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Here are some common questions:


If the following issues still do not solve your problem, you can seek help through the community.

How long does the login session last? It always makes me log in frequently.

In versions v1.4.0 and earlier, the login session lasts for 72 hours. If you access the system within these 72 hours, the session will renew for another 72 hours. Starting from version v1.4.0, the default duration has been changed to 168 hours (7 days). The renewal mechanism is still in place, and you can also configure the expiration duration yourself in the configuration file. Open the configuration file and find token_expires=168 under the base section. Change 168 to the number of hours you want to set. Save the file and restart the project for the changes to take effect.

Is Import and Export a Backup Feature?

Import and export are not backup features. They can only export the basic configuration of the icon cards in JSON format, not the image files. Currently, the project does not have a built-in backup feature, but it will be considered in the future.

Data Loss After Docker Version Upgrade

  1. In version v1.4.0, the Docker mounting directory was streamlined. Please strictly follow the tutorial to upgrade.
  2. Incorrect mounting directory. Please check the path and distinguish between uppercase and lowercase letters.

Docker Card Display Issues in the Project

Please use a Docker management tool to check if the container has been deleted or upgraded. If the container has been upgraded, the old container ID bound to the card will become unusable. You can edit the card to reselect the container.

Linux Binary Version Fails to Run

If the Linux binary version downloaded from GitHub releases fails to run, you can try downloading the version marked with musl.

What is the Intranet/Extranet Environment (Mode); Can Only the Corresponding Icon Cards be Displayed?

The author's concept of intranet and extranet environments can be understood as our current real environment.

For example, if the project (Sun-Panel) is deployed on a machine at home, and we are also accessing the project from home, we can set the Sun-Panel environment on the home computer as the intranet environment. We can set the Sun-Panel environment on computers commonly used outside of the home as the extranet environment. This way, there's no need to switch frequently, and there's no confusion.

Based on the above understanding and considering that in the intranet environment, we may also need to access extranet addresses and vice versa, there is no distinction between intranet and extranet environments for displaying icons.

Due to framework security restrictions, this feature is not supported for now. It will be addressed in the future. Currently, you can achieve this functionality through custom JS.

Docker version system monitoring cannot find the host's disk

Mount the disk to the container's directory by using the mount option, for example: -v /mnt/usb2-2:/sata1. Here, /mnt/usb2-2 is the host path, and /sata1 is the mapped path, which can be named as you like.

Set as the browser homepage

To set the project as the homepage when opening a new window, you can use a browser extension since the project currently doesn't have a browser plugin version. You can install an extension from the browser's extension market, such as custom New Tab or a similar one, and then set your navigation page address as the default homepage within the extension. Additionally, you can install the project address as an application in the browser, allowing you to place the website icon on the start bar and desktop for quick access.

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