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Hello,

Since the recent changes with Cameyo (which by and large are great), I'm now receiving a 404 error everytime I try to stream an app in a browser. 

This is happening on both local (LAN), and external (WAN) connection attempts to my local hosted server. Also, this is happening with public apps (in the public Cameyo library, such as VLC or Notepad++), as well as server command line "apps", or dropbox hosted apps.

The message is as following:

HTTP Status 404 - /app.html

 

type Status report

message /app.html

description The requested resource is not available.


Apache Tomcat/8.0.15

 

Any thought to the cause of this? Only thing that I had changed was the connector port on Tomcat from 8080 to 8070...Server installation config test passes, and I'm able to navigate to both the public and private address of the Tomcat instance, and get the Cameyo splash screen (the index.xhtml page)



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Quick UPDATE:

 

Changed Tomcat/Playserver back to the default port of 8080. Error still exists. If i drop a file called app.html in the root of Tomcat, it'll load that example file (no 404 error, but not the app, obviously) 

 

I'm assuming that app.html is supposed to procedurally generated though some script somewhere...which is not happening for some reason...or that somehow my Tomcat folder did not install fully?

Everything else seems to be working, logs are not showing any errors, and are in fact showing that the Cameyo app is being downloaded locally, and then timing out waiting for the user to connect...

 

Thanks in advance for checking into this.



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Can you try deleting C:\guacamole\BinCache\ROOT.war and restarting the server (or simply the Cameyo service) and see if it helps?
If it doesn't help, can you send us your server's name/address privately via support@ ?
Thanks

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@Cameyoco

That fixed everything. Thanks very much.

For your own QA/QI purposes, I was on the same troubleshooting path after I posted my second update and noticed something odd...

When I poking around the Tomcat folder, I noticed that the ROOT.war file in the C:\RapPrereqs\Tomcat\webapps folder actually had a last modified timestamp several weeks older than the ROOT.war file in the C:\guacamole\BinCache directory. Can't quite remember exactly when it was time stamped (February maybe?), but for some reason, the ROOT.war file that was downloaded to the bincache directory didn't properly get copied to the Tomcat folder.

Thanks again!

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