Openfire Activation Service Failed

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  1. fhblack

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    I've tried this on two seperate installs, I click the IM tab and get the option to "The Openfire service is not active at this moment. If you want to activate it please". After a while it times out. What could be going wrong?
     
  2. kinglyr

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    I have the same problem with elastix 1.5.2-2 (the 64bit version) on a Intel D945GCLF2 motherboard with onboard atom 1.6GHz CPU/512MB RAM
    I try to activate the IM (i.e. OPENFIRE) module and after a while it says "network error - this document does not contain any contents" (something like connection timeout)
    If i press reload it gives me the page to active the IM Service so if i press again "ACTIVATE" it shows me the same error :-(((
    Why this is happening?

    (Just to let you know that on another machine i.e. Tualantin@1.3GHz the OPENFIRE IM module from 32bit Elastix v1.5.2 is working fine.

    Regards,

    John
     
  3. kinglyr

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    Oups!!!
    after installing the BIND service by running the command "yum
     
  4. kinglyr

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    The same thing happens today on elastix v2.0 RC2 on x86_64.

    and if you try to do "yum update" you get the following:

    --> Finished Dependency Resolution
    elastix-2.0.0-22.noarch from elastix-updates has depsolving problems
    --> Missing Dependency: openfire is needed by package elastix-2.0.0-22.noarch (elastix-updates)
    Error: Missing Dependency: openfire is needed by package elastix-2.0.0-22.noarch (elastix-updates)
    You could try using --skip-broken to work around the problem
    You could try running: package-cleanup --problems
    package-cleanup --dupes
    rpm -Va --nofiles --nodigest
    The program package-cleanup is found in the yum-utils package.
     

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