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OpenFire Webadmin problema

Hi, I have install openfire 3.3.2.1 on fedora core 7 x86_64 and connected to mysql, all work perfectly, but I reboot the computer and I want to acces the webadmin to manage openfire and return to configure from the beginning, the clients connect without problems.

Another problem that I have is when I initiate the openfire

{color:#3366ff}[root@jorgus ~]# /opt/openfire/bin/openfire.sh
{color:#ff0000}ls: no se puede acceder a /usr/java/j*: No existe el fichero o el directorio{color}
Openfire 3.3.2 [15-sep-2007 7:59:33]
Consola de administración escuchando en:
  http://jorgus:9090
  https://jorgus:9091 {color}

It is a serius problem?


Hola, instale la vs 3.3.2.1 on fedora core 7 x86_64 y conecte a mysql, funciona perfectamente, pero reinicio la pc y trato de acceder al webadmin para administrar el openfire y comienza desde el principio como si fuera a iniciar el openfire por primera vez y tengo que configurar de nuevo. Los clientes se conectan sin problemas, inclusive puedo crear usuarios desde los clientes, pero no me permite administrar el openfire por webadmin.

Otro problema que aparece es cuando inicio el openfire

{color:#0000ff}[root@jorgus ~]# /opt/openfire/bin/openfire.sh
{color:#ff0000}ls: no se puede acceder a /usr/java/j*: No existe el fichero o el directorio{color}
Openfire 3.3.2 [15-sep-2007 7:59:33]
Consola de administración escuchando en:
  http://jorgus:9090
  https://jorgus:9091 {color}

Segun dice ahi no se pude acceder a algun archivo, esto puede crear problemas al openfire? Regards

That error you are seeing is a result of an “attempt to find the version of java you have installed” test I added. It looks like I did not properly redirect the error message though. =/ That said, that shouldn’t be causing you a problem, just ugly. What you are describing sounds like something that would happen if openfire.xml is not writable by Openfire, so you go through the setup and it can’t save your settings.

Which is the solution? In order tothat save the configuration?


Cual seria la solucion para que guarde la configuracion?

Basically just make sure that the openfire.xml file (or ideally the entire openfire install tree) is owned by the account that’s running openfire.