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Re: [Linux-cluster] luci question

He installed luci and then pointed his browser at the host:8084. He gets the login panel, logs in as root, gets the homebase screen but it doesn't have those links at the top right. No changes to any of the files that luci installs.

It was a clean RHEL install so I'm guessing that genshi is up to date but I'll ask.


On Apr 29, 2014, at 1:17 PM, Jan Pokorný <jpokorny redhat com> wrote:

> On 29/04/14 16:02 +0000, Neale Ferguson wrote:
>> luci-0.26.0-48 (tried -13 as well)
>> TurboGears2-2.0.3-4.
>> kernel-2.6.32-358.2.1
>> python-repoze-who-1.0.18-1 (I believe - am verifying)
> Thanks, this looks sane.
> Actually there used to be an issue with Genshi generating strict
> XML by default, notably baffling IE, but it should be sufficiently
> solved for a long time (https://bugzilla.redhat.com/663103),
> definitely in the version you used.
> Just to be sure could you provide also your python-genshi version?
> Now I am thinking about another thing:
>> One of the guys created a simple configuration
> seems to be pretty generic expression, and makes me confused.  Does it
> mean mere luci installation/deployment (along the lines of what
> specfile does, or better yet, directly from package), or (also) some
> configuration files tweaking (having especially
> /var/lib/luci/etc/luci.ini in mind, modifying file analogous to
> /etc/sysconfig/luci should be fine)?
> Because if the latter, chances are that admittedly a bit fragile
> start up process involving hierarchical configuration (via two stated
> files) and intentional run-time substitutions of middleware
> initialization routines (cf. luci.initwrappers) could suffer from
> that.  On the other hand, if logging in works as expected, even when
> reproduced with cookies previously cleared, the issue remains
> a mystery. [If it meant a _cluster_ configuration in luci, I don't
> think this has any relevance to the issue.]

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