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 ;-)
Marcel van Leeuwen wrote: When can we expect the first beta of ClearOS 7?
We're at the stage where we are doing a final round of auditing for the apps included in the beta. It's always hard to estimate a firm date, but it's probably somewhere between 10 to 20 days from now. Upstream just released 7.1 so we'll no doubt release the ClearOS beta on this latest version.
It's a bug, but a cosmetic one. The $NETWORKING parameter should always be defined (in /etc/sysconfig/network) which in turn removes the requirement for the quotes. However, the Dnsmasq init script (and many others) should not assume that $NETWORKING is defined. What is in your /etc/sysconfig/network?
The error is triggered by a Samba SID cleanup script. In this particular case, it's harmless but I would still like to get to the bottom of it. Could you create the following test script (e.g. in /tmp/mytest.php):
// B O O T S T R A P
Many thanks Fred! FYI: Fred also provided us with updated ffmpeg and x265 RPM spec files. I have been able to get a variant built in our development (mock) environment, so we should be able to get things going through the build system soon.
The 2.6.32-431 series (RHEL6.5) was not the best kernel series. We held it back on the Professional Edition for quite some time and ended up supplementing it with newer drivers. The 2.6.32-504 series (RHEL 6.6) seems to be much much better so far.