Installed Rockstor on old laptop with no issues. Rebooted, loads fine. Ran Network Watcher to find IP. But when I attempt to load that IP, get “This site can’t be reached, 192.168.1.XX took too long to respond.”
I logged into root. Ran nmcli. Get lo:unmanaged and wlp2s0:unmanaged (for wireless). For wlp2s0, I see “plugin missing”
Ran nmcli device show, See ip4 address as 127.0.0.1/8 for lo/loopback so try that. Same access error.
Just for giggles, tried the command: services restart rockstor. No change.
Don’t know how to do the “Bridged Adapter in virtualbox settings” so plugged in wired connection. Rebooted Rockstor. Tried access again, no luck. Ran nmcli again. “p0p1: disconnected” on the wired.
Frustrated! I’m sure there is something simple here that I’m missing. Please help.
EDIT1: Some progress (I suppose).
Ran nmcli command to connect to wired connection. Now, p8p1 is connected. ip address shows, Network Watcher shows rockstor.#local.net. But when I try to access gui at either address, I still show “This site can’t be reached. Took too long to respond.”
EDIT2: More progress. Persistence pays off.
Used wired connection since it was running, kept trying different versions of IP/address. Turned off my McAfee (firewall and virus). Nothing. Kept trying and then received a weird #shell error. BUT, it appeared to be an error message within the GUI. After some random clicking, I ended up in the main GUI. Whew.
Only problem now is, I have no idea how to replicate what just happened. Trying to complete as much config as possible before I have to reboot.