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i am a noob kinda, so this may be a stupid question - is it possible that the noip2 service itself can't access the config file?
thanksedit: i left the terminal open (the one where i ran sudo noip2 -d) and it updates every 5 minutes. It seems the service file runs noip2 as user "nobody" - the config file would need to have e.g.
The section of the code responsible for saving looks dubious to me, but I'm not a programmer.
644 permissions to be read (but you said you had tried 644).
You can edit /usr/lib/systemd/system/noip2.service, append -d to the command there, run "systemctl reenable noip2; systemctl restart noip2" and see its debugging output in "systemctl status noip2" or "journalctl -u noip2". ⮀ systemctl status noip2.service noip2.service - No-IP Dynamic DNS Update Client Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/noip2.service; enabled) Active: active (running) since Sat 2013-02-16 CET; 4min 50s ago Process: 3491 Exec Start=/usr/bin/noip2 -d -c /etc/no-ip2(code=exited, status=0/SUCCESS) Main PID: 3492 (noip2) CGroup: name=systemd:/system/noip2.service └─3492 /usr/bin/noip2 -d -c /etc/no-ip2well, i rerun noip2 configure, entered username and pw (like i did 3 times before), left the default time of 30 minutesthen i changed permissions before starting the service (of /etc/no-ip2.conf) to 644started the service and here is what the journal is saying:why do i get this last line today? also, what would be my course of action now - changing the permissions of no-ip2even though so many people use it with the same 644 permissions or maybe something else?
But I just checked and the permissions on /etc/no-ip2should be like so It was 600, but didn.t work either, so I followed tips from the thread I linked and changed it to 644. Anyway, I rerun noip2 -C, this time with sudo (don't remember if I used sudo the first time), will see how that goes...
⮀systemctl status noip2.service noip2.service - No-IP Dynamic DNS Update Client Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/noip2.service; enabled) Active: active (running) since Sat 2013-02-02 CET Process: 590 Exec Start=/usr/bin/noip2 -c /etc/no-ip2(code=exited, status=0/SUCCESS) Main PID: 600 (noip2) CGroup: name=systemd:/system/noip2.service └─600 /usr/bin/noip2 -c /etc/no-ip2while googling i found that tcp 8245 needs to be forwarded for noip client (is this really needed?