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From "Christian Kraus" <christian.kr...@ckc-it.at>
Subject RE: Fault with docker version of 1.0.0 - user settings unavailable
Date Tue, 23 Apr 2019 07:18:17 GMT
This seems to be a browser caching thing,



try to clear all browser cache or access to guacamole from new machine or different web-browser





rg

Christian




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Von: rob.killilea <rob.killilea@gmail.com>
Gesendet: Dienstag 23 April 2019 03:10
An: user@guacamole.apache.org
Betreff: Fault with docker version of 1.0.0 - user settings unavailable




Wanted to upgrade to 1.0.0 in order to add TOTP 

Did a fully clean install, deleted all docker images and containers, dropped
database tables and reinitialized from scratch (not first time but after if
didn't work I wanted to eliminate any residual issues). Pulled latest images
from dockerhub for guacd and guacamole and created containers for a mysql
installation 

First thing noted is faulty menu and dialogue text as if some
translations/resources are not found - on settings page instead of Manage
User Groups the tab header is USER_MENU.ACTION_MANAGE_USER_GROUPS. This
continues within the tab and on the History tab also with many but not all
column headers and prompts containing placeholder text. (Image 
https://imgur.com/HNH5u2N <https://imgur.com/HNH5u2N>   ) 

More critically however is the inability to add users or change user
settings for the default user with the exception of updating the password. I
get a spinning cog which remains on screen indefinitely. There are no logged
messages visible in docker logs while this is happening. (Image 
https://imgur.com/dTNDiIF <https://imgur.com/dTNDiIF>   ) 

Has anyone successfully installed 1.0.0 from scratch using docker?



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