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I have a few servers that have been upgraded to the SPA plugin and the old links for LVE have disappeared.

How can I get those links back

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  1. 24.04.2017 18:04:59
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Could you please clarify what links you are talking about? We would like to understand the nature of the problem.
  1. 28.04.2017 21:04:39
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I am Sorry.
I am speaking of the links that use to be in my Direct Admin Panel
In the Admin side only CageFS still shows The LVE manager link vanished
in the user side the Resource Usage Link has vanished.

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  1. 29.04.2017 12:04:25
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Do you really have lvemanager installed? Can you please show me?:

rpm -q lvemanager
rpm -V lvemanager
  1. 30.04.2017 17:04:13
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Well it was for years until the SPA update, does the update uninstall it?
  1. 30.04.2017 18:04:16
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lvemanager-2.0-16.4.el6.cloudlinux.noarch

rpm -V lvemanager
S.5....T. /etc/cron.d/lvemanager-cron
......G.. /usr/http://selector.etc/php.ini
......G.. /usr/selector/lsphp
......G.. /usr/selector/php
......G.. /usr/selector/php-cli
  1. 01.05.2017 06:05:40
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From above I see it is in place, and nothing critical broken. Please create support ticket, we would like to check the issue in place.
  1. 14.05.2017 19:05:00
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Thank You,
Seems DirectAdmin's, custom-build needed updating and rebuilding.
Now however I get an error
Sudo:no tty present and no askpass program specified

I followed info found online for resolving this but it has not worked.

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  1. 15.05.2017 08:05:51
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Do you use regular 'admin' account to access and manage DirectAdmin? Or some another administrator user? If so, have you add it to required group with da-addsudoer command?

Please also check if you have "Defaults:%clsudoers !requiretty" in /etc/sudoers file.
  1. 15.05.2017 11:05:20
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Reg Admin although name has been changed and is reflected in etc/sudoers and all looks fine as far as the "Defaults:%clsudoers !requiretty"
  1. 15.05.2017 11:05:23
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Ok then, please create support ticket with us.
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