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Re: Mandriva listens to you

Post by D_A_V_Y_E » Wed Dec 10, 2014 2:43 am

Hello,

I installed mandriva and uninstalled it. and have the same problem with the folders i can't see the folders under managment shared folders.
Please help me how to delete the folders.
i can get in my qnap with putty what must i do fix the problem (please step by step)

thank you

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Re: Mandriva listens to you

Post by AnatomicJC » Wed Dec 10, 2014 3:02 am

D_A_V_Y_E wrote:i can't see the folders under managment shared folders.
Please help me how to delete the folders.

Hi D_A_V_Y_E,

If you don't see any folders in Shared Folder, please explain how we can tell you to delete folders you don't have ?

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Where are these folders ?

Best regards,
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Re: Mandriva listens to you

Post by D_A_V_Y_E » Wed Dec 10, 2014 3:13 am

i can see the folders i my network and in file station but i don't find the folders under the priviledge settings in shared maps so i cant select them to remove them if they arn't in the list

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Re: Mandriva listens to you

Post by AnatomicJC » Thu Dec 11, 2014 9:09 pm

Hi,

Can you post here content of your /etc/smb.conf file from your QNAP NAS ?
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Re: Mandriva listens to you

Post by konrad8 » Sun Jan 25, 2015 8:43 am

Hi,
did an installation on a TS-559-Pro-II, has similar issues like reported for the "Archive Installation" forever spinning condition. First I assigned a dummy IP address to the unused eth1 (ip addr from shell), still no cable connected, but this did not succed. Then little investigation of the Pulse logs and lsof of the system revealed a clash on port 7080. There was a note in a pulse logfile about the port in usage, so could not start correctly. Lsof reveaeld a running Java Tomcat on the same port. In my APP screen the Tomcat was already deactivated, so I stopped it by init.d script. After aborting Pulse installation, deinstall and install again, the installation went through.
So my conclusion is about this port conflict. I expect it needs further confirmation.

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Re: Mandriva listens to you

Post by AnatomicJC » Mon Jan 26, 2015 12:14 am

Hi konrad8, thanks for your feedback. Indeed 7080 port is used by main Pulse's service, called as mmc-agent.
If you need your Tomcat application, and cannot change its port, you can modify mmc-agent port. Once connected to your QNAP NAS through SSH, you can enter into pulse's chrooted environment with this command:

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deb_bash


Then, go to pulse config files directory:

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# cd /etc/mmc/


Then, find and change all files containing the 7080 port:

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 # grep -rn 7080 .                                                                                                                                                                       
./agent/config.ini:3:port = 7080
./pulse2/inventory-server/inventory-server.ini:51:port = 7080
./pulse2/package-server/package-server.ini:78:port = 7080
./pulse2/package-server/package-server.ini.dpkg-dist:78:port = 7080
./pulse2/scheduler/scheduler.ini:144:port = 7080
./pulse2/uuid-resolver/uuid-resolver.ini:3:port = 7080
./mmc.ini:44:url = https://127.0.0.1:7080
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