jvybihal Respected Contributor.
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configupdate.sh shows jibberish after upgrade to 4.7.1

I am using headless server, meaning it has no GUI (runlevel 3).

For running configupdate.sh in GUI mode, I always used ssh X11 forwarding, and it worked just fine. But after the upgrade, my configupdate.sh started looking like this:




I tried to connect from different boxes, it looks always like this.

Has anybody some ideas to fix it?

//edit: the upgrade was from 4.7.


idm2 /opt/netiq/idm/apps/configupdate # LC_ALL=C ./configupdate.sh
Sep 27, 2018 1:51:23 PM com.netiq.internal.installer.idm.ldap.RunStateImpl dump
FINE: [CFG] Environment:
help=false
install=false
is_prov=true
edition=ADVANCED
provider_url=jnp://localhost:1099
file=/opt/netiq/idm/apps/tomcat/webapps/IDMProv.war
extFile=/opt/netiq/idm/apps/UserApplication/IDMPwdMgt.war
stop_deployer=false
use_ssl=true
use_console=false
read_pwd=true
debug=true
installDir=/opt/netiq/idm/apps/UserApplication
silent=null
force-no-userapp=false
force-no-reporting=false
reporting-config=system
force-no-ig=false
no-save=false
Sep 27, 2018 1:51:24 PM com.netiq.internal.installer.idm.ldap.connector.LdapConnector checkCertificate
FINE: [CFG] Checking Identity Vault connection certificate.
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: configupdate.sh shows jibberish after upgrade to 4.7.1

Hi, I remember the same issues when I did this. If I am not totally
mistaken, I solved it by setting an environment variable (export
LAX_DEBUG=true) and then tried again. It will show you missing
dependencies (figured that out during an install on CentOS)

anyway, in the end I was able to solve the UI Issue by installing a
'sans' type font

yum install dejavu-lgc-sans-fonts

T.

On 09/27/2018 02:04 PM, jvybihal wrote:
>
> I am using headless server, meaning it has no GUI (runlevel 3).
>
> For running configupdate.sh in GUI mode, I always used ssh X11
> forwarding, and it worked just fine. But after the upgrade, my
> configupdate.sh started looking like this:
>
> [image: https://i.imgur.com/r29MCdZ.png]
>
>
> I tried to connect from different boxes, it looks always like this.
>
> Has anybody some ideas to fix it?
>
> //edit: the upgrade was from 4.7.
>



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jvybihal Respected Contributor.
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Re: configupdate.sh shows jibberish after upgrade to 4.7.1

@Thorsten amazing catch! Installing sans font indeed helped. Thank you very much!

JV

Thorsten;2488199 wrote:
Hi, I remember the same issues when I did this. If I am not totally
mistaken, I solved it by setting an environment variable (export
LAX_DEBUG=true) and then tried again. It will show you missing
dependencies (figured that out during an install on CentOS)

anyway, in the end I was able to solve the UI Issue by installing a
'sans' type font

yum install dejavu-lgc-sans-fonts

T.

On 09/27/2018 02:04 PM, jvybihal wrote:
>
> I am using headless server, meaning it has no GUI (runlevel 3).
>
> For running configupdate.sh in GUI mode, I always used ssh X11
> forwarding, and it worked just fine. But after the upgrade, my
> configupdate.sh started looking like this:
>
> [image: https://i.imgur.com/r29MCdZ.png]
>
>
> I tried to connect from different boxes, it looks always like this.
>
> Has anybody some ideas to fix it?
>
> //edit: the upgrade was from 4.7.
>
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