Which browser do you use? Can you provide me the browser console log?
The helpful docs (http://docs.vonecloud.today/3.2/simple_cloud_deployment/download_and_deploy.html) suggest I can click a start button, just before section 4.
But I don't see it on this install. Where'd it go?
I worry that something's wrong with my absolutely-fresh ova deployment. Agree? Is 3.2 especially half-baked or did I somehow mess up a Paint By Numbers deployment? :-D
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I'm using Chrome.
Strangely enough as well, I can't seem to enter the config section to enable SSH: on clicking, the page sits loading for minutes at a time without giving up, showing any data or emitting a message to the console log.
Another bit that may not be relevant is this banner:
Normally I'd want to shut that off, because it's Enterprise; but it's just a PoC for funding so it's too ephemeral to really matter. Are we depending on an ubisoft-style umbilical connection before pages load? I'd check for an open, lame socket if I could; can we instantiate the OVA with a switch to start/allow SSH into the appliance for diagnostics?
To activate SSH, you can use the VMware console of the VM and use ctrl + alt + f1 to access a terminal and activate the SSH manually.
Regarding the banner, it is most likely that your vOne doesn't have internet access.
Of course it doesn't have access to the internet. It's a secure environment. Is this now a requirement?
An earlier install seemed not to suffer like this; was it probably just luck, or is this Ubisoft-like tether a new issue?
Is this problem only present in vOneCloud, and an install of OpenNebula may not have it, or is the tether issue inherited from Upstream?
>> An earlier install seemed not to suffer like this; was it probably just luck, or is this Ubisoft-like tether a new issue?
It has always been like this. In order for vOneCloud to check and apply updates, it needs to be able to connect to the vOneCloud repositories. In any case, automatic updates are only available to users with an active support subscription.
For any other operation (except from opening support tickets and connecting to the public marketplace), internet connection is not needed. Many of vOneCloud users do not have internet connection.