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Ubuntu server install manager service not starting


#1

I decided to try the Ubuntu server edition of Manager. I followed the guide,everything appeared to go smoothly. I try to access manager via web browser and all i get is “Unable to connect” in Firefox. I done a service --status-all in terminal and Manager service does not appear to be starting or even in the list. I don’t get any errors on boot up. I don’t really have much to start trouble shooting with. Any tips or advice? I’m starting to think i’m in way over my head with this type of software. Ubuntu server 18.04.1LTS


#2

Try Centos7 instead. Works great. https://forum.manager.io/t/centos7-cheat-sheet

But if you are not familiar with managing servers, restoring, security, etc… I recommend you go with the cloud edition.


#3

What happens when you launch the software directly like this?

mono ManagerServer.exe


#4

I get a window to change the port or path and a couple of examples. I did see the service on boot,it showed ok but won’t start.


#5

This is what i got.

Manager Server [Version 19.1.6]
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Syntax:

mono ManagerServer.exe [options]

Options:

-port [number]     Set port on which HTTP server should listen on.
-path [directory]  Set directory where Manager should look for data.

Examples:

mono ManagerServer.exe 
mono ManagerServer.exe -port 80
mono ManagerServer.exe -port 80 -path "/home/kent/.local/share/Manager"

[12:31:42 AM] TypeInitializationException: The type initializer for ‘SQLite.SQLiteConnection’ threw an exception.


#6

It looks like you are using x86 Ubuntu. You need to use x64 Ubuntu.


#7

Ok,so i need 64bit ubuntu instead of 32bit? I’ll give it a try.


#8

Yes, unfortunately Manager supports only 64-bit Linux. There is a way to make it run on 32-bit Linux but I don’t think it’s worth the effort.


#9

Greetings all,
I just wanted to report back that indeed my server was 32 bit. I honestly thought it was 64 bit since it just updated the the latest version. After the upgrade to 64 bit, Manager installed without a hitch. Lubos, thank you for your help and please accept my apologies for such a glaring oversight on my part. Looking forward to using Manager!