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88fingerslukee

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Anybody tell me what's going on here? I get this error every 10 seconds. I can't get any calls to go through. Not sure if they are related:

[28/Dec/2011 09:58:45] operator getty[XXXXX]: ttyS0: tcgetattr: Input/output error

Please help.
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88fingerslukee

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I'm also getting this:

NetworkManager: Failed to open /sys/class/net/eth1/device/vendor
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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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What is your HW configuration?
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88fingerslukee

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Well, I'm using an old tower as a test setup. It's a Dell Dimensions C521 from 2004-ish. I'm working off a single NIC and everything is behind a single NAT Firewall. Anything specific that you'd like to know?

I figured out my call problems and everything works now (got it working with Telephonic), but I'm still getting those errors. From what I can tell they are harmless but I have no idea.

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grazman

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You are not being specific enough with regard to the hardware being used. Look at your linux kernel version and compare that to the ethernet card your system uses. it sounds like it is a simple ethernet driver issue, and would not surprise me due to the age of the (hardware) platform you are running it on. sort of like trying to install linux on an IDE drive only machine these days...

BUT it might simply be a case of: did you rename the ethernet card from ETH1 to something else?
it could also be a permission error, but a log with a more verbose level would show this.
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Walter Huff

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i am getting the same error Operator getty[2833]: ttyS0: tcgetattr: Input/output error Operator 1.2 running in a VM in virtual box and about once a week the system hangs you can get and make calls but if you get a call and try to transfer it to an ext. the caller gets dead air til they hang up.
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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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Walter,

The message about ttyS0 means that you do not have a serial port defined in your VirtualBox machine. When the message "hangs", are you able to log into the administration GUI?

Vladimir
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Walter Huff

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no you cant logon to the admin gui when it hangs
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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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Can you download the support information file from the System Health screen in admin GUI and send it to me at vtoncar [at] kerio [dot] com? The beginning of the file contains a fairly detailed description of the HW, so we can try to reproduce the issue.

Thanks,
Vladimir
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pcunix

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I don't have any serial in my virtual hardware.

Is there any reason NOT to

mount -o remount,rw /
comment out
#ttyS0::respawn:/sbin/getty -L 9600 ttyS0
in /etc/inittab
mount -o remount,ro /
kill -1 1

?

[Updated on: Mon, 16 April 2012 13:45]


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Jakub Zeman (Kerio)

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Hi,

disable ttyS0 in /etc/inettab might help.

Jakub
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Eva

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Dears,
I'm facing the same issue as it's registered in this topic:
ttyS0: tcgetattr: Input/output error

I have a virtual server hosted by provider and i have installed the latest version of Kerio Operator: 1.2.2. build 4568.

Could you please help me what to do at this case?

As i have the operating system Kerio (not in VMware) i don't understand how I can disable ttySO as proposed by Jakub.

Thanks for any help

Regards
Ea
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pcunix

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You don't have "Kerio" operating system. You have Kerio Operator installed on a Linux OS. Enable ssh (see other threads or the docs for that), and login.


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Eva

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Tony,
thanks for the quick reply, I'll check this out. As I'm not familier with Linux so much, sorry for that kind of the basic questions Wink

Have a nice day
Eva Pavlikova
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