Yes, you are tru...before that i have installed app-protocol-filter and app-protocol-filter-core via ssh,
and remove/uninstalled it via marketplace...maybe some package still in system and not remove completedly.
Quick update. The repos have been updated and the mirrors should be all up-to-date within a few hours. That's the second time this has happened in recent months and it we certainly have to make sure it doesn't happen again.
Dave Loper wrote: Our upstream linux distribution changed some fundamental things which renders the Xconsole a bit wonky. In the past we had included a config that was very stripped down and very basic. That doesn't seem to work here now for some and some users (even some users of ClearBOX) will end up with an invalid Screen set. We will have a fix for the mainline code that should work and we need people to test the update that fixes this. Peter will give some info for testers.
If you really, really need a quick fix you can remove the vm.conf file and recreate one that works with your monitor. Perform the following steps to do a manual intervention of your Clearconsole:
1) Exit the console session to another screen by typing Ctrl+Alt+F2.
2) Log into this console as 'root'
3) Kill the Xwindows session with 'killall xinit'
4) move the vm.conf file:
mv /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/vm.conf /root/vm.conf.bad
5) recreate a new config:
6) Move this new file into place:
mv /root/xorg.conf.new /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/vm.conf
7) Switch back to the Text console by pressing typing 'exit' and Enter. Then type Ctrl+Alt+F1
8) Log into the TUI console by supplying the root password for the 'Administrator' login.
9) "Launch Graphics-mode Console" by pressing F2 or by pressing <Enter> with that option highlighted.
This work for IBM Xseries and Lennovo. Thanks.
Hopefully the new ISO, was released soon.
I've just looked at the ClearCARE support queue and I'm not seeing any open issues that seem to have been related to the 6.6 roll-out.
Granted, it didn't go perfectly and we're looking at ways in v7 to be able to stagger the updates so we can have the same sort of QC process that is in place and successful in normal updates (eg. goes to Community firs for testingt unless security-related and deemed urgent, in which case it's reversed), however, any Pro users who had problems were handled by the ClearCenter support team (not on Community forums but through the support ticket queue).
If you have any issues related to 6.6 update and are on Professional, please, throw us a ticket, even if you don't have a subscription that includes support. At least it will be logged and reviewed by the devel team, and if we've broken something for the masses, we'll fix it...we're not going to ding you for per-incident costs. That would be...dirty.