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Feature not showing in client panel

Discussion in 'User Experience' started by ilaurens, Nov 28, 2014.

  1. ilaurens

    ilaurens Active Member

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    I tried to install Varnish with end-user from Unixy. The install worked fine, it also shows the panel in the administration panel.

    But when the end-user is active, the client could see a Varnish option. But that is not shown. At first I thought the problem was Unixy's tool. But the same happened with CloudLinux. It just does not give a option in client area.

    1) I have tried to re-install OS and CPanel
    2) Option is enabled in Features manager and the package manager uses the features. Tested, but still does not work. Other options works fine.
    3) upgrade and downgrade of CPanel does not work either.
    4) Tried it also with a clean install. Does not work either.

    I have been working with it for a few days, and basically my patience is running out. Please help.
     
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    ilaurens Active Member

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    ilaurens Active Member

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    Seems like this problem is resolved.

    The varnish plugin had to re-install(or re-enabling end-user - I did a re-install first) after using the fix. And the rest is working smoothly now!

    Thanks a lot for the good support @Samir Jafferali

    Really happy with the fast time solving the issue, makes me feel like I have wasted a lot of time trying to solve this myself :P
     
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    What a royal pain the #$%^&*().... thanks for posting this fix... I already wasted a couple of hours of my life before I found this... thanks for keeping me from wasting more. LOL!
     
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