If you did it how I described in #30If anyone has figured a good way to update, let me know! I'm currently on 4.8.14.
#to update #make a back up of the config edit /etc/rc.local "#" to the start line #restart jail rm -Rf UniFi wget https://www.ubnt.com/downloads/unifi/5.0.6/UniFi.unix.zip unzip UniFi.unix.zip rm UniFi.unix.zip rm /UniFi/bin/mongod ln -s /usr/local/bin/mongod /UniFi/bin/mongod cp /usr/local/share/java/classes/snappy-java.jar /UniFi/lib/snappy-java-1.0.5.jar edit /etc/rc.local remove "#" from the start line #restart jail #https://IP.address.of.jail:8443/ and restore from the back up
Yes, I'm on the same LAN segment, and I tried forcing the adopt address. All I get is the Server Reject error.are you in the same LAN segment? Have you tried logging into the AP and forcing adoption?
They fixed the snappy-java issue a few versions back I recall 95%.
# service unifi stop (wait for Unifi and mongodb to really stop) zfs snapshot pool/unifi@whatevernameIchoose zfs snapshot pool/unifi-data@whatevernameIchoose cd /usr/local/share/java unzip /tmp/UniFi.unix.zip # The file I have downloaded from Unifi # and now time to fix a couple of bits cd /usr/local/share/java/UniFi/bin rm mongod #it will be a symbolic link to /usr/bin/mongod, which is so linux-like, hence wrong ln -s /usr/local/bin/mongod mongod cd ../lib # # the snappy library they ship includes binary support for Linux and maybe Solaris (I don't remember) # but not FreeBSD. Just install archivers/snappy from the ports collection and make a symbolic link # rm snappy-java-1.0.5.jar # the Snappy library they ship has system dependent code, replace it ln -s /usr/local/share/java/classes/snappy-java.jar snappy-java-1.0.5.jar
They stopped announcing them for a short interim. They just wanted to make it clear that "homebrew" installs on unsupported systems get no support. However, the files were available the same. Just edit the download URL changing the file name and there you are.