BUG: Evolution (widgets) not remembering where it came from..

jet1972

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In several places when the Back button of the skin is used, DA does not returnin to the place you would expect.

For example:

I have configured that front pages widget contains "All users" on the top of the widgets list.

Now I click Admin Stats and after it has opened I choose Admistration Settings.

Now I hit the Back GUI button and of course I would expect it land back to the Admin Stats but it goes to All users..
 
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Please check if the following solves your problem:
Code:
cd /usr/local/directadmin/data/skins
mkdir -p evolution
cd evolution
wget -O evolution.tar.gz https://demo.directadmin.com/download/evolution.tar.gz
tar xvzf evolution.tar.gz
cd ..
chown -R diradmin:diradmin evolution
 

jet1972

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Thanks! Seems to work great now like the Sorting.

However the network error window-bug is still unfixed:

Jus unplug your ethernet cable or turn off your wifi for a while to get the window to pop-up:

"Network Error
Unable to reach network. Please check your internet connection."

https://forum.directadmin.com/showthread.php?t=58240
 
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jet1972

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It seems that something has now got broken:

Clicking user names on the List users brings an empty page (only menu visible)!

Path /reseller/users/username/view
 
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It could have been fixed by updating to pre-release (or going back to stable). Pre-release was required due to custom package items shown in user-view, sorry for not mentioning it to you :) Anyway, I've updated the skin to be backwards compatible (new skin with old binaries to have no issues). Please try it now. Sorry for any inconvenience caused. Thank you.
 

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This brings up a question:

How do we know when "Stable" is updated and stable? I don't want to use prerelease (unstable) changes. I am using DA on a production system. Is there a change log? What the best way to know I am only on stable code?
 

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This brings up a question:

How do we know when "Stable" is updated and stable? I don't want to use prerelease (unstable) changes. I am using DA on a production system. Is there a change log? What the best way to know I am only on stable code?
You're always running "stable" release, unless you manually apply https://help.directadmin.com/item.php?id=408 guide to get pre-release binaries installed :)
 

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Example:

If I had put in pre release lets say once 2 weeks ago.

But have since run ./build update_da for example yesterday

Did the system automatically convert back to Stable?

if No how do I tell?

if yes Great and thanks...

else still confused...
 

jet1972

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It could have been fixed by updating to pre-release (or going back to stable). Pre-release was required due to custom package items shown in user-view, sorry for not mentioning it to you :) Anyway, I've updated the skin to be backwards compatible (new skin with old binaries to have no issues). Please try it now. Sorry for any inconvenience caused. Thank you.
Seems to work again. Thanks!

DA should have a Splash screen displaying version information about DA and skin used.
 

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Example:

If I had put in pre release lets say once 2 weeks ago.

But have since run ./build update_da for example yesterday

Did the system automatically convert back to Stable?

if No how do I tell?

if yes Great and thanks...

else still confused...
"./build update_da" only updates your DA if the version differs. You can always do this to go to the 'stable' branch again if the version matches: https://help.directadmin.com/item.php?id=29.

The following would show you the build date:
Code:
/usr/local/directadmin/directadmin o
 

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"./build update_da" only updates your DA if the version differs. You can always do this to go to the 'stable' branch again if the version matches: https://help.directadmin.com/item.php?id=29.

The following would show you the build date:
Code:
/usr/local/directadmin/directadmin o

ok I have

Code:
/usr/local/directadmin/directadmin o
Compiled on 'CentOS 7.0 64-Bit'
Compile time: Jul 12 2019 at 09:37:52
Timestamp: '1562945823'
Compiled with IPv6
is this Stable?
 
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