Installing problem (Ubuntu 17.10)

(lucky) #1

When installing

> WARNING: We are about to start downloading the Discourse base image
> This process may take anywhere between a few minutes to an hour, depending on your network speed
> Please be patient
> Unable to find image 'discourse/base:2.0.20171231' locally
> 2.0.20171231: Pulling from discourse/base
> 50aff78429b1: Pulling fs layer
> f6d82e297bce: Pulling fs layer
> 275abb2c8a6f: Pulling fs layer
> 9f15a39356d6: Pulling fs layer
> fc0342a94c89: Pulling fs layer
> 35787b1294ac: Pulling fs layer
> 9f15a39356d6: Waiting
> fc0342a94c89: Waiting
> 35787b1294ac: Waiting
> 275abb2c8a6f: Download complete
> f6d82e297bce: Download complete
> 9f15a39356d6: Download complete
> fc0342a94c89: Download complete

(cpradio) #2

I have a feeling you are just not waiting long enough… I don’t see anything described as a problem there.

(lucky) #3

Nothing has been going on for an hour

(Jay Pfaffman) #4

Where are you installing? Is this a production machine?

It’s probably unrelated, but it’s generally better to stick to the LTS versions for a server.

(lucky) #5

Ubuntu desktop 17.10

(lucky) #6
. . . reconfiguring . . .

Saving old file as app.yml.2018-02-13-161808.bak
cp: после 'containers/app.yml.2018-02-13-161808.bak' пропущен операнд, задающий целевой файл
По команде «cp --help» можно получить дополнительную информацию.
Stopping existing container in 5 seconds or Control-C to cancel.

(lucky) #7

Deployed with the installation, but after it localhost:

# Welcome to nginx!

If you see this page, the nginx web server is successfully installed and working. Further configuration is required.

For online documentation and support please refer to [](
Commercial support is available at [](

*Thank you for using nginx.*

(Ivan Rapekas) #8

Probably you installed external Nginx, that uses port 80 and blocks Discourse internal Nginx during deployment. What guide do you use to install?

(lucky) #9

DigitalOcean tutorial

(cpradio) #10

You will need to either stop the host version of nginx or uninstall nginx from the host server. That way docker establishes the connection.

If you need a proxy (host to use nginx), there is a tutorial for that too in #howto