May 12, 2016 at 18:12 #10491
Later today I will test it again with a full customization, so I can post the results one single time. 😛May 12, 2016 at 22:42 #10492
Well unfortunately the HTTPS issue remains. Anything that needs a HTTPS connection/link is unable to proceed and a SSL error or something alike pops up (I’m always updating the certificates before testing).
Flexget won’t reach the RSS feed (a HTTPS link), trakt addon wont ask for the pin (a HTTPS link) and my kodi time and date won’t update (probably a HTTPS link also).
If you need me to do any sort of search logging in my system, you just ask / guide me through it.
But hey, my IPv6 is there. 🙂
Once more thank you for the patience and dedication.May 13, 2016 at 06:46 #10493
can you upgrade busybox ? this one should support ipv6 (ping6 added)
for flexget , can you provide some logs (in private if needed)
for time : in /etc/network file, use ntp servers that support ipv6 ( ours is not ready I guess).
Pleasqe enable ipv6 in /etc/lighttpd/lighttpd.conf file
Once everything is done, please, reboot
I suppose extra work is needed for connman too ….May 13, 2016 at 14:26 #10494
Ok I did part of the job before going to work.
Till now I was able to update busybox, ping6 works fine and I have no package loss.
I enabled the ipv6 in lightpd and now, through ipv6 tunneling from my work using chrome I was able to get the screen where I can select kodi web, rutorrent and web console, but I couldn’t really reach any of them.
rtorrent is still having HTTPS issues (certificate problem), same as flexget (I will provide the log later today).
It seems rtorrent doesn’t support IPv6 (not sure if this should be affecting the torrent link resolution, I suppose not. It should only be uncapable of getting ipv6 peers), I’m considering give transmission a try and see what happens.May 13, 2016 at 21:39 #10495
Some interist discoveries thanks to flexget logs…
1970-01-01 22:00 CRITICAL plugin Manicomio Unable to download the RSS for task Manicomio (https://www.manicomio-share.com/rss.php?pass=XXXXXXXXX): [SSL: CERTIFICATE_VERIFY_FAILED] certificate verify failed (_ssl.c:581) 1970-01-01 22:00 WARNING task Manicomio Aborting task (plugin: rss)
after adding verify_ssl_certificates: no to the config.yml
got this interesting message
root@geexbox:~# flexget --test execute 1970-01-01 18:10 INFO manager Test mode, creating a copy from database ... 1970-01-01 18:10 INFO manager Test database created 1970-01-01 18:11 VERBOSE task_queue There are 1 tasks to execute. Shutdown will commence when they have completed. /usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/requests/packages/urllib3/connection.py:242: SystemTimeWarning: System time is way off (before 2014-01-01). This will probably lead to SSL verification errors /usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/requests/packages/urllib3/connectionpool.py:791: InsecureRequestWarning: Unverified HTTPS request is being made. Adding certificate verification is strongly advised. See: https://urllib3.readthedocs.org/en/latest/security.html 1970-01-01 18:11 VERBOSE details Manicomio Produced 50 entries. 1970-01-01 18:11 VERBOSE task Manicomio REJECTED: <code>|2016| DC's Legends of Tomorrow - S01E11 [DualAudio Eng,Port] [+] [WEB-DL - 1080p]</code> by regexp plugin because regexp 'DualAudio' matched field 'title' 1970-01-01 18:11 VERBOSE details Manicomio Summary - Accepted: 0 (Rejected: 1 Undecided: 49 Failed: 0)
So my SSL problems may be due to the wrong date.
After manually setting my date with
date -s(a problem, after reboot its lost), everything is back to normal, including rtorrent and flexget without the verify_ssl_certificates. Even trakt addon asked for its activation (a https link).
So, the problem here seems to be the NTP servers, I will look for some IPv6 capable ones and try it out.
Not sure if the limited remote access was cause by it too. Seems quite possible, but I will only be able to confirm it next week, till then I’m searching for good IPv6 and IPv4 capable NTP servers (no luck till now). I’ll update the post with this new remote test and a good NTP IPv6 server if I found one.May 14, 2016 at 10:11 #10496
according to http://www.internetsociety.org/deploy360/fr/resources/serveurs-horaires-ipv6-ntp/
you can use : 2.pool.ntp.org
I wonder if the problem is connman …
Building a version using network-manager.
Let’see if it’s better
Cheers !May 14, 2016 at 11:49 #10499
new version with network-manager in place of conman
As usual, please, enable ipv6 in /etc/lighttpd/lighttpd.conf file.
No need to update busybox.May 14, 2016 at 13:02 #10500
network file still has
NETWORK_BACKEND="connman"should I change it to
networkmanager?May 14, 2016 at 13:34 #10502
yes, I forget to modify that, then rebootMay 14, 2016 at 14:05 #10505
Ok, some good and bad news.
Network Manager updates time with the right ntp servers. But after the “first boot” where I downloaded some addons and packages (trakt, flexget and keymap editor), now it won’t sustain the connection. After a few seconds, basically update time and get the “rolling news” bar updated, the connection drops (I’m on wifi – wlan0).May 14, 2016 at 14:45 #10506
Well, this thing like to play me. I remove the sdcard, manually edited the network file back to connman, just to have some connectivity. And well time is up to date. I don’t know if it will keep updating but it did this time. Not sure only about the remote access. Will have to try monday.May 14, 2016 at 14:47 #10507
Ok so the problem is ntp with connman and now a problem with networkmanager (funny about the last one because it works a little better for me with networkmanager using wifi … )
Can you post some logs about newtorkmanager ?
about connman, did you try with ntp server changed in /etc/network ?
I’m away for the rest of the day so don’t expect answer before tomorrow
B.RMay 14, 2016 at 18:23 #10510
I tried both with the same ntp servers. But after this new build it seems that both are updating (I know it does’n make sense!!).
After letting my cubox-i “rest” for a few minutes, networkmanager got a stable connection again.
I’ll stay with it for a few days, till I can test my remote access. But It seems fine for now. I will have to deal with the IPv4 > IPv6 connection. This side appears to be set… Will only be sure after remote tests.
Thank you very much Tom, have a nice weekend.
I hope not having to bother you again with this IPv6 stuff.May 15, 2016 at 00:51 #10511
No problem. And you don’t bother me !
Cheers 😉September 30, 2017 at 13:42 #11900
Hi there. Just to know, has IPv6 been disabled on latest release (september 5)? I don’t recall the version I was using ,but after upgrading to this one, no IP6 address anymore. Not with connman and changing to networkmanager, no connection at all. Quite strange.
Thanks for the atention.
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