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You're issue looks very different.  Open a new thread and provide a pastebin of the log.

Sent from my Nexus 5 using Tapatalk
Hi Again Posde, no need to open a new thread, I found what was causing the problem.  The router was restarting every 10 min, cause by problems with authentication with the NAS.

Thanks again for your quick reply.
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Thanks Posde... Ill do it just right now... there is caos in my house!!! hahahahahahah.
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You're issue looks very different.  Open a new thread and provide a pastebin of the log.

Sent from my Nexus 5 using Tapatalk

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Just logged into my server and there are 23 packages can be updated.

Issuing the apt-get update command

The following packages have been kept back:
  linux-generic-pae linux-headers-generic-lts-trusty linux-headers-generic-pae linux-image-generic-lts-trusty
  linux-image-generic-pae
The following packages will be upgraded:
  firefox ghostscript ghostscript-cups ghostscript-x imagemagick imagemagick-common libgs9 libgs9-common libmagickcore4
  libmagickcore4-extra libmagickwand4 perlmagick
12 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 5 not upgraded.

I don't see any packages listed for LMCE

Tried running the Diskless_CreateTBZ.sh afterwards and still received the same error

Sun Dec  4 09:34:00 PST 2016 - Installing lmce-md-meta for device 28
Reading package lists...
Building dependency tree...
Reading state information...
E: Unable to locate package lmce-md-meta
/usr/pluto/bin/Diskless_CreateTBZ.sh: line 170: /tmp/TeeMyOutputExitCode_28634: No such file or directory

I am surprised that the packages are not cached at /var/cache/apt/archives.  Looking after this latest update, the only packages that are cached are what was downloaded today.

Not being a bash programmer, could the packages be sourced from the local cache, if available, instead of being downloaded from the internet?

Dear All Im getting this same issue but in 1404 and unable to get md diskless running, my Diskless Create TBZ has a similar output

Here is my output.

dcerouter_679:/usr/pluto/bin#  ./Diskless_CreateTBZ.sh
vie dic 30 10:42:36 EST 2016 - Logging initiatilized to /var/log/pluto/Diskless_MD_Creation_20161230_104236.log
vie dic 30 10:42:36 EST 2016 - BEGIN: Host: ubuntu - trusty - i386
vie dic 30 10:42:36 EST 2016 - BEGIN: Target: ubuntu - trusty - i386
vie dic 30 10:42:36 EST 2016 - Creating chroot for MD creation at: /opt/Diskless_CreateTBZ.K4WOZTR2Y
vie dic 30 10:42:36 EST 2016 - Creating debootstrap
I: Retrieving Release
I: Retrieving Packages
I: Retrieving Packages
I: Validating Packages
I: Resolving dependencies of required packages...
I: Resolving dependencies of base packages...
I: Chosen extractor for .deb packages: dpkg-deb
chroot: failed to run command ‘/debootstrap/debootstrap’: No such file or directory
./Diskless_CreateTBZ.sh: line 170: /tmp/TeeMyOutputExitCode_6234: No such file or directory

I checked the lmce-oauth2-server and it had none installed so I Installed but no different results.

apt-get update and dist-upgrade tells no new or missing packages.  This was tested a few minutes ago.

Any ideas?
T
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Users / Re: EIB/KNX configuration
« Last post by posde on December 30, 2016, 04:14:40 pm »
I put it under the core, after all, that's where the eibd runs as well. But I do not think it really matters.

So, you now have the eibd running? That's good. Please paste
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ps ax|grep eib -i
from the core, so I can have a look.
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Users / Re: EIB/KNX configuration
« Last post by girlaldo on December 30, 2016, 04:09:52 pm »
GOOD NEWS:
I did the installation again starting from LMCE-1404-20161119175532-i386.iso and I realized that probably I didn't fill in the right place the 2195 core profile. In fact it isn't immediately so clear where to put it (at least for a newbie).
So I finally I managed to get the eibd running.
But new problems are coming. here they are
What are they?
========== NEW LOG SECTION ==========
1   12/30/16 14:41:48   40 (spawning-device)   Starting... 24
1   12/30/16 14:41:48   40 (spawning-device)   Found /usr/pluto/bin/EIB
10   12/30/16 14:41:48.366      Device: 40 starting.  Connecting to: localhost <0xb7265700>
10   12/30/16 14:41:48.366      Getting Config and Connect <0xb7265700>
10   12/30/16 14:41:48.368      Setting timeout for socket 4 to 20 <0xb7265700>
10   12/30/16 14:41:48.444      EIB GetConfig done <0xb7265700>
10   12/30/16 14:41:48.444      EIB populating <0xb7265700>
10   12/30/16 14:41:48.444        EIB populating done <0xb7265700>
10   12/30/16 14:41:48.444      EIB threadspawning done <0xb7265700>
10   12/30/16 14:41:48.445        Config and Connect OK <0xb7265700>
10   12/30/16 14:41:48.445      Requesthandler 0x9f797c0 (device: 40) runThread now running <0xb6261b40>
21   12/30/16 14:41:48.445      lock(0x9f7990c) (>94) MessageQueue: Command_Impl.cpp:852  <0xb6a62b40>
21   12/30/16 14:41:48.445      acquired(0x9f7990c) #0 (>94) MessageQueue Command_Impl.cpp:852  <0xb6a62b40>
21   12/30/16 14:41:48.445      start cond wait Command_Impl.cpp:852 (0x9f7990c)  <0xb6a62b40>
10   12/30/16 14:41:48.445      starting listening thread <0xb7263b40>
10   12/30/16 14:41:48.445      regenerating the connection <0xb7263b40>
05   12/30/16 14:41:53.446        error while opening eibd port, error count: <0xb7263b40>
05   12/30/16 14:41:58.446        error while opening eibd port, error count: <0xb7263b40>
05   12/30/16 14:42:03.446        error while opening eibd port, error count: <0xb7263b40>
....

....

10   12/30/16 15:08:55.741      regenerating the connection <0xb7291b40>
10   12/30/16 15:08:55.741      regenerating the connection <0xb7291b40>
10   12/30/16 15:08:55.741      regenerating the connection <0xb7291b40>
10   12/30/16 15:08:55.741      regenerating the connection <0xb7291b40>
10   12/30/16 15:08:55.741      regenerating the connection <0xb7291b40>
10   12/30/16 15:08:55.741      regenerating the connection <0xb7291b40>
10   12/30/16 15:08:55.741      regenerating the connection <0xb7291b40>
10   12/30/16 15:08:55.741      regenerating the connection <0xb7291b40>
10   12/30/16 15:08:55.741      regenerating the connection <0xb7291b40>
10   12/30/16 15:08:55.741      regenerating the connection <0xb7291b40>
10   12/30/16 15:08:55.741      regenerating the connection <0xb7291b40>
10   12/30/16 15:08:55.741      regenerating the connection <0xb7291b40>
10   12/30/16 15:08:55.741      regenerating the connection <0xb7291b40>
10   12/30/16 15:08:55.741      regenerating the connection <0xb7291b40>
10   12/30/16 15:08:55.741      regenerating the connection <0xb7291b40


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Users / Re: Filename View in Orbiter
« Last post by posde on December 30, 2016, 03:16:25 pm »
nice - thanks for the feedback.
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Users / Re: Filename View in Orbiter
« Last post by maverick0815 on December 30, 2016, 01:46:08 pm »
it seems redoing the database did the trick, fileview is available again
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Users / Re: Filename View in Orbiter
« Last post by maverick0815 on December 30, 2016, 12:30:54 pm »
ok, I reinstalled the database. However I got an error at the end:
Quote
Error 1146 (42S02) at line 1: Table 'pluto_main.Attribute' doesn't exist
Is this something to be concerned about?`
Anyway, I will see, what will happen now.
Thanks so far!
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Users / Re: EIB/KNX configuration
« Last post by posde on December 30, 2016, 12:18:34 am »
It is not about the coffee.

It is about getting something working that usually works very straight forward. Let's get the stuff one by one:

* eibd must be run as root ie. sudo
* The --eib-address is not the address of the target KNX/IP gate, but our own
* run without --daemon= so you might be able to see additional notes
* remove one parameter after the other, until you get it to at least run

If outside ssh access is possible, let me know, and I'll get you a public key to put on your system, and maybe come into Freenode #linuxmce chat - I'm connected 24/7 but will be at the keyboard around 10 am CET
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