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In Elastix, I get to amportal.conf via the /etc/ director. The file tells you:
"# AMPADMINLOGO: Defines the logo that is to be displayed at the TOP RIGHT of the admin screen.
# This enables you to customize the look of the administration screen.
# NOTE: images need to be saved in the ..../admin/images directory of your AMP install
# This image should be 55px in height
But nowwhere can I find the rigtht file logo.png
There are the following, but they are the wrong files:
It appears that AMPADMINLOGO=logo.png is calling out to something that is not there. I can't even find AMP directory. See below. Do I need to create a directory?