Thanks for the information.
I found out that SELinux on CentOS was causing the dojo scripts to not load on
the pages and after I temporarily disabled SELinux using the 'setenforce 0'
command everything seems to work.
I don't know of a permanent solution to this issue besides disabling SELinux.
I also recall an issue with SELinux causing connection issues with mysql at the
beginning of the VCL installation.
Here are the commands I used to install dojo (for reference purposes)
tar xvf dojo-release-1.6.0.tar.gz
mv dojo-release-1.6.0 /var/www/html/vcl/dojo
I also have a question about SSH. When I use the command to manually SSH into
the VMware ESXI server I get a passphrase prompt, but I can skip that by
hitting enter, however, I then get a prompt for the root password of the ESXI
server and I thought the purpose of creating the SSH Key was to bypass the
password prompt? If so, I must have failed to perform a step properly.
Any suggestions on what could be the cause?
From: Josh Thompson [josh_thomp...@ncsu.edu]
Sent: Monday, April 30, 2012 9:17 AM
Subject: Re: Issues with VCL
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On Saturday, April 28, 2012 11:28:22 PM n.johnson10 wrote:
> Now I am encountering an issue with 2.3... When I visit a page that uses
> any scripts on the page to not load. I installed Dojo Toolkit 1.5.0 to
> /var/www/html/dojo .. I noticed when viewing the page source that there
> I have done some searching and I couldn't find anything that would explain
> why the file is missing.
The files that don't exist are custom compiled dojo profiles for VCL. You can
run without them. If dojo doesn't find them, it loads everything out of the
normal install. Having them greatly reduces the number of dojo files that
need to be loaded on each page load.
Dojo is not saved in trunk in our subversion repository. It is included in
releases; so, you won't have to worry about anything with dojo when you use a
In general, we don't recommend running from trunk unless you are very familiar
with VCL. It is never guaranteed to be stable. Additionally, there may be
parts of the frontend, backend, and database that are not in sync with each
other except around release time (which happens to be now).
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