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Users / Re: No VPN Connection on 10.04
« on: October 19, 2012, 11:44:42 am »
Thanks Techstyle, feel better knowing I'm not on my own with this issue!!

OK, here are the log files from the server and client:

Server auth.log:
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Oct 19 08:43:18 dcerouter pluto[10355]: packet from 192.168.80.133:500: ignoring unknown Vendor ID payload [4f45755c645c6a795c5c6170]
Oct 19 08:43:18 dcerouter pluto[10355]: packet from 192.168.80.133:500: received Vendor ID payload [Dead Peer Detection]
Oct 19 08:43:18 dcerouter pluto[10355]: packet from 192.168.80.133:500: received Vendor ID payload [RFC 3947] method set to=109
Oct 19 08:43:18 dcerouter pluto[10355]: packet from 192.168.80.133:500: received Vendor ID payload [draft-ietf-ipsec-nat-t-ike-03] meth=108, but already using method 109
Oct 19 08:43:18 dcerouter pluto[10355]: packet from 192.168.80.133:500: received Vendor ID payload [draft-ietf-ipsec-nat-t-ike-02_n] meth=106, but already using method 109
Oct 19 08:43:18 dcerouter pluto[10355]: packet from 192.168.80.133:500: received Vendor ID payload [draft-ietf-ipsec-nat-t-ike-02] meth=107, but already using method 109
Oct 19 08:43:18 dcerouter pluto[10355]: packet from 192.168.80.133:500: received Vendor ID payload [draft-ietf-ipsec-nat-t-ike-00]
Oct 19 08:43:18 dcerouter pluto[10355]: packet from 192.168.80.133:500: initial Main Mode message received on 192.168.80.1:500 but no connection has been authorized with policy=PSK



Client auth.log:
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Oct 19 10:30:20 rob-laptop pluto[14518]: shutting down
Oct 19 10:30:20 rob-laptop pluto[14518]: forgetting secrets
Oct 19 10:30:20 rob-laptop pluto[14518]: "Home": deleting connection
Oct 19 10:30:20 rob-laptop pluto[14518]: "Home" #2: deleting state (STATE_MAIN_I1)
Oct 19 10:30:20 rob-laptop pluto[14518]: shutting down interface lo/lo ::1:500
Oct 19 10:30:20 rob-laptop pluto[14518]: shutting down interface lo/lo 127.0.0.1:4500
Oct 19 10:30:20 rob-laptop pluto[14518]: shutting down interface lo/lo 127.0.0.1:500
Oct 19 10:30:20 rob-laptop pluto[14518]: shutting down interface eth1/eth1 192.168.80.133:4500
Oct 19 10:30:20 rob-laptop pluto[14518]: shutting down interface eth1/eth1 192.168.80.133:500
Oct 19 10:30:20 rob-laptop pluto[14527]: pluto_crypto_helper: helper (0) is  normal exiting
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop ipsec__plutorun: Starting Pluto subsystem...
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: Starting Pluto (Openswan Version 2.6.37; Vendor ID OEu\134d\134jy\134\134ap) pid:14807
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: LEAK_DETECTIVE support [disabled]
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: OCF support for IKE [disabled]
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: SAref support [disabled]: Protocol not available
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: SAbind support [disabled]: Protocol not available
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: NSS support [disabled]
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: HAVE_STATSD notification support not compiled in
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: Setting NAT-Traversal port-4500 floating to on
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]:    port floating activation criteria nat_t=1/port_float=1
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]:    NAT-Traversal support  [enabled]
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: using /dev/urandom as source of random entropy
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: ike_alg_register_enc(): Activating OAKLEY_AES_CBC: Ok (ret=0)
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: starting up 1 cryptographic helpers
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: started helper pid=14827 (fd:6)
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: Using Linux 2.6 IPsec interface code on 3.2.0-32-generic (experimental code)
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14827]: using /dev/urandom as source of random entropy
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: ike_alg_register_enc(): Activating aes_ccm_8: Ok (ret=0)
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: ike_alg_add(): ERROR: Algorithm already exists
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: ike_alg_register_enc(): Activating aes_ccm_12: FAILED (ret=-17)
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: ike_alg_add(): ERROR: Algorithm already exists
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: ike_alg_register_enc(): Activating aes_ccm_16: FAILED (ret=-17)
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: ike_alg_add(): ERROR: Algorithm already exists
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: ike_alg_register_enc(): Activating aes_gcm_8: FAILED (ret=-17)
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: ike_alg_add(): ERROR: Algorithm already exists
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: ike_alg_register_enc(): Activating aes_gcm_12: FAILED (ret=-17)
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: ike_alg_add(): ERROR: Algorithm already exists
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: ike_alg_register_enc(): Activating aes_gcm_16: FAILED (ret=-17)
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: Changed path to directory '/etc/ipsec.d/cacerts'
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: Changed path to directory '/etc/ipsec.d/aacerts'
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: Changed path to directory '/etc/ipsec.d/ocspcerts'
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: Changing to directory '/etc/ipsec.d/crls'
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]:   Warning: empty directory
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: added connection description "Home"
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: listening for IKE messages
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: adding interface eth1/eth1 192.168.80.133:500
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: adding interface eth1/eth1 192.168.80.133:4500
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: adding interface lo/lo 127.0.0.1:500
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: adding interface lo/lo 127.0.0.1:4500
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: adding interface lo/lo ::1:500
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: loading secrets from "/etc/ipsec.secrets"
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: listening for IKE messages
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: forgetting secrets
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: loading secrets from "/etc/ipsec.secrets"
Oct 19 10:30:22 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: "Home" #1: initiating Main Mode
Oct 19 10:31:32 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: "Home" #1: max number of retransmissions (2) reached STATE_MAIN_I1.  No response (or no acceptable response) to our first IKE message
Oct 19 10:31:32 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: "Home" #1: starting keying attempt 2 of at most 3, but releasing whack
Oct 19 10:31:32 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: "Home" #2: initiating Main Mode to replace #1
Oct 19 10:32:42 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: "Home" #2: max number of retransmissions (2) reached STATE_MAIN_I1.  No response (or no acceptable response) to our first IKE message
Oct 19 10:32:42 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: "Home" #2: starting keying attempt 3 of at most 3
Oct 19 10:32:42 rob-laptop pluto[14807]: "Home" #3: initiating Main Mode to replace #2


Client syslog:
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Oct 19 08:43:15 rob-laptop L2tpIPsecVpnControlDaemon: Opening client connection
Oct 19 08:43:15 rob-laptop L2tpIPsecVpnControlDaemon: Executing command ipsec setup stop
Oct 19 08:43:15 rob-laptop ipsec_setup: Stopping Openswan IPsec...
Oct 19 08:43:17 rob-laptop kernel: [ 1105.812134] NET: Unregistered protocol family 15
Oct 19 08:43:17 rob-laptop ipsec_setup: ...Openswan IPsec stopped
Oct 19 08:43:17 rob-laptop L2tpIPsecVpnControlDaemon: Command ipsec setup stop finished with exit code 0
Oct 19 08:43:17 rob-laptop L2tpIPsecVpnControlDaemon: Executing command invoke-rc.d xl2tpd stop
Oct 19 08:43:17 rob-laptop L2tpIPsecVpnControlDaemon: Command invoke-rc.d xl2tpd stop finished with exit code 0
Oct 19 08:43:17 rob-laptop L2tpIPsecVpnControlDaemon: Opening client connection
Oct 19 08:43:17 rob-laptop L2tpIPsecVpnControlDaemon: Executing command ipsec setup start
Oct 19 08:43:17 rob-laptop L2tpIPsecVpnControlDaemon: Closing client connection
Oct 19 08:43:17 rob-laptop xl2tpd[3596]: death_handler: Fatal signal 15 received
Oct 19 08:43:17 rob-laptop kernel: [ 1106.163206] NET: Registered protocol family 15
Oct 19 08:43:17 rob-laptop ipsec_setup: Starting Openswan IPsec U2.6.37/K3.2.0-32-generic...
Oct 19 08:43:17 rob-laptop ipsec_setup: Using NETKEY(XFRM) stack
Oct 19 08:43:17 rob-laptop kernel: [ 1106.515942] Initializing XFRM netlink socket
Oct 19 08:43:18 rob-laptop kernel: [ 1106.557560] padlock_sha: VIA PadLock Hash Engine not detected.
Oct 19 08:43:18 rob-laptop kernel: [ 1106.605526] Intel AES-NI instructions are not detected.
Oct 19 08:43:18 rob-laptop kernel: [ 1106.655817] Intel AES-NI instructions are not detected.
Oct 19 08:43:18 rob-laptop ipsec_setup: ...Openswan IPsec started
Oct 19 08:43:18 rob-laptop L2tpIPsecVpnControlDaemon: Command ipsec setup start finished with exit code 0
Oct 19 08:43:18 rob-laptop L2tpIPsecVpnControlDaemon: Executing command invoke-rc.d xl2tpd start
Oct 19 08:43:18 rob-laptop xl2tpd[11410]: setsockopt recvref[30]: Protocol not available
Oct 19 08:43:18 rob-laptop xl2tpd[11410]: This binary does not support kernel L2TP.
Oct 19 08:43:18 rob-laptop xl2tpd[11411]: xl2tpd version xl2tpd-1.3.1 started on rob-laptop PID:11411
Oct 19 08:43:18 rob-laptop xl2tpd[11411]: Written by Mark Spencer, Copyright (C) 1998, Adtran, Inc.
Oct 19 08:43:18 rob-laptop xl2tpd[11411]: Forked by Scott Balmos and David Stipp, (C) 2001
Oct 19 08:43:18 rob-laptop xl2tpd[11411]: Inherited by Jeff McAdams, (C) 2002
Oct 19 08:43:18 rob-laptop xl2tpd[11411]: Forked again by Xelerance (www.xelerance.com) (C) 2006
Oct 19 08:43:18 rob-laptop xl2tpd[11411]: Listening on IP address 0.0.0.0, port 1701
Oct 19 08:43:18 rob-laptop L2tpIPsecVpnControlDaemon: Command invoke-rc.d xl2tpd start finished with exit code 0
Oct 19 08:43:18 rob-laptop pluto: adjusting ipsec.d to /etc/ipsec.d
Oct 19 08:43:18 rob-laptop ipsec__plutorun: adjusting ipsec.d to /etc/ipsec.d
Oct 19 08:43:18 rob-laptop ipsec__plutorun: 002 added connection description "Home"
Oct 19 08:43:18 rob-laptop L2tpIPsecVpnControlDaemon: Executing command ipsec auto --ready
Oct 19 08:43:18 rob-laptop L2tpIPsecVpnControlDaemon: Command ipsec auto --ready finished with exit code 0
Oct 19 08:43:18 rob-laptop L2tpIPsecVpnControlDaemon: Executing command ipsec auto --up Home
Oct 19 08:44:28 rob-laptop L2tpIPsecVpnControlDaemon: Command ipsec auto --up Home finished with exit code 0
Oct 19 08:44:28 rob-laptop L2tpIPsecVpnControlDaemon: Closing client connection

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Users / No VPN Connection on 10.04
« on: October 17, 2012, 04:50:23 pm »
Despite following the very simple guide on the wiki, I cannot seem to get the VPN to work on my installation (Of which this is the second, as I completely wrecked the fist trying!)  After turning it on and off again, I started to trawl the net for solutions involving Openswan VPN.  In finding various issues with the version number, I upgraded the version, and still no luck.  I ended up completely ruining my network setup, and was forced to completely reinstall MCE from scratch, where I have since once again followed the wiki to set it up without success.

I will post in my Auth.log output from the MCE server and client side log later, as I'm guessing that will be one of the first questions!!  Is anyone else having trouble, or managed to connect?  Is there a minimum PSK length? etc etc?!


Thanks,



Rob.

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Users / Re: My DCERouter is attacking other servers!
« on: July 07, 2011, 05:53:28 pm »
Thanks for the info erasmot, I will install Wireshark too, I guess the more the merrier really!!

With regards to RDP'ing, thankfully, I use Kubuntu 11.04 mainly from my laptop, we do have XP and Vista clients (Wife and kids don't do Linux..........until they want DVD's ripping, a machine that can get on the internet in the same month it was powered up etc etc), but there's only me who connect's to the server for maintenance reasons, and I use Kubuntu, or occasionally my Android phone (but not often, viewing the whole desktop is a challenge on a 4" screen!!) to connect to the server, but never the Windows clients!  RDP Password being a mixture of upper case, lower case and numbers.

I have read a few posts on making the HTTP access a secure HTTPS connection, I've been giving some thoughts to making that happen, expecially if I end up re-building the server to stop this from occuring (however I'd rather fix than re-build as I have 4 x 2TB disks on a RAID 5, and don't fancy nursing the data accross to a new build), but, in saying that, it seems a little daft having a internet side server, with no internet because your ISP has cut you off!!  I suspect, or at least hope it will take more than one letter before they get nasty and threaten me with scissors on my connection!

I have heard nothing else from them, so, either no-one else has complained, I've turned off or blocked the method they were using to get in by removing the ports on the Firewall, or it was a glitch in the Matrix, and the problem has gone away with an update.

I know you can set up RDP over SSH, again, I have seen posts about it on the Ubuntu forums I believe, quite a lot of effort for what is now an internal only connection!  If they've hacked my Wi-Fi & network, I've got bigger problems than a server going a bit haywire at 3am in a morning!!

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Users / Re: My DCERouter is attacking other servers!
« on: July 07, 2011, 09:57:34 am »
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Have a look a the "/var/log/auth.log" file to see if anything stands out like an unauthorized login. Also make sure that you don't have SSH running on your external interface (eth0), as there are many automated programs in the wild that scan port 22. The only other way to help avoid this from happening again would be to limit whitelist the firewall on the core to only allow certain ports outbound from your network.

HTH,

Ernesto

Thanks Ernesto,

I will look through those logs tonight, I have since disabled the Outside access, and ports 21 to 23 on the Firewall, I was logging onto the server from work for a while, trying to set things up!  But, as this appears to have opened a security can of worms, I've closed off the ports, and removed the outside login ability.

Also, Since the "attempt" I have rebooted my machine, I will look later, as I can no longer log in from work!  But I suspect the logs may well be cleared?!

Rob.

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Users / Re: My DCERouter is attacking other servers!
« on: July 05, 2011, 06:26:02 pm »
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I say this because the attack happened at 2:55am, and there would be none of the XP / Vista (sorry for swearing) machines on at that time in our house!

As I said in the original post, it was at 2:55am aparently, and no other machines would be on at that time.

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Anyway I would start by reviewing your firewall rules and changing all passwords

Tonights job!!!  Unfortunately, it also appears my ISP will only inform me, if someone complains?!  So I may never know if this was a one off, or if it ever happens again!  Hence the request for the network log location!!

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Users / My DCERouter is attacking other servers!
« on: July 05, 2011, 05:12:25 pm »
I had a letter from my ISP regarding attacks from my IP address on a server on the net, they didn't give much info, other than it was failed login attempts were made from my IP.  The outgoing ports were: 50495, 50886, 50742, 51300 and 51453.  Helpfully, they included a info sheet on how to get software to remove such a threat on a windows machine, bu oddly, nothing to help a Linux box?!!

Does anyone else have any experience of letters from their ISP using this distro?  I say this because the attack happened at 2:55am, and there would be none of the XP / Vista (sorry for swearing) machines on at that time in our house!

Does anyone know if, and or where there may be a log kept of the network activities I could look at, try to track down what was going on!

Thanks!!

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I'll consider my hand slapped, and try not to meddle with your setup in future!

Although, as I use Kubuntu on my laptop, and I haven't found anywhere to create an NFS mount?  I know I could use Samba on both systems, but, it just seems a little odd to use an extra interface, where *nix systems have a very good system for seamlessly mounting drives across the network?!  (Hence the /export/home entry in fstab)  I assume your advice will be go the Samba route?!

I'll probably try as suggested, remove the mount point(s) from fstab.

If I reboot in single user mode, I should be able to unpack my original tar file which contained the base home drive directory structure (no data!), if all else fails, a complete rebuild over the weekend at some point, once I've made sure I've got things duplicated!


Thanks for your help and scoldings!!

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Hi tschak909, posde ,

In short, yep!!  And, I've kind of figured that now!!


basically I started with 1 x 40GB HDD for System and 4 X 2TB HDD for data and did the following:

  • Loaded MCE up using the system disk and 1 X 2TB as mounted on /home
  • Used the MCE web admin to stitch the 3 X 2TB drives into a RAID array.
  • Rebooted in single user mode, edited fstab to use md1
  • Copied the data lock stock and barrel from the single drive to the RAID array.
  • Hashed out the reference to the single drive.
  • Added a mdadm custom start routine to the init.
  • Rebooted and grew the array by the remaining single drive.



I guess from this, there are 2 questions remaining for me!

1.  How much does knowledge of other distro's (Despite that distro being Kubuntu which I've used for years!), and little knowledge of MCE cause!!!
2.  How badly have I f*cked up, and can I retrieve the situation without un-stitching the whole thing!!


Cheers,

Rob.

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fstab:
# /etc/fstab: static file system information.
#
# <file system> <mount point>   <type>  <options>       <dump>  <pass>
proc            /proc           proc    defaults        0       0
# /dev/sda1
UUID=bd38fcab-751b-455f-b4cd-6692eb9a740c /               ext2    relatime,errors=remount-ro,user_xattr 0       1     
# /dev/sdb1
#UUID=2e5899ab-d280-4356-84db-21fb3188885c /home           ext3    relatime,user_xattr 0       2     
# /dev/sda5
UUID=b21dd223-283f-4dcd-b90d-32fd1f5550ae none            swap    sw              0       0
/dev/scd0       /media/cdrom0   udf,iso9660 user,noauto,exec,utf8 0       0
/dev/md1   /home   ext3   relatime,user_xattr 0       2

#NFS share
/home   /export/home   none   bind   0   0


mtab:

rootfs / rootfs rw 0 0
none /sys sysfs rw,nosuid,nodev,noexec 0 0
none /proc proc rw,nosuid,nodev,noexec 0 0
udev /dev tmpfs rw,mode=755 0 0
fusectl /sys/fs/fuse/connections fusectl rw 0 0
/dev/disk/by-uuid/bd38fcab-751b-455f-b4cd-6692eb9a740c / ext2 rw,relatime,errors=remount-ro,user_xattr 0 0
/dev/disk/by-uuid/bd38fcab-751b-455f-b4cd-6692eb9a740c /dev/.static/dev ext2 ro,errors=remount-ro,user_xattr 0 0
tmpfs /lib/init/rw tmpfs rw,nosuid,mode=755 0 0
varrun /var/run tmpfs rw,nosuid,mode=755 0 0
varlock /var/lock tmpfs rw,nosuid,nodev,noexec 0 0
tmpfs /lib/modules/2.6.27-17-generic/volatile tmpfs rw,mode=755 0 0
tmpfs /dev/shm tmpfs rw,nosuid,nodev 0 0
devpts /dev/pts devpts rw,nosuid,noexec,gid=5,mode=620 0 0
/dev/md1 /home ext3 rw,relatime,errors=continue,user_xattr,data=ordered 0 0
/dev/md1 /export/home ext3 rw,relatime,errors=continue,user_xattr,data=ordered 0 0
securityfs /sys/kernel/security securityfs rw 0 0
rpc_pipefs /var/lib/nfs/rpc_pipefs rpc_pipefs rw 0 0
nfsd /proc/fs/nfsd nfsd rw 0 0
automount(pid10703) /mnt/device autofs rw,fd=4,pgrp=10703,timeout=30,minproto=2,maxproto=4,indirect 0 0
djmount /mnt/upnp fuse.djmount ro,nosuid,nodev,user_id=0,group_id=0,default_permissions,allow_other 0 0

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Yes, I have a RAID Array called Home-Drive, which is device number 29, and is mounted over /home.  But.......  It causes mediatomb to repeat entries, as the sym links point back to themselves!!  so, any song's / pictures / videos etc the media updater script finds, are listed several times over as it recursively searches into the directory that effectively points back to its parent.

i.e.

./user_1/data/audio/Home-Drive [29] -> ./user_1/data/audio/
in which there is a sym link Home-Drive [29] which points to.............  And so it goes on, my media database had 10's of thousands of entries in, mostly looking a little like:
./user_1/data/audio/Home-Drive [29]/Home-Drive [29]/Home-Drive [29]/Home-Drive [29]/Home-Drive [29]/Home-Drive [29] etc etc etc.

I was hoping to just be able to set the /home/public/data area as mediatomb's imported directory, but I'm beginning to wonder if I should just add each sub level individually, after the Home-Drive [29] entry, so as not to get this issue, but I assumed there would be a setting somewhere to hide this sym link, or, not to create it that I was missing.

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Users / Re: Package Dependency issues PHP-Common, PHP-SQLite
« on: May 04, 2011, 01:17:48 pm »
Solved as a side effect of another post, was redirected to the stick post 10901, which makes changes sources.list.

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Hi posde,

That has indeed fixed the failing repo's, and I have now rebooted, following which, all the symbolic links have returned!!

I have run: find . -type l -print | grep Home-Drive

and get the following result:
./user_1/data/audio/Home-Drive [29]
./user_1/data/videos/Home-Drive [29]
./user_1/data/pictures/Home-Drive [29]
./user_1/data/pvr/Home-Drive [29]
./user_1/data/games/nes/Home-Drive [29]
./user_1/data/games/a7800p/Home-Drive [29]
./user_1/data/games/famicom/Home-Drive [29]
./user_1/data/games/a5200p/Home-Drive [29]
./user_1/data/games/coleco/Home-Drive [29]
./user_1/data/games/smspal/Home-Drive [29]
./user_1/data/games/sg1000/Home-Drive [29]
./user_1/data/games/a7800/Home-Drive [29]
./user_1/data/games/a5200/Home-Drive [29]
./user_1/data/games/a2600/Home-Drive [29]
./user_1/data/games/intv/Home-Drive [29]
./user_1/data/games/a2600p/Home-Drive [29]
./user_1/data/games/sms/Home-Drive [29]
./user_1/data/games/MAME/Home-Drive [29]
./user_1/data/documents/Home-Drive [29]
./public/data/audio/Home-Drive [29]
./public/data/videos/Home-Drive [29]
./public/data/pictures/Home-Drive [29]
./public/data/pvr/Home-Drive [29]
./public/data/games/nes/Home-Drive [29]
./public/data/games/a7800p/Home-Drive [29]
./public/data/games/famicom/Home-Drive [29]
./public/data/games/a5200p/Home-Drive [29]
./public/data/games/coleco/Home-Drive [29]
./public/data/games/smspal/Home-Drive [29]
./public/data/games/sg1000/Home-Drive [29]
./public/data/games/a7800/Home-Drive [29]
./public/data/games/a5200/Home-Drive [29]
./public/data/games/a2600/Home-Drive [29]
./public/data/games/intv/Home-Drive [29]
./public/data/games/a2600p/Home-Drive [29]
./public/data/games/sms/Home-Drive [29]
./public/data/games/MAME/Home-Drive [29]
./public/data/documents/Home-Drive [29]
./user_4/data/audio/Home-Drive [29]
./user_4/data/videos/Home-Drive [29]
./user_4/data/pictures/Home-Drive [29]
./user_4/data/pvr/Home-Drive [29]
./user_4/data/games/nes/Home-Drive [29]
./user_4/data/games/a7800p/Home-Drive [29]
./user_4/data/games/famicom/Home-Drive [29]
./user_4/data/games/a5200p/Home-Drive [29]
./user_4/data/games/coleco/Home-Drive [29]
./user_4/data/games/smspal/Home-Drive [29]
./user_4/data/games/sg1000/Home-Drive [29]
./user_4/data/games/a7800/Home-Drive [29]
./user_4/data/games/a5200/Home-Drive [29]
./user_4/data/games/a2600/Home-Drive [29]
./user_4/data/games/intv/Home-Drive [29]
./user_4/data/games/a2600p/Home-Drive [29]
./user_4/data/games/sms/Home-Drive [29]
./user_4/data/games/MAME/Home-Drive [29]
./user_4/data/documents/Home-Drive [29]
./user_5/data/audio/Home-Drive [29]
./user_5/data/videos/Home-Drive [29]
./user_5/data/pictures/Home-Drive [29]
./user_5/data/pvr/Home-Drive [29]
./user_5/data/games/nes/Home-Drive [29]
./user_5/data/games/a7800p/Home-Drive [29]
./user_5/data/games/famicom/Home-Drive [29]
./user_5/data/games/a5200p/Home-Drive [29]
./user_5/data/games/coleco/Home-Drive [29]
./user_5/data/games/smspal/Home-Drive [29]
./user_5/data/games/sg1000/Home-Drive [29]
./user_5/data/games/a7800/Home-Drive [29]
./user_5/data/games/a5200/Home-Drive [29]
./user_5/data/games/a2600/Home-Drive [29]
./user_5/data/games/intv/Home-Drive [29]
./user_5/data/games/a2600p/Home-Drive [29]
./user_5/data/games/sms/Home-Drive [29]
./user_5/data/games/MAME/Home-Drive [29]
./user_5/data/documents/Home-Drive [29]
./user_3/data/audio/Home-Drive [29]
./user_3/data/videos/Home-Drive [29]
./user_3/data/pictures/Home-Drive [29]
./user_3/data/pvr/Home-Drive [29]
./user_3/data/games/nes/Home-Drive [29]
./user_3/data/games/a7800p/Home-Drive [29]
./user_3/data/games/famicom/Home-Drive [29]
./user_3/data/games/a5200p/Home-Drive [29]
./user_3/data/games/coleco/Home-Drive [29]
./user_3/data/games/smspal/Home-Drive [29]
./user_3/data/games/sg1000/Home-Drive [29]
./user_3/data/games/a7800/Home-Drive [29]
./user_3/data/games/a5200/Home-Drive [29]
./user_3/data/games/a2600/Home-Drive [29]
./user_3/data/games/intv/Home-Drive [29]
./user_3/data/games/a2600p/Home-Drive [29]
./user_3/data/games/sms/Home-Drive [29]
./user_3/data/games/MAME/Home-Drive [29]
./user_3/data/documents/Home-Drive [29]


I had previously deleted them all before the reboot!!

43
Hi posde,

The snapshot iso I downloaded is named as follows:

LinuxMCE-8.10-23864-i386.iso

If this is as old as November, is there a safe update / upgrade path?

Thanks.

44
Strange, I downloaded it towards the end of April to build the server?!  Is there a safe upgrade path to the latest snapshot, or should the repositories do the rest?  I don't want to loose my RAID array, it took ages to set up!!  I will look at the image name of the DVD when I get home and post it.

45
Hi posde,

I last ran them yesterday, and I do have another post regarding issues with failing repo's (topic: 11650)  Yes, it was the version number off the Web-Admin page, I'll have to look on my laptop when I get home as to which snapshot it was, but it was quite a recent one, I only built the server at the end of April, although I know things move at a pace!!

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