ERA - New Task - Configuration Task (Problem on Linux)

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  1. nooS

    nooS Registered Member

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    Hi All,

    Does Anyone encounter problem on trying to apply configuration via ERA Console to Ubuntu with the followings steps instead of Policy Manager?

    1. Right Click on the Ubuntu Client -> Properties
    2. Configuration Tab and Save as the Configuration file
    3. Make some changes to the configuration file
    4. New Task - Configuration Task -> Select -> the modified configuration
    5. Apply and the esets_daemon crashed
    6. Require to restore the esets.cfg in order to make it working. :doubt:

    Thanks,
    nooS
     
  2. DrewD

    DrewD Eset Staff Account

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    Hi please let us know which versions of the ESET ERA, and ESET NOD32 for linux you are using, and what type of configuration changes you are making.
     
  3. nooS

    nooS Registered Member

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    Hi DrewD,

    ERA - 4.0.136.0
    Linux File Security - Product Version 3.0.20
    Linux Production 2.6.32-24-generic #39-Ubuntu SMP Wed Jul 28 06:07:29 UTC 2010 i686 GNU/Linux

    Changes Made - ERA Updates Authentication - BASIC, perform the inputting of username and password to the <Update> and push to server instead of using Policy Manager.
     
  4. tony_m

    tony_m Eset Staff Account

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    Hi nooS,

    I was able to replicate the issue here. I've reported it to the development team.

    Thanks,

    -tony
     
  5. tony_m

    tony_m Eset Staff Account

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    The bug was confirmed.

    You need to uncomment (#) the line which gave you the error (mine was line 441 -> "quarantine_dir").

    After doing that, you'll be able to restart esets_daemon.

    Thank you,

    -tony
     
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