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Your Ajenti instance is missing compiled CSS files. (Centos 6.5 EPEL install/Cant login)

gyoza 6 years ago updated by M.Hanny Sabbagh 5 years ago 10
There are no errors inside ajenti.log file. attempted to reinstall from scratch with new config files and the same problem occurs. 

There are no warnings or any other errors when you run ajenti-panel -v.

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Nevermind, this is indeed a problem with the latest build.
GOOD, I'M SATISFIED
Very quick response!
Satisfaction mark by gyoza 6 years ago
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Are you using Ajenti behind a reverse proxy or directly? Check the status of requests to /ajenti:static/resources/... in your browser console.
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Nevermind, this is indeed a problem with the latest build.
Thanks, any idea when the EPEL package will be updated, or how I can fix it? 
I've already uploaded an update (1.2.22.9) to our repo. EPEL only contains dependencies required by Ajenti
Is there an easy way to run the update or do you recommend just replacing the files inside /usr/lib/python2.6/site-packages/ajenti?
You should be able to upgrade with yum install ajenti.
All fixed!! Thanks for the quick response. We're evaluating the system for our client installs, can you tell me how the update was processed and subsequently broken over the weekend? 
The environment on our build server was modified by other project's activity, and resource build failed. That's the first time we shipped an update without compiled resources since alpha, if that's what you mean :)
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Hello.

I have the same problem here with the 1.2.22.21 version, I installed ajenti from the Ubuntu repository.
Any fix for it?