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  1. #11

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    The installation is on an USB-Stick, there is no VM. The webgui screen is blank and no errors or red mark.

  2. #12

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    I also have the same Problem.
    The installation is on a local HDD and the console works very well.
    I can Ping the Server but if I try to connect on the webgui with https, it only shows a blank screen after accepting the certificat. (Firefox and IE)

  3. #13

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    Try "Restore default network settings" in the console screen enter (ALT+CTRL+I), this will place the default back to 192.168.0.220 then enter in the Gateway and DNS settings by entering CTRL + ALT + N for the eth0. Then reboot the system CTRL + ALT + K "System restart" to see if this helps.

    If this does not work try downloading the DSS Demo-CD from link below and let us know if this happens with the Demo-CD version of DSS.

    http://www.open-e.com/data_storage_s...l_cd_downloads
    All the best,

    Todd Maxwell


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  4. #14

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    I tried your suggestions in the console, but it does not help.
    The DSS Demo-CD and the webgui work very well without any problems.

  5. #15

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    Try reformatting the USB stick and run the executable. If this does not work any possibilities to test the DSS LITE with another system?
    All the best,

    Todd Maxwell


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  6. #16

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    I have the same problem. Internet Explorer,Opera as well as firefox do not work.
    I set the time and created a new certificate - but it does not work.

    IE complains about a wrong certificate and does not display anything.
    The others display a empty pages after accepting the mismatched certificate which is origined from localhost (127.0.0.1).

    Maybe a lead to follow up for open-e ...

  7. #17
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    And what about time settings - maybe certificate is not valid because different time on your desktop and on DSS ?

  8. #18

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    same problem here

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    I have the same problem. Internet Explorer,Opera as well as firefox do not work.
    I set the time and created a new certificate - but it does not work.

    The others display a empty pages after accepting the mismatched certificate which is origined from localhost (127.0.0.1).

    i've tested on several system in two different networks.

    gerd

    ps. I had reformatted the USB stick and run the executable again - no result

  9. #19

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    gerdpaul & eblatt,

    Could you both send the changes.img (\devdrtm\changes.imgfile) to the ftp location that was emailed to you.

    We would like to analyze this. This file size is around 28MB.
    All the best,

    Todd Maxwell


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  10. #20

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    Uploaded.

    Best Regards

    EBlatt

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