Solved SVN version 4547 blank page on Create New Image link
@Wayne-Workman Thanks Wayne. A possibly (and feel free to omit the possibly) stupid question. How does one find a list of valid SVN release version numbers? I’m sure when I had this working before on the FOG icon on the web GUI it shows the revision number.
This is from another of our FOG servers which is running ok.
Yet when I try and download that version on my faulty FOG server I get this
[root@fogserver svn]# svn co -r 4457 https://svn.code.sf.net/p/freeghost/code/trunk trunk/ svn: No such revision 4457
If on the working server I go to Fog Configuration it shows the following version info
You are not running the most current version of FOG!
You are currently running version: 4457
Latest stable version is 1.2.0
Latest svn version is 3959
Latest git version is 4557
So I tried downloading the 3959 version via SVN and no dice - same error as before “Sorry, answer not recognised”.
Do the GIT and SVN versions get updated separately? I’m trying git now based on this wiki link:
@Wayne-Workman well that was quick, but not successful.
using latest git version same error is occuring - “Sorry, answer not recognised”
I have followed the steps on installing on Centos from the wiki so selinux and iptables etc are disabled and all repos are added on.
What could be triggering that last stanza in the installfog.sh file?
Remoted in and found there was an error in the reading of the linux release name.
This is now fixed. Apparently that bugs been there for a while.
@Tom-Elliott Thanks again for the help Tom, greatly appreciated. Please mark this call as resolved.
Im have this same issue on 4571 what did you have to do to fix this?
@darkxeno What is the same problem? Exactly? What? “It don’t work” isn’t good enough, sorry.
I get a blank page when i hit create a new image
Somewhere, apparently, threads got crossed. I thought this thread was in reference to the installfog issue, where it kept reporting “Sorry, answer not recognized” but apparently this is not the case.
Oh ok I was able to get it back by copying the image the image management page.php file form the old verison I had before It was in the 3000s build and was able to get the page to load but now when i go to edit a image i get a basic page with no formatting lol