Installing Evergreen for the first time is difficult. If your goal is to get a local server up and running for evaluation and testing, you might be interested in the docker container:

There are a couple of video's available to help as well:
first step:

second step:

Conducting Magic

On 8/30/2017 9:30 AM, Bogna Czyżewska wrote:
Hello Jason,
Thanks for your advice. I actually started with Debian (latest, 9 I think), and switched to Fedora because I encountered many errors during installation and just got angry. That was my first encounter with Debian and I already knew some Fedora stuff, so I figured it'll be easier for me to find the workarounds on it.

The thing is, I don't think this problem is platform-specific, it seems more like a misconfiguration to me. I tracked the issue down to a piece of code in, lines 67-68. I don't know perl, but OpenSRF docs say that they're supposed to "return the complete set of settings as a JSON document". Adding that to the log entries screaming about problems with JSON parsing (at index 1), my guess is that I messed up some configuration file and now it's unreadable.

Problem is: what file can that be? Seems to be about router@private.localhost, so maybe something with ejabberd, but ejabberd itself starts without problems and I can't find anything wrong within it's config file (ejabberd.yml)...

Best regards,

2017-08-30 15:03 GMT+02:00 Jason Stephenson < <>>:

    Hello, Bogna!

    My recommendation is that you switch to Debian 8 Jessie or Ubuntu
    Server Edition for installing Evergreen. These are the Linux
    distributions most commonly used by the community. You will likely
    more success and get more help with problems.

    Good luck,

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