I have two workstations, one desktop, one laptop. Both are virtually identical in terms of install (but not hardware). The desktop has no problems at this time. On launching Republic Anywhere I may be alerted that it cannot connect to the Internet, but this usually disappears on retrying the connection.
Once I login the application constantly flips between being connected and disconnected. The message is shared at the bottom of the screen and reads: “Currently not connected”.
While connected, I can send messages.
This happens on two different networks, one at home, one at school. The desktop, at home, has no such problems. As far as I can tell, nothing is being logged after tailing the log directory for a time.
Nothing is logged in the router’s firewall.
I have attempted to uninstall (
apt remove republicanywhere and
apt purge republicanywhere) and remove all user data related to Republic Anywhere on the laptop (the only data I can find is in
~/.config/Republic Anywhere followed by a reinstall, but there is no change.
I also attempted to install the stable branch by modifying
/etc/apt/source.list.d/republicanywhere to see if there was any difference, but to no avail. Installing the stable branch on the desktop also yielded no issues and it continues to work properly.
I have disabled my firewall (CSF) but have seen no change with this.
The installation of the software is based on the following:
Any advice on which logs to follow or possible troubleshooting steps? Anyone experiencing this or have experienced it and found a solution?