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Mahesh Kalal

03/23/2022, 4:55 PM
Hello all We have a self hosted Cal installed in Ubuntu. I already added public license agree in .env file but still message is showing when login. Also restarted service and server but same issue. Also second question I access this using a mydomain URL but when I click Signout user it redirect on http://localhost:3000/auth/logout and page can not be display error in in browser. Any help will be appreciated
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Praveen Alexis

03/23/2022, 7:09 PM
try yarn build, fixed it
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Demian N

03/23/2022, 11:25 PM
It works fine for me. Can you double check the env and the value? It should be:
NEXT_PUBLIC_LICENSE_CONSENT=agree
A potential problem, but I doubt about it, will be that you are hitting the build cache (managed by turbo) instead of rebuilding the source with the new value for that env. You can try bypassing the cache using
yarn build --force
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Mahesh Kalal

03/24/2022, 2:17 PM
Thanks for the reply I Did already CONSENT=agree. Here is screencap of my .env file Yes I tried yarn build --force too but same issue. Not resolved any issue ether display Consent banner or redirect to http://localhost:3000/auth/logout while sign-out @Demian N You are right it shows me Turbo while "yarn start" Attached screenshot
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Demian N

03/24/2022, 4:58 PM
Yes, you are seeing turbo logs but 'cache missed" means you are rebuilding from source, not using the cache. Not sure what's going on there. Are you using the latest Cal release (v1.4)? Can you check on that?
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Mahesh Kalal

03/24/2022, 5:04 PM
How to check my cal version? is it latest or not
I am thankful if any one can help in this regarding.
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Demian N

03/29/2022, 7:35 PM
If you are using v1.4 I believe the version number is located below your user's avatar in a small font size. If there is nothing there, you probably not using cal@latest and you will need to refetch the repo and pull from it for the latest version, or download the source from the archived files at the releases page in GH
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