Like all good, but not the feeling of some incompleteness. Remember the problems with fail2ban, two days busy with CUPS - that's where it came from line to 127.0.0.1? Unclear. Problems with configuring network interfaces during installation. Here is when you install a single network interface to set up immediately to PPPoE? I could not get. And it seems clear that this is a problem 'anaconda', but the impression is not an 'anaconda', but the distribution.
Yesterday all day carry with DokuWiki module - in a formal recommendation on the DokuWiki said that for security reasons it is desirable to change the default path 'savedir', changed, adjusted in the config - stopped working! Can not create a new page, trying to create a page - I open the edit page 'start'. Although the setting I did as my server with a similar SLES. I returned all settings back - earned. On the other system settings such work, but here - not. Unclear.
Now I have to tinker with the openvpn - both on the server to issue a new server self-signed certificate? I installed the server, changed his name and Organization contacts, but the server certificate shows me:
/etc/pki/tls/certs/NSRV.crt NethServer, O=Example Org, ST=SomeState, OU=Main
I do not need 'Example Org'. Why can not I create a new certificate via the web interface? See how it's done in OpenMediaVault and ClearOS.
The authors suggest 'Software center' periodically clear the cache yum. What for? You can not clean? Then why resemble? We must be sure to clean? Then why ask? Is not it better to do automatic cleaning? Unclear.
In general, I like the distribution and it is clear that nothing happens without glitches. And I turned my home server on it with ClearOS on NS. While I found it in his home as a proxy server, and the workplace is tested in a virtual machine. We will see.
P.S. By the way, dashboards, where displays information about the software raid would be a good idea to specify a mount point. I have a year and do not remember what I mdXXX is responsible for what, and so soon we'll see.