When attempting to create any instance, I click "Create Instance" and literally nothing happens. I see no issues in the console for ADS or anything in audit log, in fact I see nothing
click "Create Instance" and nothing happens
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Same here. I came to post this same thing. Just did a fresh install (not previously installed) of AMP v2.1.1 on Linux Mint 20.1. It seems to be running fine, but some of the UI buttons don't do anything. Can't create new instance for any application. Also noticed that in the User Profile screen, if you click Mobile Login to bring up the QR code window, clicking the "Finish" button will not dismiss the window.
Have tried Chrome, Firefox, Brave and Edge (with and without extensions enabled) from my Windows 10 workstation, and also in Brave on the Linux localhost. Same problem in all cases.
Tried enabling debug logging, then install an instance of Minecraft. Log shows only this:
[17:15:42] [InstanceManager:mcadmin Debug] : Fetching metadata for Minecraft from /home/amp/.ampdata/instances/ADS01/Plugins/MinecraftModule/MinecraftModule.dll...
Still nothing happens in web gui.
ampinstmgr --nocache upgradeall as your
amp user -- should take care of it.
Edit: Followed by CTRL+F5 to do a force reload.
I am having this issue as well,
OS Linux Platform Ubuntu 20.04.2 LTS System Type x86_64 Virtualization None Module ADSModule Loaded Plugins FileManagerPlugin, EmailSenderPlugin, WebRequestPlugin, LocalFileBackupPlugin, CommonCorePlugin Application Name AMP Application Version 220.127.116.11 Release Stream Release Build Date 27/04/2021 14:23 InstanceID 9bfcd7a2-06fa-41b7-a544-0519366db4c4 Last Executable /usr/bin/ldd Last Arguments --version Last Process ID 1215
Fresh Ubuntu 20 LTS install, Webmin Amp
HW: Dell Precision 690 2x Intel(R) Xeon(TM) CPU 3.20GHz(2C/4T) 8GB Ram 250Gb SSD
ampinstmgr --nocache upgradeallas your
ampuser -- should take care of it.
Much thanks. Looks like that worked. (After refreshing the browser with CTRL-F5)
after running that command, restart AMP via the support panel, fixed me right up.
I still have the problem.
I entered the command in the console and pressed ctrl + F5.
Even a restart did not help.
Run through it again, for Windows machines an extra reboot may be required.