Univention Bugzilla – Bug 43402
unable to install UCS Backup, Slave or Member without a valid UCS domain DNS
Last modified: 2017-08-09 17:29:49 CEST
Due a validation error in system setup (see screenshot), it is not possible to install a UCS Backup, Slave or Memberserver without a valid UCS domain DNS. For the sake of completeness: join after installation is deselected -> so no domain join will be performed.
Following error is shown:
The specified nameserver 126.96.36.199 is not part if a valid UCS domain.
Do following steps to reproduce the error:
In network settings choose any DNS server (eg. 188.8.131.52). At "Domain setup" select "Join into an existing UCS domain" and deselect "Start join at the end of the installation". Go further and after the "Software configuration" screen, there will be shown the validation error.
I think this validation should not be made, if the user deselect "Start join at the end of the installation". There is no need for this.
You need this installation path for "Cool Solution - Run a virtualized Domain Controller Master with UVMM".
Also an installation without connection to another UCS system of the UCS domain is not possible.
Created attachment 8370 [details]
*** Bug 44174 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 44580 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
* do not validate nameserver when joining into an existing
UCS domain and 'Start join at the end of the installation' is set to false
* add missing basic latin special characters to umlauts dict
* Bug #43402: fix disabled text boxes in UMC cards being not
The build of univention-system-setup is currently blocked by Bug #43816
univention-system-setup successfully build
REOPEN: Missing YAML files!
(In reply to Florian Best from comment #6)
> REOPEN: Missing YAML files!
YAML: r 80530
OK: the nameserver is not enforced if the system is not going to be joined.
YAML: OK (adjusted in r80532)
univention-system-setup.desc.line.1 (from univention-system-setup)
A partner asked if it would be possible to provide updated ISO images, otherwise the erratum is of no use to him.
Another customer requested updated ISO's.