installer - amahi-installer -f creates 2 sets of config variables, prevents applications from appearing
I attempted to use amahi-installer with the "-f" option to force a reinstall to correct my internal domain name. Here is what happened:
- Ran "amahi-installer
f" Went to http://localhost:2000 in browser to complete the process
- The web installer informed me to delete /etc/sysconfig/amahi-hda, which I did
- The web installer then asked for my new key. I provided it and installation appeared to complete normally, asking for the reboot at the end.
- After reboot, when going to the Apps tab, there are no apps available to install, with the error message "There are no applications available at this time.
This could be due to a lack of network connectivity."
I then ran hda-settings, and it produced 2 sets of configuration variables. One from my original installation and one from the new one. So I'm guessing it's using the first set, including the old API key, and is not being allowed access to the applications.
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