OK, well this is resolved. The long and short of it is that adding a target did not work when using the Safari browser, but works just fine when using Chrome.
-erik On Thu, Apr 12, 2018 at 11:02 AM, Erik Anderson <erike...@gmail.com> wrote: > Hello all - > > I'm running OpenVAS v7.0.3-1 on an Ubuntu 16.04 host. Here are package > version details: > > $ dpkg -l | grep openvas > ii libopenvas9 9.0.2-1 > amd64 remote network security auditor - shared > libraries > ii openvas9 7.0.3-1 > amd64 remote network security auditor - metapackage > ii openvas9-cli 1.4.5-1xenial > amd64 remote network security auditor - cli > ii openvas9-gsa 7.0.3-1 > amd64 remote network security auditor - web > interface > ii openvas9-manager 7.0.3-1 > amd64 remote network security auditor - manager > ii openvas9-scanner 5.1.2-1 > amd64 remote network security auditor - scanner > > I'm signed into GSA via the default "admin" account, and whenever I > try to add a new target, I get an "Unknown error" in the web GUI. No > logs appear is *any* of the OpenVAS/GSA-related logs when this > happens. I'm running GSAD with "--verbose". I've ruled out things like > disk space and/or RAM issues. > > At this point, I'm unsure how to proceed with troubleshooting. Can you > point me in the right direction? > > Thank you! > -Erik _______________________________________________ Openvas-discuss mailing list Openvasfirstname.lastname@example.org https://lists.wald.intevation.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/openvas-discuss