|OS||Linux (i686) 3.1.9 (Linux zenoss 3.1.9-1.4-desktop #1 SMP PREEMPT Fri Jan 27 08:55:10 UTC 2012 (efb5ff4) i686)|
|Database||MySQL 5.0.45 (Ver 5.0.45)|
I can also reproduce this problem by using bin installer for 3.2.1.
OS Versions that produced problem:
ubuntu server 10.04
ubuntu server 11.10
(kinda redundant since I am using .bin installer and all dependancies included)
Another thing I noticed when I install with the .bin installer the installation hangs at 100%, After Ctrl+C and start it over it finishes.
Screenshots: see attached.
I 'hijacked' this thread, and this user was also having the issue, was instructed to start a new thread about the problem:
I personally use the RPM installer, but lets see what we can dig up.
1) Assuming the issue persists across different browsers?
2) Sounds like a fresh install. Any reason your staying on 3.1 instead of 3.2.1 (I couldn't find anything to indicate a know issue that has been fixed, just wondering)
3) Based on your other post, I believe you said logging in as "Admin" has no effect
4) For the empy zenpack list, can you run the following while logged in as the zenoss user via ssh "zenpack --list"
Oh. I failed to mention I also tried the RPM with openSuse 12.x (whatever
the latest verion). Are we sure there isn't something wrong with the
installer. These were both fresh installs.
I doubt its the installer (but anything is possible). A lot more people would have likely complained. I can say personally that I've done 3.1 RPM installs on Centos and RHEL and not had the issue. That said, can we circle back and answer the questions above and see where that leads us?
Answer to questions:
hmmm. So I think #4 is it possible you just dont have any zenpacks installed? I'm pretty sure the button in question is not provided by any packs, but I can't say I have ever installed and not also installed the core pack RPM bundle.
Do you have the ability to do the test on a CentOS box? I don't use any of the distro's you've tested so barring someone that does chiming in, I'm don't have any immediate ideas...
Might also be worth a drop by the IRC channel a little later in the day. I know there are some folks in there on a pretty regular basis that use ubuntu.
It is working fine with CentOS 5.7 and native rpm. Oh well, at least I have it on a physical machine and its working right, I prefer to use Ubuntu, but CentOS will do just fine. Thanks for the help.