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File Descriptor does not support writing #439

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GTRONICK opened this Issue Feb 10, 2018 · 5 comments

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GTRONICK commented Feb 10, 2018

Hi!, today, I was trying to start the service with:
nbfc start
And the output gives:
File Descriptor does not support writing
And the service does not starts.
I have also navigated to /opt/nbfc, and tried:
mono nbfc.exe start
Which gives the same output.

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GTRONICK Feb 10, 2018

Ok, after reading some threads, I found the one located here: ttps://github.com/hirschmann/nbfc/issues/436. I have renamed the file ECSysLinux.dll with:

sudo mv /opt/nbfc/Plugins/StagWare.Plugins.ECSysLinux.dll /opt/nbfc/Plugins/StagWare.Plugins.ECSysLinux.dll.old

Then rebooted, and ran:
nbfc start
And the service started again!.

GTRONICK commented Feb 10, 2018

Ok, after reading some threads, I found the one located here: ttps://github.com/hirschmann/nbfc/issues/436. I have renamed the file ECSysLinux.dll with:

sudo mv /opt/nbfc/Plugins/StagWare.Plugins.ECSysLinux.dll /opt/nbfc/Plugins/StagWare.Plugins.ECSysLinux.dll.old

Then rebooted, and ran:
nbfc start
And the service started again!.

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marak8 Feb 11, 2018

I'm using NBFC from AUR on Arch Linux. In my case, the service starts, but it doesn't seem to regulate the fans until I apply the workaround above (rename the DLL). After that, it's enough to

systemctl restart nbfc

and the fan quiets down.

marak8 commented Feb 11, 2018

I'm using NBFC from AUR on Arch Linux. In my case, the service starts, but it doesn't seem to regulate the fans until I apply the workaround above (rename the DLL). After that, it's enough to

systemctl restart nbfc

and the fan quiets down.

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RavenTheDev Feb 13, 2018

Confirmed this also. Renaming that plugin allowed it to start without issues. I was getting an error stating that the pid file could not be created. Wondering if that could also cause this?

RavenTheDev commented Feb 13, 2018

Confirmed this also. Renaming that plugin allowed it to start without issues. I was getting an error stating that the pid file could not be created. Wondering if that could also cause this?

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zetorian Feb 15, 2018

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Worked for me as well. I had the pid file error Chris mentioned and the File descriptor issue.
Arch linux - 4.15.3-1
Gigabyte p35w V3

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zetorian commented Feb 15, 2018

Worked for me as well. I had the pid file error Chris mentioned and the File descriptor issue.
Arch linux - 4.15.3-1
Gigabyte p35w V3

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elisaado Jun 20, 2018

I have the PID file issue even when nbfc is working fine so idk if it's really that

elisaado commented Jun 20, 2018

I have the PID file issue even when nbfc is working fine so idk if it's really that

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