Attempting to login to the dashboard. crashes

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When attempting to login to our concrete dashboard it crashes with this error
Zend \ Http \ Client \ Adapter \ Exception \ TimeoutException (1000)

Please help

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ConcreteOwl replied on at Permalink Best Answer Reply
ConcreteOwl
I have found that if the login redirect is using the default setting (DESKTOP) that it significantly slows down the login process.
To change this manually go to application/config/generated_overrides/concrete.php and around line 19 you should see
'login_redirect' => 'DESKTOP',

Change it to...
'login_redirect' => 'HOMEPAGE',

Just ignore the message at the top of this page that states 'DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE DIRECTLY' since you are able to amend it in the dashboard.
bterbeek replied on at Permalink Reply
That fixed that, however it crashes in the same way when when adding functionality > Get more add ons

I also in my failed attempts of fixing the issue, I deleted my project and thinking I could reconnect, however when looking to do that it's not showing up in the add functionality
ConcreteOwl replied on at Permalink Reply
ConcreteOwl
That's because concrete5.org does not respond in a timely fashion when accessing it through 'Add Functionality' (same issue as the welcome page).
The trick is... Don't try to get addons and themes through the dashboard, instead get them from
https://www.concrete5.org/marketplace...
download them to your PC and add them manually to your Packages folder, then you will find them ready to install when you visit the 'Add Functionality' page.
JohntheFish replied on at Permalink Reply
JohntheFish
These issues are likely to be related. Both the default login target page and browsing addons are looking for data from concrete5.org.

It could be that your site's connection to your concrete5.org account is not configured correctly.

If you can't get that sorted out, @concreteOwl's suggestion is the way round it.