The new jstree

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yuval_ba
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The new jstree

#1 Post by yuval_ba » Wed Oct 16, 2013 9:38 am

Hi,
I recently updated cacti using yum update (CentOS 6.4):

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Sep 22 09:34:03 Updated: cacti-0.8.8b-2.el6.noarch
After the upgrade the Tree View changed to the new Java Tree applet.
Why was this change done?
The new tree does not look good for me and less convenient to use.
Is there any way to rollback to the old HTML tree?

Thanks

paulgevers
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Re: The new jstree

#2 Post by paulgevers » Fri Oct 18, 2013 3:04 pm

This change was not (yet) done by Cacti but by your distribution. The license of the old tree does not fit with most Linux distributions.

Please read my response in this other thread: http://forums.cacti.net/viewtopic.php?f ... 95#p245295
Maintainer of cacti in Debian (and Ubuntu).
Cacti 1.* is now officially supported on Debian Stretch via Debian backports
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