Package Details: unifi 7.3.76-1

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Package Base: unifi
Description: Centralized management system for Ubiquiti UniFi AP
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Licenses: custom
Conflicts: tomcat-native
Submitter: seblu
Maintainer: freswa
Last Packager: freswa
Votes: 64
Popularity: 0.42
First Submitted: 2017-08-22 01:31 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2022-11-28 16:06 (UTC)

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hikarutilmitt commented on 2022-11-28 18:53 (UTC)

Might be worth mentioning that the changelog for this release (7.3.76) bumped the Java requirement to 11, so if you had previously set your JRE default down to 8 to make it work you'll need to bump it back up to 11 now.

rageltman commented on 2022-11-28 17:26 (UTC)

Think this needs a version constraint for mongo now - upgrade failed miserably on me last night since mongo is now at v6 and Arch moved to OpenSSL3 which seems to add the requirement for openssl-1.1 to be in the FS as well.

watham commented on 2022-10-30 18:23 (UTC) (edited on 2022-10-30 18:24 (UTC) by watham)

I just wanted to chime in and confirm previous notes;

  1. Edit the pkgbuild and changing depends in this way; (thank you CommanderCrisp)
    mongodb => mongodb36
    java-runtime-headless=8 => jre8
  2. Make sure the correct Java runtime is selected; (thank you bobpaul)

With all of that out of the way it all seems to work. I was editing the PKGBUILD and still having runtime issues and 404 problems, but switching the Java runtime seemed to solve those.

Like any piece of software not packaged in a distribution agnostic way it's a real head scratcher when there weren't any obvious errors in the logs too.

FMB commented on 2022-10-29 16:53 (UTC)

I also had to explicitly install mongodb36-bin.

Soroshi commented on 2022-10-01 17:24 (UTC)

Unifi still requires mongodb<6 on 7.2.94 Depends list should be adjusted accordingly.

ipaqmaster commented on 2022-09-25 01:11 (UTC) (edited on 2022-09-25 06:59 (UTC) by ipaqmaster)

I can confirm, on a brand new arch VM who's job is to be a unifi box I was getting 404 errors when trying to access https://localhost:8443

Doing this change before building was enough for this machine's unifi UI to actually start working (Does not have other java environments present)

sed -i "s/'mongodb'/'mongodb36-bin'/g" PKGBUILD

I should also note that my CentOS 7 mongodb was so old that 36 was actually too great a jump. I had to build the mongodb34-bin AUR package first, run unifi with that, verify I could log in OK... then stop it, re-install/replace it with mongodb36-bin and now I'm able to use my migrated controller just fine.

Granted, anyone not migrating should be fine with mongodb36-bin right out the gate.

bobpaul commented on 2022-09-18 01:27 (UTC)

Rather than set java-8-openjdk/jre as the default java with archlinux-java, I modified the unifi.service file with systemctl edit --full unifi to select java-8 as described on the wiki. ( I need java-18-openjdk for some of my other AUR packages or they fail to build successfully.

Does Unifi support newer version of java if using oracle java? Or is java8 a requirement regardless? If java8 is a requirement, then it would probably be good to just make jre8-openjdk-headless a requirement and patch the service file accordingly.

k0ste commented on 2022-09-17 16:34 (UTC)

May be changes provided by @CommanderCrisp should be come to PKGBUILD?

Pingger commented on 2022-09-16 19:42 (UTC) (edited on 2022-09-16 19:43 (UTC) by Pingger)

for me just forcing to install "mongodb50-bin" alongside unifi made unifi start working. (and deleting the previous newer db version files) The mongodb aur packages are now on version 6 which unifi is apparently not compatible with.

Marcello_Coco commented on 2022-09-15 18:13 (UTC)

@CommanderCrisp Thank you, using mongodb36-bin along with setting Oracle java as default and relinking to fixed everything for me.