thank you for the help none the less
You can’t run
fixperms as the amp user, need to be root
I’d also run as root
systemctl restart ampinstmgr
sudo systemctl restart ampinstmgr
Show output of
sudo systemctl status ampinstmgr
Weird stuff. Try this:
sudo su -l amp
ampinstmgr --nocache upgradeall
ampinstmgr start ADS
CubeCoders AMP 💻amp@zero 📁~ ampinstmgr stopallUnhandled Exception: - Pastebin.com , same error every time
Did you ever run the fixperms command as root?
exit the amp user shell to get back to the normal user.
sudo su -l to switch to root
No error? Possible progress? i ran it as root earlier but it didn’t work. this time it did
Still no web interface tho
Did you restart AMP?
su -l amp -c "ampinstmgr start ADS"
Ah, what does
df -h show?
In particular, is your root partition full?
Possibly? alittle odd considering its 120gb ssd
Yeah, rip you are full.
By default Ubuntu doesn’t take up the whole disk free space with the root logical volume unless you tell it to.
You will need to look into expanding the root logical volume and it’s file system to give you more space. Will be plenty of instructions on Google.
Note that your AMP install may have been borked regardless because of the space issue.
r…iii…ppp, hope there is a chance that’ll fix with a volume extend
You can also delete the old AMP cached downloads in /home/amp/.ampdata/instances to free up some space