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Have you considered 2 network cards, and having your router/firewall only opening the strictly necessary ports from the internet to the second card?

Certaines pages Web soient serveurs directement à partir du serveur d'origine, pour la confidentialité de vos utilisateurs ou simplement parce qu'ils ne fonctionnent pas correctement derrière un proxy.

Dans ces cas, vous pouvez utiliser les exemptions de proxy transparentes.

Google Translate  ;D

For Tfo52, as far as I remember:

Generally speaking, a) The Nvidia Mediashield Raid on your mobo only supports Windows and b) Linux can't put grub on a raid 5: you need a separate raid1 partition for it.

Some useful info here  and here

If you're lucky and have configured things correctly, you may just need to specify the array name:

- switch terminal - Ctrl+Alt+F2

ls -l /dev/mapper

- check your array name

- switch back - Ctrl+Alt+F1 and input the array name


Spanish / Re: Error al recibir emails desde cuentas externas
« on: February 28, 2019, 06:08:41 pm »

DNS configurado correctamente?

I have not been able to proceed, but have taken an intermediate step.

I have installed a new Zentyal 6 VM and added it to my present 5.1 domain as additional controller.

This worked correctly, users and computers synchronized with the main controller.

The title is my question.

I have a working Zentyal domain, file sharing service is active with default values but would instead like to map out an existing NAS to my users.

It's a zfs FreeNAS joined to the Zentyal domain, so the users can already reach it with their domain credentials, but I would like to mount a main share (not their home dircetory) automatically when they login.

Any advice/tips/info?


Directory and Authentication / Re: Zentyal 6 samba error sharing
« on: February 04, 2019, 02:48:45 pm »
You should be using a Windows computer logged on to the domain (with admin rights) to apply NTFS permissions.


Small business, about 35 computers.
Single domain, no Windows servers, only 2 Zentyal controllers on 5.1.3
Main domain controller is a dedicated physical server, additional domain controller is a virtual machine.

I was wondering if I can update the additional controller first, and if there's any special procedure.
The idea is that if anything goes wrong I can simply reinstall the VM, and if the upgrade works smoothly I can proceed to updating the main controller.

Spanish / Re: Algunos PCs del dominio toman mal la hora
« on: January 21, 2019, 04:16:46 pm »
¿Es tu servidor Zentyal una máquina virtual?


Normally - every time a relevant configuration change or update is needed by my 5.1 domain controllers, I save the configuration and download it to a different machine for safekeeping before performing the operation.

I was wondering if there is a chance to launch the config save from the command line, with the idea of scripting periodic backups + file transfers.

Sorry - just saw that the issue was known and could be solved simply:

sudo dpkg --install --force-downgrade libapt-pkg5.0_1.2.29_amd64.deb

apt-get: relocation error: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/ symbol _ZN9pkgSystem9LockInnerEv, version APTPKG_5.0 not defined in file with link time reference

Once you have sorted out the situation, check  : the lack of SYSVOL replication is not a Zentyal issue but a basic samba limitation.

Hopefully it will be implemented at some point but that link explains how to configure it manually.

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