iFolder Appliance 0.0.9

Well, its been a month.  I figured its about time to push out another iFolder appliance with the latest and greatest.  The change log information since the last release on the iFolder Release Stuff page.  There are only two changes in the appliance: The latest packages of ifolder and I changed the version of the 64bit images to match the 32ibt images.

Links:

32 bit:

vmware /  disk image /  Live image /  xen image

64 bit:

vmware /  disk image /  Live image

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    1. @Ryan Nix the only concern I have with this is if the person isn’t using virtualbox. I don’t really have a VB image. I’ve just been using the vmware image in VB. I’ll look through the link some more and see if maybe just providing a script that sets this up will work.

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  1. Hi Stephen,

    where can I find the data to login to the iFolder Appliance, after I started it in a VM?

    Is there something to configure – or can I use it “out of the box” ?

    Thanks in advance!

    Mirko

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  2. Hi. Great news that there is an appliance available! However, the download URLs don’t seem to work. 🙁

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  3. @Anders sorry about that. After a period of time suse studio deletes the appliance. I’ve rebuilt several and the rest should be finishing up.

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  4. Hi! Great that that stuff is avialable. But I ran into troubles when trying to open https:\ip-adressifolder. Got a login window, enter the username and password but the result I got was a Runtime error in ifolder application. Admin works well, also the client can connect to the server and syncs. (even on windows 7)
    Uses the VM image on VM Server on a windows host.
    Any idea whats wrong?
    Gerhard

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  5. Hi, I’ve set this on a vmware server box and do the initial setup and everything works great.However, when I turn the virtual image off and back on I cannot connect to the ifolder server again. I’m pretty sure that the ip address is the same, it just can’t find server again until I restore the original snapshot. The only thing I haven’t done is – delete the commented line out of /usr/lib/simias/webaccess/iFolders.aspx around line 84
    because I don’t know how to get into the vm image to do this. Is this the culprit of why I can’t get back into the image after shutdown? Any help on this is greatly appreciated…..I’d really like to get this working for the company I work for.

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    1. @Jay Weldy, I’m thinking it might be that apache needs to be started. I’d give that a try. The commented line just allows you to log into the /ifolder web interface

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  6. I appreciate the quick response and I’m sure I’m sounding noobish but have never worked in a command line environment.
    How do I go about starting the apache server from command line?
    I assume that it’s after I log in, but am lost after that!
    Thanks again

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  7. @Jay Weldy, on the commandline after logging in run,
    chkconfig apache2 on
    – and then –
    rcapache2 start

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  8. @Jay Weldy, excellent. I’m glad to hear that. The chkconfig command makes it sa that it will start each time you restart the VM.

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  9. yeap, I noticed that. Now all I have to do is figure out how to have it visible to the outside world and I’ll be good. DMZ’d the server but outside clients get error trying to connect to server ip address. Thanks again for your help!

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  10. I’m sorry to be asking another question but is it possible to increase the Default-Store size?
    Mine is starting at 13.6 (?) GB and the mac pro I’m running the vm in has 5 1TB drives in it. I’d like to utilize a full 1TB drive for the vm to run on and use. Again I’m sorry to ask here but haven’t found a better resource of information on the server side.
    Again, Thanks in advance.
    Jay

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  11. Hello, I tested the appliance and it works great.

    I installed iFolder on OpenSuSE directly on the hardware. iFolder is working but the user can not change his/her own password. I remember being able to change the password from the Settings page on the web access (https://server/ifolder)

    Did you modify anything in your appliance to make the password change work?

    Thank you for your help.
    Regards,

    Christian

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    1. @Christian With just the built in user authentication it should be on the user page. With ldap I think you have to use whatever your setup uses. I’m not sure why it wouldn’t be working.

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  12. sshaw, thank you for your reply.

    I am not using LDAP so the only way to change the password is thru iFolder server.

    The page at https://server-URL/ifolder/Settings.aspx does not show the password fields but it show them in your appliance. It is strange.

    I installed ifolder3-enterprise-3.7.2.9089.1-0.2.x86_64.rpm, did you use a different version?

    Unfortunately, I am pretty green in Linux, specially in all this Apache stuff.

    Thank you very much for your help.

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  13. @Christian I’m hanging out in the Paris airport right now so I’m not able to check, but When I get back into the office I’ll see what I can figure out.

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  14. Question: We currently run Novell iFolder 2.1 on a Netware 6.5 server. We are phasing out our Netware servers. Would this appliance be a good replacement for us?

    Thanks in advance,
    Gary

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    1. @Gary If you have a deal with novell I’d recommend going with OES as it will be supported. The nice thing about this appliance is that you can download it and test it out. iFolder 3.8 is around the corner and I’d probably wait for my iFolder appliance that is based on 3.8 before deciding on which direction to go. (Sorry I don’t have an exact date on that, but I believe its soon)

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  15. Thanks for the reply. Since I’ve been selected to find a replacement to Novell’s iFolder and also being a newbie on vmware and linux, I would like to download your 3.7 appliance to test and get familiar with the environment. Unfortunately (since this is all green to me) I’m not sure what to download and how to proceed. We do have some stuff running on vmware but a co-worker set all of that up. I’ll have his assistance if I need it. Can you assist me on how to proceed? Or am I way off base in thinking that your appliance could replace our version of iFolder running on a Netware 6.5 server? Sorry to sound so incompetent. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.

    Gary

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  16. Hi again!
    After doing a lot of tests I want to change the admin password of the ifolder admin console. Therefor I ran the simias-server-config again, changed the password but it does not work. Checking the /var/simias/data/simias/Simias.config file, the new password is in, but it did not work, still can login using “novell”
    I also do not manage it to change the user password in the settings, error was: “Could not change password, Failed to reset password.”

    I also start from a new image with a new password during the initial setup of the BuildiFolder.sh with the result I cannot login to the ifolder system anymore, neither with novell nor with my own password. This is no problem, revert to snapshot saves that 😉 but I cannot figure out what that passwort issue is caused by. The novell forum suggest to run simias-server-setup. I think, the password “novell” must be “hard coded” somewhere in the appliance.
    Regards
    Gerhard

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  17. @Gerhard That’s really odd. I’m not sure what’s going on there, but I know or am not aware of anywhere in the appliance that hard codes that password. I’m going to be redoing the appliance with a newer version of ifolder. Hopefully that helps resolve some of these issues.

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  18. Hi, I’ve installed the vm appliance and have everything running very well. I appreciate the time sshaw has taken with the image and making it available to us.
    I’m struggling with one thing, the size of the datastore. I’ve increased the size of the vm image hoping that would increase the size of the datastore, however to no avail. I’ve combed the info in the ifolder admin guide but am unable to find anything on increasing the datastore size. Does anyone here know a command to do this that would work in the vm image? As always, any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
    Jay

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  19. @Jay I’m not sure. That’s a good question. I’d recommend jumping into irc and asking in there as there are some guys from the ifolder team that hang out there. They are all in India I believe so I usually ask in the morning.

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  20. Thanks, I’ll give that a try. Thanks for the reply and again thanks for the vm app.

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  21. @sshaw: I spoke with a couple people on #ifolder irc last night and they had me run some cmd lines. As explained to me the root partion is only 17 gig with the live file system inside that which is what the default store uses. I can expand the vm image size to any thing I want but then I’d need to expand the root partition to that then expand the live file system inside that partition to gain any default store size. I don’t see a way that I can do that in the vm image. (?)
    Does the build service allow for any thing more as a parameter, or can I just add a usb drive (say 500 GB) and add a default store to that? I’d love to use this vm image since it gives me the security of a nightly snapshot of the file system as backup in case someone deletes a file from their work-station. It’s just that a 16 gb datastore is limiting.

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    1. Thanks. I actually show that article just a couple days ago. I have someone else that gave me an article and was thinking about publishing it as well. I still need to re do the appliance with the newer/ more recently ifolder packages. I’ve been trying to think of a simpler setup for the appliance so that its easier to install, but I think that some of these settings need to be custom configured

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  22. @Jay Weldy:
    Hi, I played around with that great appliance (thanks sshaw) and run in the issue with the default store size, too. Imho it makes no sense to play around with the default store, just create a new one. Ifolder does some kind of load balancing and fills the store with more space.
    So, in a VM create a new disk in the size you need, format it, mount it and you can add it as 2nd store
    Here is a short howto for guys like me who are not very well educated in linux.
    Linuxguys, forgive me for my trival howto, everything is so clear when using linux every day;-)
    I suggest to install joe as editor, which uses the old turbo pascal editor commands, I am not happy with vi

    Howto starts here:
    in the linux console:
    create mountpoint (cd /mnt mkdir sdb1 (ie)) (sdb1 is a synonym for the new disk)
    do an fdisk
    mke2fs -j /dev/sdb1
    mount -rw /dev/sdb1 /mnt/sdb1
    change the owner typing chown wwwrun /mnt/sdb1
    change the group with chgrp www /mnt/sdb1

    add the newly created device to /etc/fstab, that means, edit /etc/fstab and add the line:
    /dev/sdb1 /mnt/sdb1 default 0 0
    this is to mount the new disk every time the system starts

    in the admin tool of ifolder, create a new datastore.

    I am not sure whether Ifolder is designed for doing some backup in the way you want, no idea how to restore a single accidently deleted file. Of course you can recreate the whole iFolder from the backup, but if the other users will be happy when they are back in time, I am not sure about.
    If you need this backup feature, there is a software Attix5 which does excatly what you need, but this is definitely not freeware. I think, Ifolder is good for backing up data to protect against hardware loss, but not to keep versions of file or protect single files.

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  23. @gerhard:
    Thanks for this write up, I’m very illiterate in linux. For test purposes I created an additional 15 gb drive in the vm setup. I cmd into ifolder appliance and do a format but system says that it doesn’t exist. I use ‘grep sda /proc/partitions’ to check and it’s not showing, even though the appliance shows it connected. I know I’m being a pain in the @*S to everyone here, but could you outline the steps to creating the drive and formatting to the point where you start your howto above? Again I apologize for all the questions and am sincerely grateful for everyones help.

    ( As for the backup plan I’m trying to initiate: I use VM Fusion with automatic snapshots every night. If a user “loses” a file I plan to copy the vm image and snapshot over to another mac pro and start it locally. At that point I can pull the lost file and just upload by the web interface into the users folder for recovery.) The live system remains on line.

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    1. @jay don’t worry about it. That’s what we are here for. If we didn’t want to help we wouldn’t reply. Granted I’m not sure that I’ve done much to help out. So, that’s to @Gerhard.

      @jay I think you can use yast and the partitioner to set that up. All you have to do is run yast from the console and then just look through menus for the partitioner.

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  24. Hi all and thanks again & again. I used yast and now have an additional volume “dev/sdb1” that looks(?) like it’s mounting at boot. (Yeah!) I tried going back to the cmd line and doing the ownerships & groups but it says that /dev/sdb1 is not a valid file or folder.
    So, I guess my next question is when I go to add the new datastore, I’m adding it as /var/sdb1
    but it says thats not a valid path.
    Thanks again.
    Jay

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  25. @jay you don’t use /dev/sdb1, but what’s called the mount point. When you set it up in yast did you give it a mount point? ie, /var/ifolder/datastore2?

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  26. @sshaw, okay…..I went back through and got it set up with your recommendation of yast then went back to gerhards howto and skipped everything before the permissions. Then I went in and added the new datastore as /sdb1 and got an additional 18.8 GB of storage! Which I’d expect for a 20 gig addition.
    I REALLY APPRECIATE everyones help to me in this BIG learning experience.
    I’m sure I’m seriously behind the learning curve with this but would it be of help (to others) if I created a “How-To” combining gerhards how to and your help, and sent it to you in a PDF format?

    Thanks to all,
    Jay

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  27. @Jay I imagine that it would be very much appreciated by many. I would take yours and others and try to compile it all down into just a copy howto/help guides. Maybe I should include them on the image as well the next time I build it.

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  28. I will start working on it tonight! I’ll email asap when finished.
    Thanks again all.
    J

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  29. I downloaded the xen image of iFolder but am unable to boot from it.
    Is there a website/blog where instructions on how to boot this have been posted?

    [root@me ~]# bunzip2 -c iFolder_XEN_Server.i686-0.0.9.xen.tar.bz2 | tar -xvf –
    iFolder_XEN_Server-0.0.9/
    iFolder_XEN_Server-0.0.9/iFolder_XEN_Server.i686-0.0.9.xenconfig
    iFolder_XEN_Server-0.0.9/iFolder_XEN_Server.i686-0.0.9.raw

    [root@me ~]# cd iFolder_XEN_Server-0.0.9/
    [root@me iFolder_XEN_Server-0.0.9]# xm create -c iFolder_XEN_Server.i686-0.0.9.xenconfig
    Using config file “./iFolder_XEN_Server.i686-0.0.9.xenconfig”.
    Error: No kernel specified
    [root@me iFolder_XEN_Server-0.0.9]# ls
    iFolder_XEN_Server.i686-0.0.9.raw iFolder_XEN_Server.i686-0.0.9.xenconfig

    [root@me iFolder_XEN_Server-0.0.9]# cat iFolder_XEN_Server.i686-0.0.9.xenconfig
    # -*- mode: python; -*-
    name=”iFolder_XEN_Server”
    memory=512
    disk=[ “tap:aio:iFolder_XEN_Server.i686-0.0.9.raw,xvda,w” ]
    vif=[ “bridge=xenbr0” ]

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  30. I finally have a windows xp client connected to my ifolder server. I was getting the “Server too old” message. I re-ran the BuildiFolder.sh routine and noticed that the Public URL is defaulted to https but the How To specifies http, so I was changing it to match the How To. This time I accepted the default and now my client connects. I’m now going to try and setup ldap according to the link in post 34.

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  31. Hi,
    what are the exact commands for starting and stopping the ifolder services, not using the init.d/apache commands? – I would like to schedule the start and stop for these services (as the server itself is automatically started and stopped as a VM). Thanks,
    regards, Mike

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  32. Has anyone been able to get this Vmware image working in Vmware Vsphere (ESXi 4)?

    Vmware convertor doesn’t like the disk format, and refuses to convert it

    regards,
    Stijn

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  33. Hello all,

    I have windows clients setup and working inside our firewall but can’t seem to get a windows client from the outside to connect. I can however get to the iFolder Administration web interface from the outside. I’ve checked with a cisco engineer and everything appears to be setup correctly on the ASA 5510. Does anyone have any ideas as to what I have configured incorrectly?

    Thanks in advance,
    Gary

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  34. Got it to work on ESXi4, i used the 64 it version, that seemed to work

    I also got the earlier mentioned problem, can’t change the admin password.

    And second issue i just noticed, ifolder passphrase is set to my ifolder
    yet i can download the files from the ifolder webpage, without giving my passphrase, and the files are fully readable… So it looks like although the client asks and set’s the passphrase, the files aren’t encrypted at all.

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  35. Hi Gary,

    I believe you only need to forward the http and https ports (80 and 443) for the client to work. That’s all I’ve ever had to do.

    — Vince

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  36. I really want to thank everyone involved in this project, and in this forum, as I have been learning from you all.

    What I want to do is to install the VMWare tools into this appliance. The reason being my intention is to run this appliance on a computer with a Drobo attached. Thus, being able to easily set up a volume on the native OS, as a shared folder, with the guest OS.

    However, if this task is more easily answered in another forum, then please point me in that direction, and I will happily continue my search for answers. *grin*

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  37. I must be blind what is the root username and password?

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  38. @Daniel root and ifolder I believe. There is another blog article about how to install it that should have it.

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  39. Hi, thanks for your time and hard work in building Ifolder Appliance. I have it installed and running as a guest in my esx server, and I can log in and use the web interface for both admin and user. However, even though I have the client plugins installed, I can not find a link to download the clients. I am sure that I have messed something up or am going blind Can anyone point me to where I would find the link to download the clients?

    Thanks,

    Mark

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  40. Hello,

    I’ve created with lvm a volumegroup from 60GB. I added the datastore via the webinterface but I can’t delete the data store’s I created, I checked the rights on the folder w(ww and wwwrun) but I can’t remove the test data stores… How can I delete them?
    Tnx for the good work!

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  41. Hi, thanks for your hard working, I import with ESX4i, everything works, except
    1 No link to download the clients.
    2 Can’t change the password for admin.
    Even I upgrade it to ifolder3.8 still same issue.

    Thanks

    XiDou

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  42. I am at my wit’s end..

    I have the appliance up and running. Everything is working wonderfully! Except that I am trying to create an additional data store and cannot get it to work properly. Any help would be MUCH appreciated!

    I have followed the steps listed above…

    “Howto starts here:
    in the linux console:
    create mountpoint (cd /mnt mkdir sdb1 (ie)) (sdb1 is a synonym for the new disk)
    do an fdisk
    mke2fs -j /dev/sdb1
    mount -rw /dev/sdb1 /mnt/sdb1
    change the owner typing chown wwwrun /mnt/sdb1
    change the group with chgrp www /mnt/sdb1
    add the newly created device to /etc/fstab, that means, edit /etc/fstab and add the line:
    /dev/sdb1 /mnt/sdb1 default 0 0
    this is to mount the new disk every time the system starts”

    Everything seems to go correctly.. I assign it as a new datastore in the admin console and the console lists the additional datastore along with the correct free space… But it wont write to it….

    When I sync an ifolder, the first datastore free space decreases until it hits 0 and then it starts over.. The second (New) Datastore freespace never changes and it appears as though it isn’t being used.

    I have tried all sorts of permission settings and have confirmed that my new volume is mounted and the permissions are set to wwwrun and http://www...

    I have followed the instructions above over and over with fresh installs and cannot get to a point where the new data store is getting data written to it.. Please help!

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  43. I still have the same problem with my data store, just like ssigrist.
    I added the data store via the admin webinterface, I set the path correct and also the 50GB I provided are being recognized. When I uploaded an iso file from 4GB, it still being saved in the default data store….
    How can I change my setup that all userdata is kept in the other data store I provided (50GB)?

    Tnx!

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  44. Can you upgrade the appliance to the new ifolder 3.8?

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  45. I FIGURED IT OUT!!! Of all things, your DataStore name cannot have SPACES!!!

    If I use the process written in my previous post and just make sure I do not include spaces in the Datastor name… Everything works like a charm!…

    These kinds of things make life so frustrating!!

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  46. I have deployed the appliance on vmware vSphere 4, and are trying to use the LDAP up against Microsoft AD. However when trying to connect to the webinterface of the server i just get an error stating:

    “Please re-enter your username and password”

    What am i doing wrong?

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  47. I get a 404 error on the Vmware images. Have they been moved?

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  48. Thank you for fixing the vmx download. 🙂

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  49. Hi,
    Does anybody know why the /simias10 url doesn’t work. I’ve noticed this in every test install I’ve done and hoped it would work in this image. I have done this install as described on this site.

    Rgds,

    Randy

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  50. Hi, im trying to resize the xen image.
    but this is not working.
    As far as i do an filesystem check on the raw file,
    i get an error.
    Bad magic number in super-block while trying to open ./iFolder_XEN_Server.i686-0.0.9.raw

    hot to resize or fix this issue?

    thanks,
    Julian

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  51. If you install the 64-bit version it’s opt/lib64/… but I skipped that because it wasn’t clear exactly what to delete. I think you should rectify this, but in any case, even without the Errata thing, it works fine.

    I just followed the instructions to the letter. Didn’t try to get ‘clever’ and it works inside and outside of the firewall.

    Good advice is never try to update the OS until Novell is sold and someone else takes over SuSE. We dumped everything Novell because their patches ALWAYS trash something on the server and their support SUCKS.

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  52. I just can’t believe how bad SuSE Linux has become and how flaky iFolder has become either.

    I installed the VMware appliance, followed the steps in the documentation made NO changes and it worked 100%

    Then BIG MISTAKE, we had to down all the Guest Machines to add more memory to the ESX Server and then reboot.

    After reloading the iFolder server I can’t even login as admin, it’s f****d.

    This is EXACTLY what happened when I installed iFolder on a Novell SuSE 10.2 OES2 Server and TWO so-called Novell development technicians from India, couldn’t fix it either. Just re-install it, I was told, you must have done something wrong!

    You install, configure, it works, but all you need to do is stare at it and it STOPS working. People bad-mouth Microsoft HAH, they aren’t on the same planet as Novell and it’s products.

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    1. @Henry. really sorry to hear that you are having problems with the appliance… I’m still working on trying to improve it. As soon as this semester is over I’m hoping to rev it with tons of new things as well as improvements. Although I work at Novell, it not related to my job, but find ifolder interesting and like playing around with it in my spare time.

      Just wondering about what went wrong. I’m assuming you assigned a static address to the machine? It sadly might be a case of restarting apache.

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  53. Loaded the appliance, followed the hot to instructions, but struggling to login into admin interface. Get The username or password you enterd is incorrect. Please log in. rerun last script tried putting in different usaernam and password no errors reported but still could not login in. tried restarting apache and running scrpit again and no luck please help.

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  54. I installed the 64-bit VMware appliance (eventually). I can connect from inside and outside of the firewall with a browser. I can connect from INSIDE the firewall with the Client, but I cannot connect with the Client from OUSIDE of the firewall.

    Ports 443 and 80 are open on the firewall.

    A colleague installed the 32-bit appliance and found : –

    To configure your system to use a specific port:

    1.Configure your firewall to allow traffic for the port you want to use for iFolder traffic.
    2.Stop the iFolder client by right-clicking the iFolder icon, then selecting Exit.
    3.Modify the xspport.cfg file by adding the Web Service Port Range parameter to the Service Manager section.

    a.Replace monoxsp_port with a port number:

    a.Specify a value of a single four-digit port number (such as 1234) to use a single static port. For example:

    4.Start the iFolder client.

    It doesn’t work on my 64-bit version.

    Any ideas?

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  55. BTW – One other thing. The VMware appliance needs a VMware Client, but it doesn’t seem to have the compiler and the libraries installed in the appliance.

    Having said that, I’m now sure if you CAN install the VMware Client on SuSE 11. Last time I looked (about 6 months ago), it wouldn’t compile because the versions of the libraries were incorrect

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  56. Has anyone had success in upgrading the appliance to iFolder 3.8. I can’t seem to get it to work. I have had no, repeat no issues with the VM x64. We’ve added a data store, LDAP lookup into AD (here’s a hint on that, instead of CN, use samaccountname). The only feature that I can’t get working is secondary admins, and that looks like an issue with 3.7, not the appliance. Thank you so much for your work. Our global company depends on iFolder’s for our remote notebook users. It’s made our workstation staff look like rock stars on more then one occasion.

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  57. Everything works great… I added an additional datastore and am sync-ing client data right now. My only question is how to make apache2 automatically start on bootup? Thanks!

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  58. can you please explain to me, or point me in the right direction, on how to use the disk image (.raw file?) version?

    i have an older server that cannot run vmware but i’d like to dedicate it as an ifolder server. the live cd works great but i’d like to get this bad boy onto a hard drive. please help.

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  59. maybe something for the next update: a GUI.
    That makes it a lot easier. It may be a lot of work to make a program for this (i don’t know, i never made one) but afterwards, ifolder will be as simple as you can imagine!!

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  60. Can someone help me? I’ve installed the appliance fine and ifolder is working correctly. I’ve been asked to work out how to set ifolder permissions using groups and it’s lead me to using LDAP. Currently got ifolder setup using SSL and I cannot find a guide or tutorial to tell me how to setup LDAP on an existing ifolder with SSL. Can someone help me out? Thanks

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  61. do you have any plans on an appliance for 3.8?

    how about a version model relative to the ifolder release?
    iFolder-appliance-3.7.0095
    iFolder-appliance-3.8.0042

    best,
    dan

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    1. I do and actually started it. Sadly with school work and family I’ve been a bit distracted. As for the versioning that’s not a bad idea

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  62. Whats the default user and password? there’s noone to configure on the vmware machine

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  63. Hi, I downloaded the applicance and deployed for testing on my PC with VMware Server 2.0. I then followed your check list for configuration, so was able to login as admin and created few users, but when tryed to access the https://myip/ifolder url the created user accounts, I received many errors, I think dued to incompatibilities between application code and Mono version. I was wondering if you had same problems and what has to be done to fix the code available with this version of the appliance.
    Regards,
    Mygor

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  64. I want to use an external file system on nfs for the data store, but when I try to mount it I got the following error: “mount: wrong fs type, bad option”
    Could it be that nfs support is not include in the appliance???
    Thanks

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    1. its possible, but nothing a simple install of a couple packages can’t fix. I’d suggest using ‘yast’ to install it by going to the nfs client module. It should offer to install all needed packages.

      Even though its an appliance you still have access to all of the packages a regular install would have access to.

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  65. The URL are broken for Ifolders

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  66. It would be nice to see a new VM built with ifolder 3.8

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  67. Hi, your URL’s for the iFolder Applicances are all broken. Can these be repaired please?

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  68. Appliance has expired
    Sorry, the appliance you are trying to download has expired. You may want to contact the appliance creator to rebuild his appliance and provide you with the new download link.

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  69. My apologies on the links. It seems like when they moved to the new suse gallery that those links stayed valid and these expired. Here is a link to the gallery page:
    http://susegallery.com/a/0DX6Wk/ifolder-server

    For those that are interested in testing my new appliance which is based on a newer version of ifolder, mono, openSUSE, and all the goodies that come with that here is a link to that appliance:

    http://susegallery.com/a/0DX6Wk/ifolder-server-alpha

    If you give a go, please let me know of any problems so that I can fix them. The alpha in the url/appliance name refers to the appliance release and not the software itself

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  70. Hi, the URL’s are still broken, or broken again. Can you fix these links?

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  71. Hello, is there anyone that is still maintaining this? I am very much interested in deploying iFolder in my environment.  Thanks! 

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  72. If you are looking for new or used appliances you should always check at velmasamazingdeals.com for the highest amount of options for the lowest price known!!!

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