Display "FOG Configuration"



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    • FOG Version: 1.3.0-RC-37
    • OS: debian 8
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    Description

    For information Display “FOG Configuration”

    Display with Web browser “IE version 11”

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    Display with Web browser “Firefox version 50.1.0”

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    thank you


  • Senior Developer

    https://github.com/FOGProject/fogproject/commit/06b3a319873ae81feaa25097bbaf242c0c00e25c

    The issue where IE wouldn’t work? Well Microsoft smartly decided that IE should APPEND the urls to the current page URL where EVERY OTHER BROWSER used the relative url properly.

    Edge, Safari, Chrome, Opera, and Firefox would call the url properly, but not IE (as you can see in the description).

    Either way this is fixed for IE too.

    For the Firefox issue you’re seeing, it would seem to me the NAS is redirecting and handing out its own output page which is why it’s showing up funny. I cannot help that at all.


  • Senior Developer

    And just for sanity: My firefox 50.1.0

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  • Senior Developer

    I do see IE 11 not displaying things correctly, but this is IE 11 and Javascript issue, not something I’m going to worry too much about.


  • Senior Developer

    I’m not seeing the same issue.

    Based on what I can guess, though, maybe the other nodes aren’t updated yet and presenting stranger information back?


  • Moderator

    If you could also inspect the contents of the apache error log to see if any errors where thrown there. That would help the devs narrow in on this issue. With 1.3.0 stable nearing release (days if not minutes away) they need to understand what happened here. The apache error log review is important.


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