I installed FreePbx 12.BETA 6.12.65-14. I have encountered a few problems which prevent me from configuring the PBX.
I wanted to change my IP to static, but the System Admin Module choice is not in the Admin drop-down.
Additionally, there is a Security Warning at the top middle of the screen after logging in.
The menu bar at the top right has a red button “Apply Config”. When I push the button, I get the following error:
PHP Fatal error: Uncaught exception 'Exception' with message 'Unable to find key' in /var/www/html/admin/libraries/BMO/GPG.class.php:200
#0 /var/www/html/admin/libraries/BMO/GPG.class.php(210): GPG->getKey()
#1 /var/lib/asterisk/bin/retrieve_conf(20): GPG->trustFreePBX()
thrown in /var/www/html/admin/libraries/BMO/GPG.class.php on line 200
Any suggestions on how I might correct these issues?
Do you have internet? Unable to Find Key means it can’t connect to the remote key servers at all.
Yes, you were right, no internet. I tried nslookup google.com and got nothing.
When I installed I chose to manually set ipv4. I think that’s where I hosed it.
Anyway, I re-installed accepting DHCP and the FreePBX Admin screen has a lot of stuff on it. And the Admin drop-down includes System Admin this time.
Thanks for pointing me in the right direction. Lars
I tried to change from the DHCP address to static, but it was not saved. I think the problem is related to the box having two NIC cards, eth0 and eth1. The first time I installed FreePBX, I used a static IP address for eth1. Perhaps I entered something incorrectly in this screen.
When I installed the second time accepting DHCP, I got to the System Admin, Network Settings, changed the drop-down to eth1 and entered the pertinent data. However, the configuration was not changed after pushing the Save Config button.
So I went to the console and ran system-config-network. It was still set to DHCP! I changed the data and ran ‘service network restart’ and all was well.
There must be a problem when two NIC cards exist.