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Installation and Upgrades / Re: SAMBA Error
« on: October 06, 2023, 08:07:06 pm »
Thank you sergowech

Solved my issue

Installation and Upgrades / Re: Granting local administrator rights
« on: October 18, 2013, 08:46:04 pm »
You can do it in SBS 2011 as per this link.

But maybe something in the startup script like so..

I removed, purged ebox-jabber, then ran the unconfigure script etc..   
Then reinstalled jabber and everything works now.. 
Scared the snot out of me..  As usual I had waited to change the passwords till the last minute and was about to be in violation of company policy..  :)

A bit more information, it seems users created fresh that maybe haven't every had a jabber account will let me change their passwords.

version  on hardy
I trying to change user passwords and get the error below.  Any ideas?  I've removed and reinstalled jabber, but thats as far as I've gone..

A really nasty bug has occurred
Unknown error at EBox::UsersAndGroups::_modifyUserPwd unrecognized objectClass 'userJabberAccount'
Unknown error at EBox::UsersAndGroups::_modifyUserPwd unrecognized objectClass 'userJabberAccount' at /usr/share/perl5/EBox/ line 615
EBox::Ldap::_errorOnLdap('Net::LDAP::Modify=HASH(0xab44078)', 'HASH(0xab520bc)') called at /usr/share/perl5/EBox/ line 300
EBox::Ldap::modify('EBox::Ldap=HASH(0x93f49d0)', 'uid=sromero,ou=Users,dc=ebox', 'HASH(0xab520bc)') called at /usr/share/perl5/EBox/ line 521
EBox::UsersAndGroups::_modifyUserPwd('EBox::UsersAndGroups=HASH(0x93f4a60)', 'sromero', 'admin') called at /usr/share/perl5/EBox/ line 585
EBox::UsersAndGroups::modifyUser('EBox::UsersAndGroups=HASH(0x93f4a60)', 'HASH(0xaaffd84)') called at /usr/share/perl5/EBox/CGI/UsersAndGroups/ line 82
EBox::CGI::UsersAndGroups::ModifyUser::_process('EBox::CGI::UsersAndGroups::ModifyUser=HASH(0xab43ed4)') called at /usr/share/perl5/EBox/CGI/ line 261
EBox::CGI::Base::run('EBox::CGI::UsersAndGroups::ModifyUser=HASH(0xab43ed4)') called at /usr/share/perl5/EBox/CGI/ line 120
EBox::CGI::Run::run('EBox::CGI::Run', 'UsersAndGroups/ModifyUser', 'EBox') called at /usr/share/ebox/cgi/ebox.cgi line 19
ModPerl::ROOT::ModPerl::Registry::usr_share_ebox_cgi_ebox_2ecgi::handler('Apache2::RequestRec=SCALAR(0x8f9251c)') called at /usr/lib/perl5/ModPerl/ line 204
eval {...} called at /usr/lib/perl5/ModPerl/ line 204
ModPerl::RegistryCooker::run('ModPerl::Registry=HASH(0x9417774)') called at /usr/lib/perl5/ModPerl/ line 170
ModPerl::RegistryCooker::default_handler('ModPerl::Registry=HASH(0x9417774)') called at /usr/lib/perl5/ModPerl/ line 31
ModPerl::Registry::handler('ModPerl::Registry', 'Apache2::RequestRec=SCALAR(0x8f9251c)') called at -e line 0
eval {...} called at -e line 0

Installation and Upgrades / fetchmail bulk users
« on: April 19, 2010, 10:41:58 pm »
I see fetchmail has been added to version 1.4. Seems to work very well. However, it resides in the user corner. You guys have a lot of faith in the users. :)

Anyway, it'd be nice to have an interface in the admin interface as well because we are the dummy's who will be setting it up for them.  It's difficult to do for the users unless you know all their current passwords.

So, two questions, is there a file we can edit to add multiple users?

Installation and Upgrades / Re: Alternative to setting Group Policies
« on: January 10, 2010, 08:11:36 pm »
I find scripts easier to deal with than the policy editor.
For example, to change the proxie for IE, take a look at this utility I wrote some time ago..

Be sure to look at the command line options for transparent operation. You can also put a link to the file on the users desktop so they can change it at will.

Hope this is helpful..

BTW, you could also simply do it with a script.

No replies?   :)

I'd imagine you are going to do the files and users manually though in the documentation there are instructions to add users in bulk.

While I have not done this with ebox, you should be able to export your sid from the old box and import to the new box. Here is the read.  Please post your success-failures..

Installation and Upgrades / Re: getmail fetchmail script
« on: December 22, 2009, 04:08:38 pm »
It appears getmail is sending to the sendmail command. Let's see some relevant logs in /var/log/mail.log

So far, it seems to be a postfix issue..

Installation and Upgrades / Re: getmail fetchmail script
« on: December 21, 2009, 07:56:08 pm »

Go to that users getmailrc file and enable the log so you can see what's going on. (Just remove the "#" sign from this line)

# message_log = ~/.getmail/log

However, keep in mind, the script will just pass the mail on to the ebox mail server. Delivery and storage is still done by ebox.

Also you can try a simple telnet message from the command line to your ebox to see how that goes..

Was using KPDF

I just downloaded it with the same result. Damaged..   
Just confirming..

Installation and Upgrades / Re: Possible bug in 1.2 releases
« on: November 27, 2009, 06:55:44 am »
Hi Keithe,

Ebox comes configured to place the backup in /mnt/backup
So if there is already backup info there, delete it.

rm -rf /mnt/backup

Assuming it's already formatted to ext3..

# Run fdisk -l to see your partitions.
fdisk -l

# Now create the mount point.
mkdir /mnt/backup

# Now mount it manually and see if it works
mount -t ext3 /dev/sdb1 /mnt/backup

# Use this command to see info on your mounts.
df -h

# If all looks good, Initiate your first backup.
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rdiff-backup --exclude /mnt/backup --exclude /dev --exclude /proc --exclude /sys / /mnt/backup/

# Now run df -h again to see info. Makes you feel all comfy to check it..  :)

# Lets unmount the drive so we can make things permanant.
umount /mnt/backup

# Ok, now we want the mount to live through a reboot.  Put this line in your /etc/fstab file
# Note: Don't screw up the fstab file or you machine may not boot!!!
/dev/sdb1 /mnt/backup ext3 defaults 0 0

And to save you a reboot to see if the fstab line works,
mount -a

Can you now go to /mnt/backup and see your data?

Hope this helps..

Ok, that helps.

Now, go to an internal machine and try to telnet that mail server. Since you've not told us if your using imap, imaps, pop etc..  I can not tell you the port number.

telnet "port_number"

If that doesn't work, try it again from the ebox machine.

Hopefully this will point us in the right direction. I've not quite got enough info to work with here..

Also, do you have any entries in you Firewall Filtering rules for internal networks?  If so, let us know what they are..

Please confirm what I think you said, that your email in on the lan side of the ebox firewall/proxy.

If it is, enter than ip number in outlook instead of the name of the box.

If the mail server is on the wan side, we'll need to know if your using imap, or pop, then determine why the firewall is blocking..

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