After a recent upgrade to Debian Stretch, my OpenVPN server stopped working. Checking the relevant log file, /var/log/openvpn.log, I found the following not very helpful error message.
Fri Nov 23 16:46:37 2018 OpenVPN 2.4.0 x86_64-pc-linux-gnu [SSL (OpenSSL)] [LZO] [LZ4] [EPOLL] [PKCS11] [MH/PKTINFO] [AEAD] built on Jul 18 2017
Fri Nov 23 16:46:37 2018 library versions: OpenSSL 1.0.2l 25 May 2017, LZO 2.08
Fri Nov 23 16:46:37 2018 daemon() failed or unsupported: Resource temporarily unavailable (errno=11)
Fri Nov 23 16:46:37 2018 Exiting due to fatal error
Fortunately, someone already reported this error to debian and found out that the error is caused by the
in the /lib/systemd/system/openvpn@.service. The LimintNPROC directive in systemd is used to limit the number of forks a service is allowed to make. Removing this limit, might not be the best idea. So, I would suggest that instead of commenting it out, to find out the minimal value that allows OpenVPN to start and work. After some testing, I found that the minimal value that worked for me is
After editing the /lib/systemd/system/openvpn@.service, you need to reload the systemd service files and restart the OpenVPN server process.
I tried testing my software raid (mdadm) setup by removing one of the disks. When I tried to boot the degraded system, the system hanged displaying a purple screen. If I try booting the system in recovery mode, I get the following error:
Next, when trying to actually use the Citrix Receiver to launch any apps, I’ve encountered the following error:
Contact your help desk with the following information:
You have not chosen to trust "AddTrust External CA Root", the
issuer of the server's security certificate (SSL error 61)
In my case the missing root certificate was Comodo’s AddTrust External CA Root, depending on the certificate used by the server you’re trying to connect to, you may miss some other root certificate. Now you can either download the certificate from Comodo, or use the one in /usr/share/ca-certificates/mozilla/AddTrust_External_Root.crt (they are the same). Either way, you should copy the certificate to the icaclient certificate directory:
Sadly, there are occasions where I can’t use my beloved Gmail account and have to use Outlook to connected to a corporate Exchange servers. Due to Exchange inability to efficiently operate with large mailboxes (at least that what the tech support there tells me), I have to resort to so move messages to a local PST. However, some time a go I’ve started encountering the following error whenever I’ve tried moving messages into a PST file:
Cannot move the items. The item cannot be move. It was either already moved or deleted, or access was denied.
I’ve tried changing permissions, moving my PST around, repairing it with some tools that comes bundled with Office (I read somewhere that such error can be caused by corrupted PST files), and even tried creating a new PST. But, alas, the not so helpful message just wouldn’t get a way. Continue reading Annoying Outlook Error
This is mainly a note to myself. Sometimes when the X server is restart it complains that nvidia driver couldn’t be initialized and that no screens were found. This may be a result of a version mismatch between X11’s and the kernel’s nvidia module. The solution is to
I’m using LyX for the first time with Beamer. Making the title page was smooth. But when I’ve tried adding a new frame (using BeginFrame) I was confronted with the following error
The control sequence at the end of the top line
of your error message was never \def'ed. If you have
misspelled it (e.g., `\hobx'), type `I' and the correct
spelling (e.g., `I\hbox'). Otherwise just continue,
and I'll forget about whatever was undefined.
After comparing my document to example (working) beamer documents I’ve found out that you must have an EndFrame command after your last frame. Too bad it wasn’t documented anywhere I’ve found as this little thing drove me crazy.
I’ve installed acpid on my system some time ago (Gentoo package: sys-power/acpid. However each time I tried to start it it complained:
acpid: can't open /proc/acpi/event: No such file or directory
Apparently acpid requires you to enable ACPI_PROC_EVENT, which in it’s labels states “Deprecated /proc/acpi/event support”. I really wonder why such tool only support the deprecated way to receive the ACPI events.