Here we go again. I rebuilt two of the HDAs on Fedora 19 with Amahi 7 using new codes. Installed OpenVPN app, installed OpenVPN ALS, configured settings and everything was working one week ago. I could log into each dashboard to ****.yourhda.com and into OpenVPN ALS (Adito) via https://****.yourhda.com. (**** is my dns name.) Now I cannot get into OpenVPN ALS. When I go on the dashboard to Settings > Servers OpenVPN and OpenVPN ALS are stopped. If I click "Restart" on OpenVPN nothing changes. I can restart OpenVPN ALS from the dashboard but when I refresh its status the service is stopped. Apparently it is not restarting.
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systemctl status firstname.lastname@example.org
returns that the service is active but the dashboard still reflects that the service is stopped. I have done
according to this bug https://bugs.amahi.org/issues/1204
and restarted the HDA. The dashboard still shows that the service is stopped if the HDA is restarted do to the fact that permissions are reverted back to 710 (drwx--x--- root:openvpn). Anyone know how to make this permanent? Bigfoot65 has pointed this out on the bug report.
returns "Adito is not running." and
shows no errors on terminal but still get "Adito is not running."
About a week ago, I uninstalled and reinstalled OpenVPN ALS and reconfigured to get it running. Now it is doing this again. If I reinstall it again I can get the service running but I have to reconfigure everything. This is getting old.
Could it be that OpenVPN ALS is failing to restart due to the permisson issue causing the OpenVPN status bug on the dashboard or are the issues unrelated?