Edit Package unifi

UniFi controller

http://www.ubnt.com

The UniFi® Software-Defined Networkingplatform is an end-to-end
system of network devices across different loctions all controlled
from a single interface.

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README.SUSE 0000000408 408 Bytes over 1 year
UniFi.unix.zip 0202088813 193 MB 9 days
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import-cert 0000001984 1.94 KB 11 months
mongod-wrapper 0000000059 59 Bytes almost 4 years
sysconfig.unifi 0000000581 581 Bytes over 1 year
system-user-unifi.conf 0000000078 78 Bytes over 4 years
tmpfiles.unifi.conf 0000000030 30 Bytes almost 4 years
unifi-user.conf 0000000068 68 Bytes 11 months
unifi.changes 0000089634 87.5 KB 9 days
unifi.conf 0000000034 34 Bytes over 4 years
unifi.service.in 0000000493 493 Bytes 11 months
unifi.spec 0000006112 5.97 KB 9 days
unifi.xml 0000001151 1.12 KB over 1 year
Comments 4

Steven D. Herlein's avatar

herlein wrote almost 3 years ago

any possibility you can help create controller 5.10.23 install for Leap 15.1 ?? or help me learn to build them the way you have ? my company has decided if i can not get unifi controller and video working in to Suse that we will have to part with all the Ubiquiti in the complex here at the Village,, that to me is just a shame,, any help would be appreciated thank you


Herbert Graeber's avatar

hgraeber wrote almost 3 years ago

I cannot really recommend to package a binary this way. Another problem is that Unifi Controller is based on an older version MongoDB not provided anymore. I have found a way around the latter, but it's only a matter of time until it breaks again.

A better way is to use some sort of container, for example docker, which contains all needed components und uses the linux distribution Ubiquity works with, that means Ubuntu. Here a link to a docker image: https://hub.docker.com/r/jacobalberty/unifi

Meanwhile, I updated my package for you... Have fun.


Emerson Carvalho's avatar

Blackbox wrote almost 2 years ago

Hello,

I had a problem after installing unifi on OpenSUSE 15.2 ... The service would not start.

The problem was that I couldn't find java java-1.8.0-openjdk-1.8.0

The quick fix was to create a symbolic link to not update the configuration files.

ln -s java-1.8.0-openj9-1.8.0 / java-1.8.0-openjdk-1.8.0


Emerson Carvalho's avatar

Blackbox wrote almost 2 years ago

Hello,

To solve the problem of adoption of AP on the internal network.

Must open in the firewall

TCP port https, http, 8080, 8443

UDP port 3478

From this moment on, Unifi finds the devices.

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