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by bbrendon
08 Mar 2019 04:24
Forum: 4.x Bugs
Topic: rc3 still untestable
Replies: 6
Views: 1148

Re: rc3 still untestable

henk wrote:
06 Mar 2019 20:01
You're a man of few words.
You're not the first to say that.

1. install centos7
2. run your installer script (non KS).
3. fail.

Sorry. I wish I had a video of the whole thing. I saw there was a long discussion about it previously and figured it was common knowledge.
by bbrendon
06 Mar 2019 04:05
Forum: 4.x Bugs
Topic: rc3 still untestable
Replies: 6
Views: 1148

rc3 still untestable

The setup gui still goes in a loop.
by bbrendon
24 Feb 2019 07:57
Forum: 4.x Bugs
Topic: Webmin in EFA4
Replies: 14
Views: 2273

Re: Webmin in EFA4

Is cockpit any better than webmin? I haven't used either much.
by bbrendon
11 Feb 2019 06:04
Forum: 4.x Bugs
Topic: v4 Beta Login & User problems
Replies: 23
Views: 3525

Re: v4 Beta Login & User problems

I just installed using the eFa v4 Release Candidate 2 build instructions. I couldn't get logged in. It went into a loop while asking me for the "Web Admin Username" and Password. Over and over and over.
by bbrendon
08 Dec 2018 08:12
Forum: Discussion
Topic: eFa Project downtime
Replies: 1
Views: 1046

Re: eFa Project downtime

Looks like this is down? https://mirrors.efa-project.org
Might be related to the crash.
by bbrendon
08 Dec 2018 08:11
Forum: Discussion
Topic: EFA v4 Beta
Replies: 3
Views: 2013

Re: EFA v4 Beta

If anyone else is wondering how to do this I think the proper steps are... 1. boot centos 7 iso 2. before the installation boots press tab 3. append "inst.ks=http://dl.efa-project.org/build/4/ksnobuild.cfg" to boot command 4. wait. wait. power on VM after it shuts down. 5. login as root / eFaPr0j3ct...
by bbrendon
30 Dec 2016 02:44
Forum: Discussion
Topic: Next Major release OS version
Replies: 63
Views: 140482

Re: Next Major release OS version

Where I'm from (visiting and working with lots of different companies) you rarely see a CentOS machine. Running around I see (in order of most common to least common) mostly Ubuntu, Debian, _other_, and finally a CentOS machine on very rare occasion. I've never even seen CentOS 7 in the real world. ...
by bbrendon
29 Apr 2015 04:49
Forum: Discussion
Topic: Next Major release OS version
Replies: 63
Views: 140482

Re: Next Major release OS version

by bbrendon
09 May 2014 17:25
Forum: Discussion
Topic: too similar to esva
Replies: 1
Views: 1429

too similar to esva

I stand by what I said here http://forum.efa-project.org/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=427#p747 I just installed efa 3.0.0.1. Its almost identical to esva. There is NO way I could had the web interface to a user and expect them to achieve user-level tasks. No form validation, confusing, etc etc. I appreciate ...
by bbrendon
09 May 2014 17:03
Forum: 3.x Bugs
Topic: Installer suggestion
Replies: 3
Views: 2255

Re: Installer suggestion

Great suggestion. I just installed 3.0.0.1 and am already frustrated. Its stuck doing some freshclam stuff and I can't login. I press alt-f1 to goto another console and it starts the initial configuration process. VERY annoying. Now I have to boot into single user mode and blah blah? Seriously? I th...
by bbrendon
24 Jan 2014 05:02
Forum: How-to
Topic: upgrade from ESVA?
Replies: 4
Views: 2674

upgrade from ESVA?

Released?? Awesome! Is there an upgrade path from ESVA?
by bbrendon
03 Jan 2014 17:25
Forum: Discussion
Topic: EFA 2 and 3
Replies: 5
Views: 2581

EFA 2 and 3

So I'm not sure why people gave up on Baruwa. I understand installing it harder, but that's what EFA is for. Going back to to mailwatch is not desirable to me... Its just too crappy. The interface is ridden with obvious bugs, security holes, etc and there is no one maintaining. Going back to the ESV...
by bbrendon
18 Apr 2013 02:06
Forum: Discussion
Topic: baruwa 2.0 install
Replies: 12
Views: 9856

Re: baruwa 2.0 install

I'd be tempted to keep the baurwa 2 stuff efa specific and maybe skip the packages?
Not sure what's easiest. :)
by bbrendon
05 Apr 2013 22:52
Forum: Discussion
Topic: baruwa 2.0 install
Replies: 12
Views: 9856

Re: baruwa 2.0 install

I think our fearless leader darky83 has baruwa installed, but I'm not sure. If he does, maybe he can share his notes. Here are my notes from doing the source install using debian squeeze. http://pastebin.com/raZNQVS0 They are nasty, but they might be useful to someone. At the end, I was able to open...
by bbrendon
04 Apr 2013 01:02
Forum: Discussion
Topic: baruwa 2.0 install
Replies: 12
Views: 9856

Re: baruwa 2.0 install

After hacking around a bit more I found out a few more things. 1. you can make a debian pacakge out of the baruwa-2.0.tar.bz2 no problem with dpkg-buildpacakge. It requires packages that are in debian wheezy/sid or possibly also or instead from baruwa enterprise. not sure. 2. The baruwa 2.0 web inst...
by bbrendon
04 Apr 2013 00:35
Forum: Discussion
Topic: baruwa 2.0 install
Replies: 12
Views: 9856

baruwa 2.0 install

Since this is related to efa-project I figured I'd post how far I got with this. I haven't seen any install instructions for baruwa 2.0 anywhere on google yet. :( Here are some debian squeeze steps. I compared the baruwa requirements to packages and got most of them nailed down: apt-get install pyth...
by bbrendon
04 Jan 2013 05:23
Forum: Discussion
Topic: baruwa 2.0?
Replies: 7
Views: 4860

Re: baruwa 2.0?

by bbrendon
03 Jan 2013 06:08
Forum: Discussion
Topic: baruwa 2.0?
Replies: 7
Views: 4860

baruwa 2.0?

considering this is a new project, seems it would make sense to have it utilize the current version of baruwa, no?
by bbrendon
15 Nov 2012 05:12
Forum: Discussion
Topic: extra packages installed?
Replies: 2
Views: 2238

Re: extra packages installed?

Whoops. My mistake. I'm so used to purging packages and I forgot you can "remove" packages. :)
by bbrendon
15 Nov 2012 04:58
Forum: Bugs
Topic: incorrect apache config
Replies: 1
Views: 1783

incorrect apache config

This should be done the "debian" way I think. These files should be the same. The main file should be in available, and a link to that file should be in enabled. There is a command in debian a2ensite to manage these. root@mailsort:/etc/apache2# diff sites-available/baruwa sites-enabled/baruwa 12d11 ...
by bbrendon
10 Nov 2012 03:24
Forum: Discussion
Topic: extra packages installed?
Replies: 2
Views: 2238

extra packages installed?

why is exim4 AND postfix installed? is that supposed to be happening? it looks like exim can be removed, no?

also, you can remove popularity-contest from the next release ;)
by bbrendon
10 Nov 2012 03:18
Forum: Discussion
Topic: how are people supposed to know they received spam?
Replies: 3
Views: 3845

how are people supposed to know they received spam?

So in ESVA, it would email someone with a link to release the spam message each time a spam email was sent to them that was caught by ESVA. How does it work in EFA/Baruwa? So far from my testing and poking around, the user has no way of knowing they received spam unless they login to the web interfa...
by bbrendon
10 Nov 2012 02:42
Forum: How-to
Topic: change the IP address of your EFA box
Replies: 5
Views: 4384

change the IP address of your EFA box

Yea. Real simple ..but this one wasted 20 minutes :) 1. modify /etc/network/interfaces with the changed IP. 2. modify /etc/hosts with the changed IP 3. ifdown eth0; ifup eth0 4. done. If you don't do step #2 and setup your hosts file correctly, rabbitmq-server is going to hang when you start or stop...
by bbrendon
10 Nov 2012 00:29
Forum: Discussion
Topic: EFA Active Directory Integration?
Replies: 6
Views: 4053

Re: EFA Active Directory Integration?

I haven't used EFA yet, (downloading it now), but our ESVA system downloads valid email addresses using a script. Once of the scripts queries AD and parses them into something postfix understands (or whatever the ESVA mailer is, I forget). I realize this isn't a solution to the web user interface lo...