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Centos 7 support
#51
RE: Centos 7 support
Hi, I just reinstalled today and ran into a problem, somehow during the install, it changes my resolv.conf file and I get all kind of errors because the nameservers are not in it anymore.
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#52
RE: Centos 7 support
(11-14-2014, 08:54 AM)R0Bzombie Wrote: Hi, I just reinstalled today and ran into a problem, somehow during the install, it changes my resolv.conf file and I get all kind of errors because the nameservers are not in it anymore.

installer don't modify resolv.conf. Would you provide more information over the server you use? Config? OS? VPS? Already installed software?

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#53
RE: Centos 7 support
(11-14-2014, 08:54 AM)R0Bzombie Wrote: Hi, I just reinstalled today and ran into a problem, somehow during the install, it changes my resolv.conf file and I get all kind of errors because the nameservers are not in it anymore.

Hi,

The Sentora installer is not intended to change anything in resov.conf and it does not touch it directly.
Are you sure the change is really done by it ?

To try to understand, can you give here
- the os used
- the installer versions.
- the resolv.conf content before running installer,
- the resolv.conf content after the run of the installer ?

Thank you.
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#54
RE: Centos 7 support
OS is Centos7 64bits
Installer is the default one at http://sentora.org/install-beta
Resolv.conf before is:
nameserver 8.8.8.8
nameserver 8.8.4.4

I already reimage the VPS so I don't know the resolv.conf after but there was no 8.8.8.8 or 8.8.4.4

I'll try to recreate it over the weekend and post the results.

I ran the installer once and got the errors so I checked the resolv.conf to see that the nameservers were not there so I reimaged and reintalled and making sure the nameservers where there, I even did a yum update and updated everything then ran the installer and the nameservers disappeared
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#55
RE: Centos 7 support
You'll find in this zip 2 screenshots of my resolv before and after install and the install log file
I removed my domain and IP informations

http://www.filedropper.com/sentoraerror
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#56
RE: Centos 7 support
Just to let you know, I disabled the network manager in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 and it worked.
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RE: Centos 7 support
(11-25-2014, 12:15 AM)R0Bzombie Wrote: Just to let you know, I disabled the network manager in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 and it worked.

I don't see this as a good solution....
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RE: Centos 7 support
This should solve it

https://github.com/MBlagui/sentora-insta...install.sh

Install worked and avoid resolver config messed up during install as I locked it. No services disabled only file write protected until install finish then switched back.

Install ok didn't notice any error & test domain created.

Works we should set RC2 tomorrow.
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