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Does anyone know how to launch the web ui from the command line of the VIo server?
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by:Mohammed Hamada
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try asmmenu
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by:corgano
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When attempting to run asmmenu I am getting 'file not found'

Is there a particular folder I should be running the command in?
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Thanks, but in this case I didn't do an install. I did a migration of an existing VIOS deployment from v1.5.x to v2.2

I had taken the same steps on another VIOS deployment previously, and did not see this problem.

Any other suggestions are greatly appreciated
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by:Duncan Roe
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If you would run strace -f asmmenu 2>asmmenu.txt and post asmmenu.txt as a file attachment (it will be big) then that will tell us which file is missing. By all means have a look for yourself first if you like.
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