Apps menu not showing

Hi! I’ve just installed emoncms 9.9.9 with module APP v2.0.0, but I don’t have any menu for apps.

I have menu for Input, feeds, Dashboard… but not Apps

I want to use MySolar app. How could I enable it?

Lots of thanks

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Emoncms Version 9.9.9
Modules Administration : App v2.0.0 : App v2.0.0 : Dashboard v1.1.1 : EventProcesses : Feed : Graph v1.0.0 : Input : CoreProcess : Schedule : Time : User : Visualisation
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App V2.0.0 requires Emoncms V10.0.0-beta.

I would recommend running the either switching to the master branch to obtain Emoncms V10.0.0-beta or switching to the stable branch of App to run App V1.2.1.

I would recommend switching to Emoncms master to run V10, it’s currently proving to be stable and will hopefully be released to stable branch in the next week or so.

For more info on Emoncms V10 see:

I think this partial release of sidebar is going to cause all sorts of problems. I’d suggest we really do not want folk move to master branch unless they really understand the longer term implications.

I did install emoncms with:

git clone -b stable

And app with:

git clone

With which brand I will get the new sidebar?

To get the master branch for the emoncms repository do a

git clone
git checkout master

However if you installed any other modules, you need to be on the master branch for them all.

The issue is that

  1. Not all modules (i.e. folders within the emoncms/Modules folder structure) are installed with the ‘core’ emoncms.
  2. Some additional Modules, that reside in separate repositories, are actually required to make everything work (for instance graph).
  3. Not all modules/repos have a ‘stable’ (or release) branch so when changes are merged into those master branches, that conflict with the emoncms stable branch, you get these issues.

It seems you are on a self install so moving to master for all repos should be OK.

BTW, your install is not quite right as it seems you had the App module installed twice (in 2 different folders under the Modules folder).


Sticking to master do the job. Now I have sidebar and Dashboard and Apps modules installed with no problem.


Well… Apps are working but I get this message in some dashboard
URI not acceptable. No controller 'graph'. (embed/)

How do I install graph in master and other core modules?

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Nice work.

In your Modules folder:

git clone

It does not make sense to me to publish modules which depend on a emoncms-version that is not available yet and thus ‘breaking’ it. I ran into the same issue and had to undo my 'git pull’s of the modules. Working now again.


Apologies for the confusion. If running the stable branch of emoncms core we recommend running the stable branch for each module. We have ensured that users running stable branches of all modules (e.g emonSD, emonPi , emonBase default branch) will not be effected by this change.

I see… I used (except for Emoncms) the master-branch…
Unfortunately switching to stable-branch did not work for all Modules I have installed. The device-module has no stable-branch.

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You can run the device master master branch, the menu item will be missing but the functionality can be accessed directly via URL (once logged in)


This will be fixed once Emoncms V10 is released in the next few days. Apologies for the inconvenience during this transition period.