Not possible make white-labeling


We are trying to change the default UI (custom deployment), and We are follow the guide:

but We are having problems, We cannot change nothing, we are getting a error 404 that isnot possible to find the file manager_config.json

manager_config.json that is in folder:


root@openRemote:~/deployment/manager/app# cat manager_config.json
“realms”: {
“default”: {
“appTitle”: “Telfy IoT”,
“headers”: [
“map”, “assets”, “rules”, “insights”, “language”, “users”, “roles”, “account”, “logs”, “logout”
“styles”: “:host > * {–or-app-color2: #f0e8f2; --or-app-color4: #7b358b;}”,
“logo”: “/images/logo.png”,
“logoMobile”: “/images/logo-mobile.png”,
“favicon”: “/images/favicon.png”,
“language”: “en”

and even We have a json with the realm prueba and doesnot work

What Are We doing wrong?

Thank you

if I run the following command, I see only these files:

docker exec openremote_manager_1 ls -Rl /deployment
total 24
drwxr-xr-x 3 root root 4096 Sep 21 15:22 manager
-rw-r–r-- 1 root root 18596 Sep 29 14:40 openremote.log.0
-rw-r–r-- 1 root root 0 Sep 29 14:22 openremote.log.0.lck

total 4
drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 Sep 21 15:22 extensions

total 0

this is correct? if I want to have my own custom configuration.
None of the changes to /deployment seem to take effect on the UI.

Any ideas why this fails?

@Don has looked at this recently maybe he can help out here?

I already fixed this issue.

I had to edit the docker-compose.yml file with:

   - temp-data:/tmp
   - ./deployment:/deployment

Inside the ‘manager’ section.

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