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  • #31
    Edit:

    Removed - Found other thread talking about what I posted
    Last edited by N485TG; 08-15-2013, 02:00 AM.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by the whaler View Post
      Hi James and others who might encounter problems.

      Final recap of the steps taken for setting up the server for Ubuntu.
      In this case I downloaded the file "fsd-ubuntu-120413.tar.bz2" from the download section.

      I opened the file with WinRar and copied the directory .\fsd-ubuntu directly to a shared drive on the linux server (/tmp).
      With a Putty session I then moved this to the designated home dir of the fsd user I setup on that linux machine (and logged in as that user using su to be superuser).

      I than changeddir to /home/fsd/fsd-ubuntu/fsd to compile the code for this particular Ubuntu setup (i use version 12.04 at the moment).
      Code:
      $ make clean
      $ make
      then gave a lot of work done and the end result was copied automatically within /home/fsd/fsd-ubuntu/unix so there was a fresh fsd server setup.
      As I use /home/fsd/unix for my native server that is where I then copied the contents from the freshly created server.

      Adjusting fsd.conf and cert.txt for the login and setup information and I was up and running.
      I hope this can help others as well. Any error messages during the compilation can be addressed in this forum or any other Linux forum for that matter, but James is a great help.

      And to finalize I used the script fsd-service also in the download session to now start and stop the server
      Code:
      sudo service fsd-service start 
      sudo service fsd-service stop
      Lex

      I've now tried several times to get this to work but get the same 'deprecated' messages as you did previously. I've done the following:

      - uploaded contents of fsd-ubuntu to the relevant user's <home-directory>/fsd-server
      - in PUTTY, navigated to <home-directory>/fsd-server/fsd
      - ran:

      Code:
      $ make clean
      $ make
      At that point, then got the huge list of errors... Any pointers on how to get past these?


      EDIT: Server is running Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS (GNU/Linux 3.5.0-23-generic x86_64)
      Last edited by Trevor Hannant; 11-10-2013, 10:09 AM.

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      • #33
        Hi Trevor.
        Most likely your error messages are related to c++ compiling errors which means c++ is not installed within your ubuntu installation.
        I think somewhere in this thread or a previous one, there's also an explenation from James for installing the necessary packages for that.
        Otherwise can you copy at least one or 2 of the messages?
        Lex

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        • #34
          Here's a list of the compilers currently installed:

          Code:
          ii  g++                                  4:4.6.3-1ubuntu5                      GNU C++ compiler
          ii  g++-4.6                              4.6.3-1ubuntu5                        GNU C++ compiler
          ii  gcc                                  4:4.6.3-1ubuntu5                      GNU C compiler
          ii  gcc-4.4                              4.4.7-1ubuntu2                        GNU C compiler
          ii  gcc-4.6                              4.6.3-1ubuntu5                        GNU C compiler
          ii  gcc-4.6-multilib                     4.6.3-1ubuntu5                        GNU C compiler (multilib files)
          ii  gcc-multilib                         4:4.6.3-1ubuntu5                      GNU C compiler (multilib files)
          ii  libecj-java                          3.5.1-3                               Eclipse Java compiler (library)

          Currently trying again with a mate taking a look also now. Any problems running this on a 64-bit machine?

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          • #35
            Managed to get it up and running but now getting Buffer Overflow errors - will post on the appropriate thread.

            Thanks!

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            • #36
              please help me to find reason of this error .
              some time just FSD froze and in log seen this error interface:write error.
              after several seconds continue working good.

              Hello Any news some one can help me ?


              04-11-115 17:08:23 VFS: Connection accepted from 777.777.777.777 on client interface
              04-11-115 17:17:51 VFS: client from hostname.ru removed from client interface:write error
              04-11-115 17:17:51 VFS: client from 777.777.777.777 removed from client interface:write error
              04-11-115 17:17:51 VFS: client from 777.777.777.777 removed from client interface:write error
              04-11-115 17:17:51 VFS: client from 777.777.777.777 removed from client interface:write error
              04-11-115 17:17:51 VFS: client from 777.777.777.777 removed from client interface:write error
              04-11-115 17:17:51 VFS: Connection accepted from 777.777.777.777 on client interface
              04-11-115 17:17:51 VFS: client from 777.777.777.777 removed from client interface:closed on command
              04-11-115 17:17:51 VFS: client from 777.777.777.777 removed from client interface:write error
              04-11-115 17:17:51 VFS: client from hostname.ru removed from client interface:write error
              04-11-115 17:17:51 VFS: client from hostname.ru removed from client interface:write error
              04-11-115 17:17:51 VFS: client from hostname.ru removed from client interface:write error
              04-11-115 17:17:51 VFS: client from 777.777.777.777 removed from client interface:write error
              04-11-115 17:17:51 VFS: client from 777.777.777.777 removed from client interface:write error
              04-11-115 17:17:51 VFS: Connection accepted from 777.777.777.777 on client interface
              Last edited by evgenyfr; 06-04-2018, 02:44 PM.

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