CSF dashboard not showing within Directadmin control panel

Richard G

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Did you secure your perl executable? I remember when I did that several years ago, it provided a blank screen on CSF.
 

youds

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Are you sure you have CSF installed correctly, with the correct permissions? Try running the install script again, I had a problem where I had to run the following to fix the issue:

Code:
/usr/local/directadmin/scripts/set_permissions.sh all
 

WebHostingUK

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Are you sure you have CSF installed correctly, with the correct permissions? Try running the install script again, I had a problem where I had to run the following to fix the issue:

Code:
/usr/local/directadmin/scripts/set_permissions.sh all
/usr/local/directadmin/scripts/set_permissions.sh all did not work.

Also tried uninstalling and re-installing using this guide https://forum.directadmin.com/threa...force-monitor-in-directadmin-using-csf.44839/ but did not work
 

youds

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Huh, I have the answer somewhere in he back of my mind but can’t remember it.

Maybe try enabling PHP errors so as we can see the problem.

Other things you should try:
Code:
yum install perl-libwww-perl.noarch perl-LWP-Protocol-https.noarch perl-GDGraph -y

Code:
wget http://files.directadmin.com/services/all/csf/csf_install.sh
/bin/sh ./csf_install.sh
 

maxi32

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I had this issue before and it was the perl permission problem like what @Richard G told. I knew it was perl permission problem because I got a PHP error in the log file saying that. So turn on the PHP error log to see what's going on.
 

youds

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Hi

Came back to this, did the original poster find a solution? I'm fairly sure it was the perl issues I ran into before, but would like to hear what happened.

Kind regards
 

WebHostingUK

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Hi

Came back to this, did the original poster find a solution? I'm fairly sure it was the perl issues I ran into before, but would like to hear what happened.

Kind regards

No solution at the moment.
 

rgriep

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I have also the same problem. Centos 8.2. The plugins are installed but not showing in Directadmin. Is there already a solution? I did all I read here but doesn't solve the problem.

I dont see the Custombuild 2.0 (latest version) plugin and CSF (v14.04).

Thank you.
 

thewitt

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Same problem, on a new install with Centos 7. They don't show up in the UI, though the Package Manager shows them installed and active. I've reinstalled both. Not the same as the first problem with a Perl permission error - nothing in the UI at all.
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thewitt

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My issue above was a bug, support informed me of the solution and it worked fine.

Permissions on /usr/local/directadmin/plugins need to be set to 711.
 

maxi32

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My issue above was a bug, support informed me of the solution and it worked fine.

Permissions on /usr/local/directadmin/plugins need to be set to 711.

That is similar solution posted on #6. Reset all directadmin permission files.
 
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