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Hello, I installed the Free Version of Valentina Server on an Ubuntu 12.04.4 server, then I started it.

Until there all seems to be ok, i don't have any error messages, but I don't find the INI file nor the master DB which are supposed to be created after launching the server.

I tried to unistall and install again but it didn't change anything.

Am I missing something ? How can i know that the installation is complete or not ?

I used this command to install the server : sudo dpkg -i /home/vserver_x64_6_lin.deb, is it the good one ?

Regards.
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Sergey Pashkov Accepted Answer
Hello, Miquel

Right, VServer can be installed using dpkg.

It is installed into /opt/VServer.

Normally it starts automatically.

Start and stop can be done via service command, for example:
sudo service vserver start

At start a log file should be created in the folder
/opt/VServer/vlogs

That's what you should see in the log file, if installation was successful.


2016-03-24 19:56:53.681344 (TID 140045277772032): Database engine inited

/*************************************************************************************/
2016-03-24 19:56:53.686440 vserver (Type x64, Server 6.3.5, Kernel 6.3.5 )
vKernel is externally-synched type.
SQLite lib version: 3.9.1

Maximum number of Valentina connections: 1
Maximum number of Sqlite connections: 1
Maximum number of REST connections: 1

WARNING: Owner name and email are missing in the INI file. It is highly recommended to fill this in to let the Valentina team contact you in case the server crashes.
2016-03-24 19:56:56.966793 (TID 140045277772032): ERROR: Cannot initialize bonjour service (error code 2198d)
2016-03-24 19:56:59.968844 (TID 140045277772032): ERROR: Cannot initialize bonjour service (error code 2198d)
2016-03-24 19:57:02.977533 (TID 140045277772032): ERROR: Cannot initialize bonjour service (error code 2198d)
2016-03-24 19:57:05.980847 (TID 140045277772032): ERROR: Cannot initialize bonjour service (error code 2198d)

2016-03-24 19:57:05.981046 (TID 140045277772032): VProject facilities are available
2016-03-24 19:57:05.981066 (TID 140045277772032): Server started

2016-03-24 19:57:05.981085 (TID 140045277772032): Valentina Non-secure port: 15432
2016-03-24 19:57:05.981097 (TID 140045277772032): Valentina SSL port: 15434

2016-03-24 19:57:05.981115 (TID 140045277772032): Sqlite port: 15532
2016-03-24 19:57:05.981126 (TID 140045277772032): Sqlite SSL port: 15534

2016-03-24 19:57:05.981144 (TID 140045277772032): SNMP port: 15161
2016-03-24 19:57:05.981270 (TID 140045277772032): Notification port: 15436


2016-03-24 19:57:05.981346 (TID 140045277772032): WARNING: Not found any valid license.
vServer is still working though (single connection allowed).
You need to get a FREE license with 5 Valentina DB, 10 SQLite, and 10 REST connections
OR purchase a license with more connections at Paradigma Store <http://www.valentina-db.com/en/store>;.
You will get your license file by email. Drop it into licenses folder and start server.
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MIQUEL Accepted Answer
Hello Sergey, thanks for your answer. :)

I don't have any vlogs folder in /opt/VServer.
I tried to create one manually and to restart VServer but the folder is still empty.

I found this in the documentation :

"After installation, you can be interested in the following items of Valentina Server folder:

.ini file.
.log file.
folder “Databases”, where “MasterDb.vdb” database is located.
folder “Projects”, where Valentina Project file(s) is located.
folder “Licenses” where you may add/remove some license files."

None of these folders/files are present in my VServer folder.

Can they be located elsewhere ?
Or does it mean that the installation is not complete ?
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Sergey Pashkov Accepted Answer
Something is wrong.
I'll install Ubuntu 12.04 and recheck.

You can also try to run it manually:
sudo /opt/VServer/vserver

Maybe some error will be printed?
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That was a great idea ;)

First i got this message : /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/libstdc++.so.6: version `GLIBCXX_3.4.19' not found

Then i installed gcc 4.8, re-run sudo /opt/VServer/vserver, and all the folders/files appeared.

Thanks a lot !
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