GUI Problems with fresh install of Asterisk 10 Stable Release Version

After a fresh installation of FreePBX-1.1007.210.58-x86_64-Netinstall-1344904533.iso It seems that the GUI is missing some css badly breaking it. Here is a screenshot of what I see in both Chrome and FF:

I’ve applied all upgrades currently available and here’s where I’m at:

[[email protected] ~]# cat /etc/asterisk/freepbxdistro-version
[[email protected] ~]#

Have I missed something or is this a bug?

Kind Regards,

Poking around the logs did not reveal anything unusual. FWIW, it is busted in IE 8 as well (using Chrome frame). I have restarted apache and tried from different client machines, but the issue persists.

Grep’ing around a bit seems to indicate that there may be a bunch of css missing. I see classes like these defined for the various menu items: module_menu_button ui-button ui-widget ui-state-default ui-corner-all ui-button-text-icon-secondary

Yet grep show no such classes defined in any css file in the site:

[[email protected] html]# grep -Ern ‘module_menu_button’ *
admin/views/menu.php:88: $mods[$t] = ‘
admin/assets/js/script.legacy.js:768: $(’.module_menu_button’).hover(
admin/assets/js/pbxlib.js:124:$(’.rnav > ul’).menu();$(’.radioset’).buttonset();$(’.menubar’).menubar().hide().show();$(’.module_menu_button’).hover(function(){$(this).click()},function(){});if(fpbx.conf.reload_needed){toggle_reload_button(‘show’);}
[[email protected] html]#

Maybe I’m way off base here since I am not at all familiar with this app…

Reading the code brought me to this:

Doing a quick google on DISABLE_CSS_AUTOGEN brought me to this:

Which brought me to this:

This is anything but a minor bug and it has nothing to do with installation. In its current default state it renders the gui interface useless. I’d like to see this bug upgraded and addressed. A quick-and-dirty fix would be to have the installer set DISABLE_CSS_AUTOGEN true by default, but I’m guessing there is a larger underlying issue here.

I’ll post these same comment to the bug.