[Freedombox-discuss] ejabberd is not running

Strathy strathgowan at gmail.com
Tue Mar 29 12:42:13 UTC 2016

Sorry ... I should have added more information.

I'm running Fbx on a Pi2.
I downloaded the 'latest' version for Pi2 from here:
My Plinth version is 0.7.1 ... and does not seem to be updating. Manual
update did not update it either.  Not sure why.

I've looked at the logs as suggested but don't understand everything I'm
seeing there.  Will look at that more later to try to understand.

More on the XMPP problem:

I found out that ejabberd was running and available UNTIL I added a domain
name in the Configuration.  That is when the dot turns red and says
'ejabberd is not running'.

Maybe the domain name needs to be set before installing the Chat Server?

On 27 March 2016 at 04:21, Mikkel Kirkgaard Nielsen <miki at mikini.dk> wrote:

> Hi Strathy.
> On 2016-03-27 03:59, Strathy wrote:
> > Now ejabberd is not running and disabling and reenabling does not
> > start it.
> Inspecting the log is always a good start.
> I can see from previous posts that you already got shell access to the
> fbx. Try issuing "tail /var/log/plinth/status.log" which will give you
> the last 10 lines from the plinth log. Maybe something there can help
> you along. Using "less" you will be able to browse through it in its
> entirety (shift+g to jump to the end).
> Also, it is a good idea to provide as much context as possible for the
> people from who you request help, to avoid too much guesswork.
> What is your platform? Which version of fbx are you using? Are you using
> an official image? How did you install it?
> Regards
> Mikkel
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