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 ;-)
David Smith wrote: 1) all references to clarkpoint.com servers in the ClearOS whitelist config file return as unresolvable.
Those are old DNS names that should be deleted from the whitelist. It's a non-fatal error, but we'll clean those up. Here's the tracker entry.
When Snortsam attempts to release the IPs after a day of blocking it is failing ,and the blocked IPs remain blocked - so the IPtables block list is just growing longer by the day, if I understand correctly.
Hmmm. What does the output from following command look like:
Yes...Nitix has/had some cool features and a *very* loyal user-base. I hear the sentiment you expressed in your post quite often since we continue to get quite a few Nitix users coming over to ClearOS after IBM discontinued the product.
I've not come across any source code (nevermind compatible licenses) that would allow us to take bits of what the Nitix devel team. IBM's not SCO by any stretch...maybe some day, something will be released to the open-source community at large.
The reason you're seeing this (and some are not) is because you're on a ClearOS Professional Evaluation. Allowing users to evaluate subscription services is easy (we turn them off at the end of the eval). Evaluations to one-time install software like Static IPSec VPN, isn't so fun...it requires considerable development which we've not chosen to embark on to protect code, uninstall software etc. Nothing that benefits the end user or us, really.
I only just found out about a month ago that during Professional evals, paid one-time apps weren't displayed in Marketplace...I thought they were displayed but listed as 'not-available'. This is fixed in version 7, and I think I'll back port the minor change required to have the same thing in 6 to avoid this situation.
In the meantime, if you want to install the paid-version of Static IPSec, you have two choices...Upgrade your Pro license from evaluation to full subscription via the portal here or, if you're not ready to commit to a Pro license, open a support ticket here and I'll pick it up and manually add an IPSec license for you (along with a placeholder invoice)...if you continue on with it, the invoice will become due...if you don't, we'll trust you un-install the app and I'll cancel the invoice.
Somewhat ironically, this is never an issue on the Community Edition since there's no such thing as an eval.
If you've been using the Dropbox client on ClearOS, you may have received an email from Dropbox letting you know to upgrade ASAP as they are deprecating services that the version of ClearOS has been using for the last 18 months. Timeline...next week!
I've built an upgrade package suitable for ClearOS 6 based on Dropbox version 2.10.28. It requires a couple of minor changes to the ClearOS libraries too.
If anyone wants to help test, it would be appreciated since we have such a short time before I need to push this out to the updates repo.
If you are interested in doing some testing, please run:
yum -y --enablerepo=clearos-test upgrade app-dropbox
service dropbox restart
to upgrade.to the latest version of Dropbox. Report any errors/issues here.
Yes...pretty new app there (couple of weeks old) that didn't get a post here or front page on CF website, but should have.
Bare Metal Backup/Restore is a new app that was written by a great organization and long time customer of ClearCenter's, MercyCorps.
Their team wrote the app for use at local ClearOS deployments for their distributed network of IT admins in various geographic locations where they are deployed. They chose to share the app with the community so you have them to thank (perhaps with a donation...hint hint, wink wink.
Anyways, I screwed upI screwed up deploying it in the Marketplace for the first week of it's launch, but that was corrected just over a week ago.
I just tried installing it from Marketplace...worked fine for me. Keep in mind, if you're installing from command line, you'll need to add the contribs repo: