sooner -- sorry about that. We'll have the Professional Edition update out on Tuesday, and that will include the latest Network Map release.
Do you have an upstream proxy? Your system is making many remote calls (using HTTPS) to connect to the ClearCenter site to get to the stage you're at...the software updates then uses YUM (non SSL) to fetch the updates...I wonder if a proxy in front of ClearOS is denying or disrupting downloads.
Sounds like your users don't have home directories...try install the Windows Networking app (via Marketplace or yum install app-samba). I think your home directories will get created automatically...then go through the process of setting up your Dropbox accounts.
For whatever reason, ClearOS is very popular in South Africa and has a large user install base (community and business).
Thinking out loud, perhaps its time to start a thread asking to organize a SA ClearOS user group (SACOSG....sounds military cool!) with the goal of finding an local ISP or tech company that has bandwidth to host an official SA-based mirror. The YUM plugin to locate the closest mirror would automatically pick up this location and safe everyone on bandwidth going out of country.
We can provide documentation and I'm sure ClearFoundation would give some mention to any organization supporting a local mirror. Seems like a win-win for everyone.