Newly Installed Plugins Disappear After Restart

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c_will
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Newly Installed Plugins Disappear After Restart

Post by c_will » 13 Sep 2017 21:53

Newbie here. I'm having difficulty installing any and all plugins. The installation process proceeds without any red flags, errors, etc, but after Gephi restarts, all of the plugins I installed are missing from Installed (shows the same count as before the install)

Selecting SigmaExporter for install. Note 75 plugins currently installed.
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Installation successful. Asking for restart.
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If I click "Restart Later" I can see SigmaExporter in the list of installed plugins (count is now 76), but needing a restart.
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After restarting Gephi, the plugin has disappeared from the list of installed plugins. I'm now back at 75 installed plugins.
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I'm running Gephi 0.9.1 on Windows 7 64-bit. This is a work machine, so I have to request temporary admin privileges to make changes in the Program Files directories. Tried installing outside of Program Files in My Documents and a network drive with the same result. Other colleagues have gotten it to work without a hiccup on their work machines, so I'm not sure why the plugins aren't working on mine. Any help would be appreaciated!

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Re: Newly Installed Plugins Disappear After Restart

Post by eduramiba » 14 Sep 2017 20:50

Does it work if you manually close and start again instead of restart?

c_will
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Re: Newly Installed Plugins Disappear After Restart

Post by c_will » 14 Sep 2017 22:02

No, same result :cry:

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Re: Newly Installed Plugins Disappear After Restart

Post by joseph » 08 Feb 2018 09:02

I have exactly same problem with gephi 0.9.2 installed in ubuntu 16.04! :-( Is there a solution?

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Re: Newly Installed Plugins Disappear After Restart

Post by joseph » 10 Feb 2018 18:24

I notice that Gephi does not RESTART at all. After manual restart NETBEANS does not show up like in Windows10. Is this this warning related: WARNING] use of system property netbeans.user has been obsoleted in favor of InstalledFileLocator/Places at org.gephi.ui.upgrader.Upgrader.getCurrentVersion(Upgrader.java:123) [INFO].

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Re: Newly Installed Plugins Disappear After Restart

Post by esptra » 16 Feb 2018 17:25

Same problem. Gephi 0.9.2, Ubuntu 16.
It seems it install a plugin but is not there when I restart (and yes, it does not restart automatically)

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Re: Newly Installed Plugins Disappear After Restart

Post by joseph » 17 Feb 2018 19:14

Dear fellow Linux-Ubuntu users, are the following warnings reporting to the above issue? ...

[INFO] System network proxy resolver: Gnome
[INFO] GSettings system proxy resolver: direct connection
[INFO] System network proxy reloading succeeded.
[INFO] System network proxy - mode: direct
[INFO] System network proxy: fell to default (correct if direct mode went before)
[INFO] USG_LOOK_AND_FEEL
[WARNING] use of system property netbeans.user has been obsoleted in favor of InstalledFileLocator/Places at org.gephi.ui.upgrader.Upgrader.getCurrentVersion(Upgrader.java:123)
[INFO] Current Version is 092
[WARNING] Services/AutoupdateType/org_gephi_branding_update_center.instance: url_key attribute deprecated in favor of url
[WARNING] Services/AutoupdateType/org_gephi_branding_update_center_1.instance: url_key attribute deprecated in favor of url

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Re: Newly Installed Plugins Disappear After Restart

Post by joseph » 18 Feb 2018 00:31

Think I solved the problem ... : To test if Java was functioning I ran in the terminal /home/username/ ./bin/gephi --jdkhome $JAVA_HOME and netbeans was running and installing the updates. So I changed in the 'config' file that is stored in the directory 'etc' the default location of JDK/JRE by adding the path to jdk with: jdkhome=$JAVA_HOME. Now can also add/install also other plugins!

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