Hi Penghua,

First of all, let me clarify some things.
Before Kimchi 2.0, Kimchi was a web application to manage KVM guests. Which means, it was responsible to setup the web server and load the Kimchi UI and features.
For Kimchi 2.0, the web server was separated from Kimchi code, originating Wok. Wok is a web framework based on plugins. And Kimchi is now a Wok plugin.
Because that, you see the Wok name and logo there

Are you running Wok from source code?

Kimchi depends on Wok and Ginger Base. From the screenshot you sent, I see the Ginger Base tabs, so apparently you have installed it successfully in addition to Wok.
Have you also installed kimchi ? Any issues with dependencies?

If you have installed kimchi package, seems it is not being loaded by Wok for some reason.
Could you send us the wok logs?

Or stop the wokd service (service wokd stop) and run it manually:

wokd --environment=dev

the "--enviroment=dev" is for getting more logs. You can copy/paste the command output.

To stop wokd you started manually, only do Ctrl+C.

Aline Manera

On 06/01/2016 01:17 AM, sunpenghua@sina.com wrote:


My name is Penghua and I am currently trying to install Kimchi to my server. My OS is RHEL 6.6.

I followed the instruction from Github and I thought I have installed it successful. By using Firefox, I could log in but there was no 'Virtualization' tab. Then I found the logo on the left up corner showed 'Wok' rather than 'Kimchi'. So I know the installation might have some problem. Can you help me?

Also, I attached a screenshot with this email to show the situation.


Penghua Sun
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