Changes in section aren't saved in Exercise: Validating user entries on forms
I have an issue with saving changes to section CollectEmployeeInfo_0. In the steps of "Configure the required fields on the Collect Employee Info Form" I have to set Required to Always for a couple of fields. After submitting these changes I save them. I can see the *, indicating the fields are now required. But when I refresh from the Actions menu, the changes have been reverted. How can I make these changes stay?
Make sure you check out the section. The section you are changing is actually in TGB-HRApps-Data-Employee. You will see a small arrow at the top right corner of the section within the section you already have checked out. Click on that; make your changes. Check the section back in. Check the section contained in TGB-HRApps-Work-Onboarding back in.
. The device manager in Ubuntu (Udev - standard device manager for the Linux 2.6 kernel) is getting stuck and will not update the network config file w/ the current network adapter configuration on your pc (the host).
2. The Marketing VMs are configured differently. One seems to have a host-only network configuration, the other seems to have a NAT network configuration.
So, when you boot up one VM, Ubuntu tries to reconcile what Udev thinks it knows about the host network adapter, and what the host network adapter really is.
For now, the easiest solution is to boot up the VM, let the network setup fail, then login to the VM console w/ root / password. If "password" does not work as the password, try: install.
Then, enter the following commands:
rm -f /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules
rm -f /lib/udev/write_net_rules
shutdown -r 0
You will need to do this each time you boot up a different VM. If you boot up say, VM one, then boot up VM one again, you will not have to rerun the commands. However, if you boot up VM one, the decide to boot up VM two, you will need to run the commands.
The other, more long term solution, is to set the network adapter settings on the VM to the same: either both VMs use NAT, or both VMs use Host-only network configurations.