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Hello,

unfortunately I had to change the disks in my readynas Pro6.
I succesfully installed Java RE (EJRE version ejdk1.8.0_06 is now installed.)
The installation of mimimserver now fails. In frontview I get an error in dutch
which translates into English: "the installation of this add-on conflicts with an existing service".

Any help is appreciated (Simon?)

cheers,
Stefan
(08-10-2014 10:39)bossinga Wrote: [ -> ]Hello,

unfortunately I had to change the disks in my readynas Pro6.
I succesfully installed Java RE (EJRE version ejdk1.8.0_06 is now installed.)
The installation of mimimserver now fails. In frontview I get an error in dutch
which translates into English: "the installation of this add-on conflicts with an existing service".

Any help is appreciated (Simon?)

cheers,
Stefan

The approach described in this post might solve this problem. Is there a file /etc/frontview/addons/MINIMSERVER.remove on your NAS?
(08-10-2014 11:30)simoncn Wrote: [ -> ]
(08-10-2014 10:39)bossinga Wrote: [ -> ]Hello,

unfortunately I had to change the disks in my readynas Pro6.
I succesfully installed Java RE (EJRE version ejdk1.8.0_06 is now installed.)
The installation of mimimserver now fails. In frontview I get an error in dutch
which translates into English: "the installation of this add-on conflicts with an existing service".

Any help is appreciated (Simon?)

cheers,
Stefan

The approach described in this post might solve this problem. Is there a file /etc/frontview/addons/MINIMSERVER.remove on your NAS?

Hello Simon,

there is no MINIMSERVER.remove file. There is a file called EJRE.remove

regards,
Stefan
java version "1.8.0_06"
Java™ SE Embedded Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_06-b23, headless)
Java HotSpot™ Embedded Client VM (build 25.6-b23, mixed mode)

I also tried Java 1.7U60
Installing an older version of minimserver (0.8.1) gave the same error in frontview.
The problem isn't related to Java. It's related to MinimServer. It appears that MinimServer wasn't uninstalled completely when you replaced the disks.

The next step would be to extract this file from the MinimServer installation package as described in the referenced thread. This is slightly tricky, so I am attaching a copy here. You need to do the following:

1) Copy the remove.tar.gz file to the NAS
2) Login to the NAS via SSH as root
3) Use tar xf to extract the remove.sh file
4) Run the remove.sh file

If this is successful, the remove.sh file will be deleted as the final step of the removal process.
got this output:

PRO1:/backup# sh remove.sh
apache2: Could not reliably determine the server's fully qualified domain name, using 192.168.1.44 for ServerName
Syntax OK
apache-ssl: Could not reliably determine the server's fully qualified domain name, using 192.168.1.44 for ServerName

remove.sh was deleted... standby for install in frontview results...
YES

it worked after a reboot of the NAS, minimserver came alive

Thanks Simon
Just had this problem myself. And it worked fine by using the supplied file from Simon. I did a factory restore on my Readynas, and afterwards I used a configuration backup to restore my previous settings. Obviously this was the case of the conflict message.
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