Hello, I'm trying to set up Evergreen on a Fedora 26. I've followed all the steps from installation manual, although I can't be sure it was all done properly - in many cases I had to figure out a workaround or guess some file path or command since the manual is not written for Fedora.
When executing autogen.sh I encounter an error: /openils/var/log/osrfsys.log:[2017-08-29 11:34:27] -e [ERR :2830:EX.pm:66:] Exception: OpenSRF::EX::Session 2017-08-29T11:34:27 OpenSRF::Utils::SettingsClient /usr/local/share/perl5/OpenSRF/Utils/SettingsClient.pm:87 Session Error: firstname.lastname@example.org/opensrf.settings IS NOT CONNECTED TO THE NETWORK!!! I tried the troubleshooting instructions, and it seems that the root of the problem might be in JSON parsing: /openils/var/log/router-private.log:router 2017-08-28 17:06:54 [ERR :26978:osrf_parse_json.c:844:] *JSON Parser Error With detailed description as follows: router 2017-08-29 10:28:05 [ERR :1639:osrf_parse_json.c:844:] *JSON Parser Error - char = r - index = 1 - near => registering - Unexpected character router 2017-08-29 10:28:05 [WARN:1639:osrf_message.c:548:] osrfMessageDeserialize() unable to parse data: registering Same goes for public.localhost log. All logs are completly flooded with repeated errors like these, but ejabberd starts without any error messages or even warnings. I have restarted ejabberd, memcached and opensrf multiple times and double-checked opensrf_core.xml for any username/password mismatches or typos. What should I do next? Best regards, Bogna Czyżewska