[SOLVED] dnsmasq as DHCP server crash under Jessie

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Re: [SOLVED] dnsmasq as DHCP server crash under Jessie

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Thank you very much, Fourdee.

Now I feel we are really understanding each other.

This morning I have taken time to check it all from the very beginning. I've done essentially the same, but when I had troubles, it was using DietPi v102. Now I've installed it from the last DietPi image, v104, that has been updated to v106 automatically. I've used too, for first time, DietPi-automation. It's great, oh yeah, now I don't need to connect RPI to my home TV to install DietPi :D I love it!

It has been a great success, everything works fine now. And setting the static IP "the old way", and not the newer one using dhcpcd.

I've created a guide with all steps done, it's not a tutorial, but something close to it, and maybe it can be useful for somebody who wants to do the same as me. As I cannot attach a PDF, here we have the link to it:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwB-t3 ... VRIZFFBLUE

Thank you very much, Fourdee, for everything, and sorry for the inconveniences,
skyfly555
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Re: [SOLVED] dnsmasq as DHCP server crash under Jessie

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The NGINX issue...
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Re: [SOLVED] dnsmasq as DHCP server crash under Jessie

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skyfly555 wrote:The NGINX issue...
This is resolved for DietPi v107: https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issues/175
The package in the Raspbian repo has changed and requires IPv6 to install.

You either need to enable IPv6 system wide, or, disable IPv6 in /etc/nginx/sites-available/default

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#listen [::]:80 default_server;
Then, reconfigure:

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dpkg --configure nginx
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