Minor problem - the avatar graphic is not displaying correctly as shown below. I’m currently building a new Seafile install in my lab so I can get used to Linux install. So v8.0.4 was installed from scratch:
Configuring an avatar graphic doesn’t help:
As I was a little wary of v8.x, I also have a VM where I’ve installed v7.x first and then upgraded. The problem doesn’t occur that route. So suggests the v8.x install is missing something?
Same VM but running 7.x:
And carries on working during upgrade to v8.x
Inspecting the HTML, it’s linking to a graphic here but that folder doesn’t exit.
Later… it’s missing “:8000” in the IP address…
Later still: I don’t think this entry is correct in system settings:
Okay so that’s the problem. The SERVICE_URL was incorrect in site settings with the v8 clean install. I’m going to go through the set-up again just to double check. The advantage of checkpoints in Hyper-V
I had to restart the server for the change to make an effect. Guess I might have been able to just restart the seafile and seahub services.
I’ve just repeated this by re-installing v7.1.5 and v8.0.4 from scratch (no upgrades). v7.x gets the SERVICE_URL setting correct:
v8.0.4 gets the wrong requiring a change in system settings and a restart of either the web server or server itself:
Hey Rob … you want to help me instill sea file ? how much would you charge … Susan
I have the same problem with the avatar but I need to delete the :8000 behind the service_url.
If I change the serviceurl in the backend to my domain it doesn’t change anything on the avatars url.
Any idea how I can change it?