Applies to Models: Linux Wave Servers
This article explains to remove a Wave service GUID duplication typically seen when merging a Linux WAVE installation to another.
Note: Normally, the server GUID should stay the same since you clone the image
directly, and be considered as the same server in the software side.
A server appears to be listing itself under both the selected and current system.
Remove offline and incompatible servers from each system and try again.
Step By Step Guide:
- Stop the WAVE Media Server Services by entering the command: systemctl stop hanwha-medisaerver in the Linux terminal prompt.
- Elevate the Terminal session to root access. In the Linux terminal prompt. Type sudo -s. This serves the same function as the "Run as Administrator" function in Windows.
- Type nautilus /opt/hanwah/mediaserver/etc to open Nautilus.
- You should see a file in nautilus called mediaserver.conf.
- Rename the mediaserver.conf file to mediaserver.old.
- Restart the WAVE Media Server Services by entering the command: systemctl start hanwha-medisaerver in the Linux terminal prompt.
Note: A new server GUID and mediaserver.conf file are generated when the services