What does the Admin > System Admin > Time Zone setting affect? Should it affect the actual system clock of the server?
Here's my scenario:
During FreePBX Install (the OS part), do not set the time zone, which defaults to UTC.
After the install, reboot, log into the FreePBX GUI.
During the initial setup, you're prompted to confirm a time zone. At this time I specify EST.
Reports > Asterisk Logfiles show logs in UTC (which makes sense, since from the OS perspective the time zone is UTC).
Envelopes for voice mails are also in UTC.
There is a setting for this, but I cannot find it right now.
Start with old Desktop with Virtualization extension, something that you can install OS and dont have to remove cause of free space or you need it for something else.
Cause learning Linux or Centos or anything else needs environment, and virtualbox can work but it wont allow you play with KVM, and thats for me the big part of the fun.
Also you need to keep learning that means its is process some day you will leave it 4-5 days dormat cause your stuck in an issue the other day bulb lights up mainly due to reading this site and you get back on it.
i need to change the attachment size to 2 MB
change the mailbox storage to new Drive
can we allow particular user to send emails to outside network ??
like block for everyone and allow to a group of users
NetworkManager still creates the ifcfg files under network-scripts. So those configs will still be there, but should have NM_CONTROLLED=yes
Also, for some reason CentOS ships with both network and NetworkManager on at the same time. So that's most likely why you saw the DHCP for NetworkManager and the static file that you created. I always disable and mask network to keep people from turning it back on when they aren't paying attention.
So it looks like they took out the NM_CONTROLLED section. I must have been thinking of RHEL 6. But NM still creates the ifcfg files in the same directory.
Has anyone ever used SME Sever? http://wiki.contribs.org? Looks similar to NethServer, not as up to date of an interface it appears but I have used it at locations and it works well. It is based on CentOS.
Since WordPress seems to be recommending the move to 7.X, is it reasonable and desired to install that instead? Even if it is not in the official repositories? (I am, just asking for future reference for others.)
I would install this on Fedora today. If you want to be on CentOS 7, then install the Remi repo and enable the PHP 7.1 repo.
So that is where we are now. A missing package, unclear documentation and yum unable to resolve dependencies for some of the remaining packages. As the support community showed no interest in Kopano being used in production and actually got angry that we wanted to, we decided to halt here. But there is the documentation in case anyone runs into this and wants to pursue it further.