Submit button doesn't work on selecting default locales on Freepbx14


Operating system is CentOS7 and Asterisk Version is 13.16. I’ve freshly installed Freepbx14 but when the UI asks me about my locale the submit button doesn’t react. What can I do?

I’m talking about this page:

I’ve installed Freepbx manually.

Hey all.

I’ve got the same issue on a new Centos 7, Asterisk 14 & FreePBX 14 build. Can anyone shed some light on this? I’ve tried to manually set timezone via the timedatectl command but still the UI insists on setting it from there but “submit” button doesn’t post.


Hi there,

Just installed Centos 7, Asterisk 14 & FreePBX 14 as per guide

Everything went smoothly without any issues except for when logging into the UI and prompted to select default locales. After making selection, hitting the submit button doesn’t do anything and wont post and accept changes. Can’t go to any other page until the default local is selected so stuck there until a proposed fix is suggested.



Can you look at the developer console for errors?

How do I access the developer console?


Press either CTRL + SHIFT + J to open the “console” tab of the Developer Tools.
Alternative method:

Press either CTRL + SHIFT + I or F12 to open the Developer Tools.
Press ESC (or click on “Show console” in the bottom right corner) to slide the console up.
Note: In Chrome’s dev tools, there is a “console” tab. However, a smaller “slide-up” console can be opened while any of the other tabs is active.


Press CTRL + ALT + I to open the Web Inspector.
See Chrome’s step 2. (Chrome and Safari have pretty much identical dev tools.)
Note: Step 1 only works if the “Show Develop menu in menu bar” check box in the Advanced tab of the Preferences menu is checked!


Press F12 to open the developer tools.
Click the “console” tab.

Press CTRL + SHIFT + K to open the Web console (COMMAND + SHIFT + K on Macs).
or, if Firebug is installed
Press F12 to open Firebug.
Click on the “console” tab.

Press CTRL + SHIFT + I to open Dragonfly.
Click on the “console” tab.

Thank you didn’t know about this! So this output keeps repeating:

Uncaught TypeError: $.cookie is not a function
at HTMLButtonElement. (config.php:625)
at HTMLButtonElement.dispatch (jquery-3.1.1.min.js:3)
at HTMLButtonElement.q.handle (jquery-3.1.1.min.js:3)

I also notice this:

Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 404 (Not Found)

Sorry, just noticed the config file and line in question didn’t get pasted:


The failed to load resources refers to:


Just here to mention that I have the same problem with a manual installation also but instead centos with Debian 8.8.

from the CLI: fwconsole ma upgradeall

Thanks a bunch that fixed the issue Andrew!


Thank you. When we get the distro upgrade script out I will go and build another RPM and distro.

Fixed mine also. Thanks.

same problem but fwconsole ma upgradeall didn’t solve it