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Users cannot create VM

I've just installed the new version 3.0 and the very first thing I noticed is that the end user cannot create VMs from the cloud view. I made sure that I gave the right permissions but still nothing. 

Mustafa Albayati

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When you say that the end user is not able to create VMs means that the user is getting error when creating a VM or that is not able to see any templates to deploy.

If the user is not able to see templates make sure that the imported templates have user permissions to the group or other.

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The user cannot see the green plus sign as you can see below, and also you can see that I gave that user the right for everything. 

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We are looking what can be the problem and possible solutions. We'll come back to you as soon as we know more. Meanwhile you can change the view to groupadmin.

Thanks for reporting.

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There is a problem with the cloud view that can fixed with a small file change.

  • Enable ssh access to the vOneCloud appliance following these instructions:

http://docs.vonecloud.today/3.0/appliance_configuration/control_panel.html#control-panel-system-options-ssh

  • Connect as root to the frontend using ssh. If you are using windows you can use the software PUTTY, for Linux or Mac OS X you can use the terminal:
ssh root@<your frontend>
  • Execute this command, do a copy and paste as any change to the command can make it fail:
sed -i 's/^            templates: false$/            templates: true/' /etc/one/sunstone-views/cloud.yaml
  • Close the ssh terminal an return to vOneCloud control panel
  • Restart OpenNebula
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