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    Angry I installed this new version of Wowza

    I have a serious problem .
    I installed this new version of Wowza , yet he got the wrong IP and not worked normal.

    I desisntalei to solve it with the command " rm - rf WowzaStreamingEngine - 4.0.1 and WowzaStreamingEngine " .

    Now I'm trying to install this same version again and only give error.
    See the errors below and tell me how I can fix it ( it does not install anything in / usr / local / ) :

    User Name : (my user)
    password :
    Confirm Password : Please enter a Wowza Streaming Engine license key in this format:
    XXXXX - XXXXX - XXXXX - XXXXX - XXXXX - XXXXX [ - XXXXXXXXXXXX ] ***** - ***** - ***** - ***** - ***** - *****
    Wowza Streaming Engine license key accepted. Thank you!
    Installing Wowza Streaming Engine
    Preparing ... # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # [ 100 % ]
    ********WowzaStreamingEngine package - 4.0.1 - ga.noarch is already installed
    ./WowzaStreamingEngine-4.0.1.rpm.bin : Line 1347: / usr / local / WowzaStreamingEngine / conf / admin.password : No such file or directory
    ./WowzaStreamingEngine-4.0.1.rpm.bin : Line 1348 : / usr / local / WowzaStreamingEngine / conf / admin.password : No such file or directory
    ./WowzaStreamingEngine-4.0.1.rpm.bin : Line 1350 : / usr / local / WowzaStreamingEngine / conf / admin.password : No such file or directory
    ./WowzaStreamingEngine-4.0.1.rpm.bin : Line 1356 : / usr / local / WowzaStreamingEngine / conf / Server.license : No such file or directory

    Start Wowza Streaming Engine automatically When this system reboots ? [ yes or no ]
    yes
    error reading information on service WowzaStreamingEngine : No such file or directory
    error reading information on service WowzaStreamingEngine : No such file or directory
    error reading information on service WowzaStreamingEngineManager : No such file or directory
    error reading information on service WowzaStreamingEngineManager : No such file or directory
    Starting WowzaStreamingEngine ( via systemctl ) :
    WowzaStreamingEngine : unrecognized service
    Starting WowzaStreamingEngine ( via systemctl ) :
    WowzaStreamingEngineManager : unrecognized service
    Install Location :
    / usr / local / WowzaStreamingEngine .

    Wowza Streaming Engine to Access Manager , go to http://localhost:8088/enginemanager in a web browser.

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    I would refer to the Uninstall portions of the users guide on page 29 & 30 based on your OS environment. Did you raise permissions by using "sudo" when running the installer?

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    Resolved: I was installing with ...-4.0.1.rpm.bin had the idea to switch to: 4.0.1.tar.bin-and it worked. Of course I had to download the "WowzaStreamingEngine-4.0.1.tar.bin" file

    Thank you all.
    However my struggle now is to change the management port 8088 to any other.

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