Last active 3 weeks ago
Dear Sir. First of all, thanks for this magnific tool. It's helping me
a lot, cloning my classroom computers very easy!.
I have this error on the login screen too: "Unknown Error With Token API"
Attached, is the error, dumped wen one failed login attempt done.
This is my setup:
/proc/version Linux version 4.9.0-0.bpo.8-686-pae (Debian 4.9.2-10+deb8u1)
Mono JIT compiler version 184.108.40.206 (tarball Mon Aug 6 09:20:25 UTC 2018)
GC: sgen (concurrent by default)
apt-cache show mono-runtime | grep Version:
apt-cache show mariadb-server | grep Version
In my case, the installation was working perfect, until
July 2018. In august - 7, it has arrived one upgrade of the
And in September, the error is showing, and I can't
log in again.
I don't know how to easly downgrade all the mono packages,
in few commands, without doing it one by one by hand:
dpkg --get-selections | grep mono | wc
I can test things, even a new server, x64 with debian 9, but I would like
to know, as seen very clear in the first line of the error log, where to find
this Line 37, position 53, to search for the erroneous ' ' character hex 0x20,
and try to remove it... :-)
Again, thanks a lot for your work and this great piece of software!
The same, with Debian jessie... any idea about where to look, to
find a work-around?... I've been searching inside, but not found...
Apart from this small detail, CD is really great! :-D