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Installation and Upgrades / User-Rights gone wrong
« on: July 16, 2013, 08:48:20 pm »

I changed the settings of the file-sharing (samba). Since I did that, I cannot access the web-interface any longer.
Thus, I rebooted. No improvement.
I also noted, that I can only log in as root via ssh. Even su to my username does not work:
su henfri
Cannot execute /bin/sh: Permission denied
su: User not known to the underlying authentication module

What has gone wrong here?

Note: I added "/" to the shared folders (I know I should not, but /var/www was not allowed, and I DO have good reasons to share this (I want to edit the web-pages from windows).


Installation and Upgrades / ACL and system Users
« on: April 09, 2013, 07:59:25 pm »

on my Zentyal Server, I am also running some linux software. One of them is a squeezebox-server. It works, generally. But sometimes, it can't access the music files on the hdd anymore.
When I chmod -R 777 /mnt/path/to/music, this works again.
The /mnt/path/to/music is also shared via zentyals samba-server. Thus I assume, that some zentyal regularly checks the permission of the samba-shares and changes them, so that only the users configured in the Web-IF can access the path.
Is that right?

If so, I would have to add the user that is running the squeezebox-server to the samba-shares users with read access. This, I cannot do, because the User does not exist for zentyal. When trying to add the user, zentyal complains though, that the user exists in the system already.

What do you recommend?


German / Einbindung in bestehende Windows/Linux Infrastruktur: Benutzter
« on: February 19, 2012, 10:05:16 pm »

ich setze gerade einen Zentyal Server auf, der v.a. als Datengrab dienen soll.
Bisher nutze ich dafür eine Fritz Box und mich hat immer gestört, dass der User "henfri" oder "root" auf jedem Rechner ein "anderer" ist. Passwörter waren nicht synchron und wenn "henfri" auf der Linux-Kiste Zugriff auf eine Datei hatte (die z.B. per Samba auf der FritzBox lag), dann hieß das noch lange nicht, dass henfri auch unter Windows darauf zugreifen konnte, denn die Fritz Box kennt henfri nicht unter henfri, sondern unter ftpuser oder als 1004. Und so weiter.

Damit soll jetzt Schluss sein.

Wie ich gelernt habe, sollte ich dafür Zentyal als LDAP-Master einrichten.
Aber was muss ich auf den anderen Rechnern (Windows/Linux) machen, damit hier die User/Passwörter synchron sind? (natürlich erwarte ich keine Anleitung, sondern Stichwörter zum suchen reichen mir natürlich.

Davon abgesehen:
Lohnt es, weitere Dienste von Zentyal übernehmen zu lassen? Sollte Zentyal Gateway/DHCP/DNS übernehmen, oder spricht nix dagegen, wenn die Fritz Box das weiterhin macht?

Gruß und vielen Dank für eure Tipps!


I have installed Zentyal physically on my machine (i.e. Zentyal is not a guest in a VM, but rather the opposite: amongst others, it'll be the Host for VMs).

Under, I try to configure the Network Interface as a bridged Network. There, I'm asked for the Interface do be bridged to. Unfortunately, I get only "none" in the selection/drop-down box.. Also unfortunately, the documentation does not help me on this topic. If I leave "none" selected, I cannot start the VM and zentyal asks me to file a bug-report.

Are there any prerequisites? Do I need to set up a virtual network interface?



I tried to install Zentyal on Debian by using the ubuntu packages and hoping for the best.
Here the result:
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Error output: /var/lib/ebox/tmp/ac9JkyNlUY.cmd: 1: status: not found

Command output: .
Exit value: 127dpkg: error processing ebox (--configure):
 subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 127
configured to not write apport reports
                                      dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of ebox-software:
 ebox-software depends on ebox (>= 2.0); however:
  Package ebox is not configured yet.
 ebox-software depends on ebox (<< 2.0.100); however:
  Package ebox is not configured yet.
dpkg: error processing ebox-software (--configure):
 dependency problems - leaving unconfigured
configured to not write apport reports
                                      Errors were encountered while processing:
E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)
root@debian:~# more /var/lib/ebox/tmp/ac9JkyNlUY.cmd
/var/lib/ebox/tmp/ac9JkyNlUY.cmd: No such file or directory

Can someone help?

Is it generally possible to install Zentyal on debian?


Installation and Upgrades / Zentyal on ARM architecture
« on: September 02, 2010, 08:48:53 am »

I would like to install zentyal on my seagate dockstar, which is running Debian and has a ARM cpu.
Is this possible?
Are there any guides for this?


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