I have an odd issue with installing apps from the DroboApps Admin web interface. It gives me this output when clicking ‘Install DroboApps’:
[code]Below are the available DroboApps that you don’t currently have installed on your Drobo FS. By installing any of these applications, you are agreeing to the disclaimer.
Warning: file() [function.file]: php_network_getaddresses: gethostbyname failed. errno=11 in /mnt/DroboFS/Shares/DroboApps/droboadmin/www/index.php on line 301
Warning: file(http://www.drobo.com/droboapps/feed/textfs.php) [function.file]: failed to open stream: php_network_getaddresses: gethostbyname failed. errno=11 in /mnt/DroboFS/Shares/DroboApps/droboadmin/www/index.php on line 301
I get the same when clicking ‘Upgrade DroboApps’.
The Drobo FS is connected directly to a Mac Pro, and it self-assigns an IP. Shares work fine.
Possibly related is that I managed to install Firefly once (by copying the tgz into the DroboApps share), but I changed the name of the Drobo from ‘Drobo-FS’ to ‘DroboFS’, and then back again. Since then I haven’t been able to install Firefly so that I could enter it’s webinterface. If I install it, I can see it running (scanning my media) in top under Bugbear.
It worked – some of it, it appears. The Drobo FS and the Mac is now on the same subnet, each getting an IP from the Airport via DHCP. So far so good.
From the ‘DroboApps Admin’ I then installed Firefly, and changed the .conf to point to my share that I have created called ‘Music’ with all the music on it. I can see in ‘top’ that Firefly was running scanning the files. I checked the ‘cache’ dir and opened the 7MB ‘songs.gdb’ file. It seemed to have all the music files listed.
Now to the problem. When I go to the ‘DroboApps Admin’, then choose ‘Configure DroboApps’, then choose ‘firefly (Configure)’ I get this:
Firefox can't establish a connection to the server at 10.0.1.3:3689.