Cannot upload plugin manually 3.5.7

I've recently installed Confluence 3.5.7 on my linux box, and I cannot install Plugins. UPM does not list any plugins, and when I tried to install by uploading .jar plugin files manually, Uploading "xxx.jar". Please Wait pops up and hangs. Cannot find any fix or workaround anywhere, Please Help.

Thanks in advance,

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Joe Clark Atlassian Team Aug 11, 2011

1) To install plugins through the UPM, Confluence needs to be able to connect to the internet. Do you have any proxy settings or NAT in place which could affect this? Try looking at the atlassian-confluence.log to see if there are any interesting errors which may indicate a problem.

2) To upload plugins manually, I believe that the Confluence Base URL needs to be set correctly - have you done this? By default it gets set to "localhost".

Hi Joseph,

I've set the Confluence Base URL through General Configuration, and now I can install plugins smoothly :)

Thank you very much!!

Same for me, thank you very much!!

Hi Joseph,

I've set the Confluence Base URL through General Configuration, and now I can install plugins smoothly :)

Thank you very much!!

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