did you install Kimchi in wok/src/wok/plugins ?
Seems that you have installed only Wok. In order to run Kimchi you need
1- Wok [The web server]
2- Gingerbase [It is a Wok plugin that provide some functionalities to
3- Kimchi [Kimchi plugin itself]
On 06/01/2016 10:30 AM, Ramon Medeiros wrote:
send us your access-log and error-log. Maybe you forgot to run
./autogen.sh --system on Kimchi code, which is responsible for
On 06/01/2016 01:17 AM, sunpenghua(a)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
> PH: +8613488651111
> sunpenghua(a)sina.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
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IBM Systems & Technology Group
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