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    Johan Sölve
    @johansolve
    Toggl API responds with time_entry can't be blank.
    The exact same curl line copied to terminal works just fine and my Toggl timer is started.
    I have no idea why the results differ, and why Toggl doesn’t see the json payload when sent from os_process while it works fine in terminal.
    Any ideas why, or how to troubleshoot further?
    Steffan Cline
    @SteffanCline
    That’s odd. I’ve had a hard time with Twitter auth too this past week. I’d have to think in that one. If it works from terminal it should via Lasso
    Johan Sölve
    @johansolve
    I have tried calling curl as the lasso user in terminal to make it more similar to os_process, hoping it would fail as when calling with os_process. It made no difference, still worked fine in terminal.
    I also tried to examine the environment that os_process launches the executable with, but couldn’t figure oput how to do that
    Mac-TV.de
    @mac_tv_twitter

    Hello! Can anyone point me to a solution? in the LUX interface, when I click on the tab "Ressources", I get an error after waiting 10 seconds:

    Error code -1
    Error Message Timeout waiting for fastcgi protocol reply

    From what I have read so far it could an issue with Spitfire?

    It's a fresh install of Lasso 9.3.1-4, running on CentOS 7, Apache and MariaDB.

    Any thoughts on this? I want to make sure everything is ok before I move my projects to this new server.

    Any help would be awesome! -Joern

    Steffan Cline
    @SteffanCline
    Restart the Lasso 9 instance manager.
    sudo lasssoimd restart
    Mac-TV.de
    @mac_tv_twitter
    Thanks for your reply! When I do this, I get a list of database connections, and at the end it's this:
    Unable to locate LUX in /var/lasso/global_cli_home/, check value of LASSO9_HOME
    When I look into /var/lasso/global_cli_home/ there is no file or folder called LUX.
    In /var/lasso/global_cli_home/ are two folders: LassoModules and SQLiteDBs.
    Any thoughts where to look?
    Steffan Cline
    @SteffanCline
    I don’t have my laptop handy to check. Have you restarted the server just to test?
    Mac-TV.de
    @mac_tv_twitter
    Yes, I rebooted the server. A test webpage is working fine. FLUX shows its blue interface. But when I click on the tab "Ressources", it will pause 10 seconds and then show "Timeout waiting for fastcgi protocol reply". The URL changes from /lasso9/lux/ressources to /lasso9/lux/ressources/reference, so there seems to be some action.
    Mac-TV.de
    @mac_tv_twitter
    Just to follow up on this... I returned to Lasso 8.6, since both L8 and L9 seem to be out of development, which is very sad. But if they are both end of life, I can avoid all the effort to move to L9. Steffan, I found your advice on how to get L8.6 running on CentOS 7 (on LassoTalk). That was a great help! Your are a genius! Thank you very much! Now I need to figure out how to deal with CentOS 7, L8.6 and ImageMagick... Well... sigh I saw your trick with CentOS 6.7 that you postet some time ago. But what to do with CentOS 7...
    Dave Von Sky
    @skyvondave
    ^ Ohh this looks good... I'd love to update our Lasso 8.x servers to CentOS 7. I'm not sure what the difference is between L8 and Lasso 8.6 is though (maybe I'm not sure what you mean)... Is 8.6 still in development? I'm afraid too much of Lasso stuff will just disappear from the internet, and I'm finding it harder to find things through web searches, which is why I'm here!
    Dave Von Sky
    @skyvondave
    I wanna save this whole chat as a file XD
    Steffan Cline
    @SteffanCline
    Not sure why you had issues with L9 on CentOS 7. I’ve been fine. I noticed you said you’re using -4. I don’t think I’m on that version. Are you having issues with the image tags with 8.6 on CentOS 7?
    Mac-TV.de
    @mac_tv_twitter
    Steffan, yes, I have problems with ImageMagick on Lasso 8.6 and CentOS 7. CentOS 7.7 installs ImageMagick 6.7.8.9-18.el7 (x86_64). This version of IM installs /usr/lib64/libMagickCore.so.5. But Lasso 8.6.3 looks for libMagickCore.so.4. Because of that the Image-Tags do not load. You mentioned a fix somewhere in this chat: removing the new version of ImageMagick, removing Lasso, then installing the old version of ImageMagick (6.5.4), then installing Lasso again. But this fix was tested on CentOS 6, where ImageMagick 6.5 was once built for, and I'm not sure if I can install the old ImageMagick on CentOS 7.
    Shelane French
    @shelane
    The old ImageMagick has security issues too. There is an "official" 8.6.4 built for CentOS 7 although they have not posted it on the website. http://miniserver.internal.treefrog.ca/Lasso/
    Mac-TV.de
    @mac_tv_twitter
    And this new Version 8.6.4 "just works" with CentOS 7, without the "hacks" that Steffan posted for the beta of 8.6.3? And ImageMagick?
    Shelane French
    @shelane
    So far, yes.
    Mac-TV.de
    @mac_tv_twitter
    Do you have it running?
    Shelane French
    @shelane
    My IM version:
    convert -version
    Version: ImageMagick 6.7.8-9 2019-04-15 Q16 http://www.imagemagick.org
    Copyright: Copyright (C) 1999-2012 ImageMagick Studio LLC
    Features: OpenMP
    Yes, I have it running on internal servers.
    Mac-TV.de
    @mac_tv_twitter
    OMG I can't believe this...
    How can this be?? I read so many postings on so many websites that people need an updated Version of Lasso 8.6, and nobody had a solution, just hacks!
    Shelane French
    @shelane
    Also my OS: Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 7.7 (Maipo)
    Mac-TV.de
    @mac_tv_twitter
    So this should work on CentOS 7.7, too.
    Shelane French
    @shelane
    Their website shows that they are working on a CentOS 7 version. This is it. I don't know why they haven't put it on the official download page yet.
    Eric sent the link to me directly.
    Mac-TV.de
    @mac_tv_twitter
    Yes, the websites says so. But the website is old and not up to date.
    Shelane French
    @shelane
    Yes, it should work on CentOS 7.7. That is what they test on. We have RHEL which is essentially the same thing.
    Mac-TV.de
    @mac_tv_twitter
    omg, if this is true I will marry you.
    Shelane French
    @shelane
    Sorry, I'm taken. I hope the install works out for you.
    Mac-TV.de
    @mac_tv_twitter
    Yes, I will try and report back. Thanks so much!
    Mac-TV.de
    @mac_tv_twitter
    So, I'm back! That was interesting, but there are still some problems... :-)
    Yes, I could install Lasso 8.6.4, and it's running.
    No, ImageMagick doesn't work.
    I have ImageMagick 6.7.8.9.
    Lasso 8.6.4 has a folder in /usr/local/Lasso Professional 8/Extensions/ImageTag for ImageMagick 6.6.x x86_64
    There is the ImageTag.so file. The file date is from March 4th 2019.
    Mac-TV.de
    @mac_tv_twitter
    There's more! Treefrog closed access to the server where I could download Lasso 8.6.4. So maybe there is somebody from the Lasso team reading this? If so, here's a customer!
    Shelane French
    @shelane
    Reach out to Eric Knibbe directly for it.
    Mac-TV.de
    @mac_tv_twitter
    Yes, I have sent him an email. Let's see if I get a response.
    That's a good advice, thanks.
    Johan Sölve
    @johansolve
    miniserver works for me now. I assume it’s not production level on the hosting of it :)
    Mac-TV.de
    @mac_tv_twitter
    miniserver shows me a login with username/password. Before that it was just a list of files, like any of the other Lasso download repositories.
    Mac-TV.de
    @mac_tv_twitter
    The official release of Lasso 8.6 is built for CentOS 5 and 6. But CentOS 5/6 cannot be installed on many modern servers anymore, because it's too old. This makes it even more urgent to publish a working solution for CentOS 7. So far it works on CentOS 7 only with some hacks that Steffan figured out some years ago, but it's not ideal. I don't know what's holding it back.
    Johan Sölve
    @johansolve
    I get no login prompt on that server. I downloaded them and share the files here for you https://billy.montania.se/s/4ftsGBkRCaYL6T5
    Mac-TV.de
    @mac_tv_twitter
    Oh, thank you