SOLVED: There are no applications available at this time.

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Re: There are no applications available at this time.

Postby bigfoot65 » Tue Apr 25, 2017 1:27 pm

Would be nice to know what the root cause was for this issue.
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Re: SOLVED: There are no applications available at this time.

Postby cpg » Tue Apr 25, 2017 1:44 pm

I went in via TeamViewer, however, what I found was puzzling.

Things were running (seemingly ok) after the reboot prior to me going in via TeamViewer+putty. However, the system could not contact the amahi.org api for some reason.

In an attempt to figure things out, I tried to systemctl restart hda-ctl. This was not working because rsyslog was not present. So I killed it.

In an attempt to start hda-ctl service, I installed rsyslog. This would then allow me to start hda-ctl and everything worked. It's possible that hda-ctl would run (how was it started??) but silently fail to contact the api if rsyslog was not there. The errors would have been sent via rsyslog, so it's not surprising to not see it, but there was no exception/crash in execution.

I could not debug further. I have no idea how hda-ctl could be started after a reboot with a missing systemctl dependency missing.
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Re: SOLVED: There are no applications available at this time.

Postby bigfoot65 » Tue Apr 25, 2017 5:14 pm

Thanks for closing the loop on this one.
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