Running a forum for a local nonprofit, the DNS name didn’t get paid for, and got snagged by someone who rerouted it to weight loss supplements =/
So I want to get the forum up and running on a new domain name, but I can’t seem to access the site. I’m going to try just setting the DNS in my local hosts file, that didn’t occur to me until now, and see if I can get to the admin interface.
Any one have any other suggestions? Thanks!
Very easy if you have ssh access to IP.
Just log in as root, reconfigure and rebuild.
I do, sorry it’s been a long time since I set it up,
reconfigure is a included script?
Thankyou! I ran
discourse-setup as root, and it did lots of things, but at the end when it tried starting discourse, port 80 appeared to already be bound.
/usr/bin/docker: Error response from daemon: driver failed programming external connectivity on endpoint app (5274a3306f48252a89b4fe81103ebe252645b91f15fa205319451aa5bf6c79d7): Error starting userland proxy: listen tcp 0.0.0.0:80: bind: address already in use.
==================== END REBUILD LOG ====================
Failed to rebuild app.
Checking your domain name . . .
And it said failed. I’m wondering if I should have used a different user account instead of root? Or if there’s some process I could kill first?
root is the correct user usually.
Use the rebuild after directly editing
app.yml is my suggestion.
./launcher rebuild app
Private Message me with the login details and let me quickly help you.
Take it as my contribution to the non-profilt
Site is running on the new domain.
Massively appreciate this @IAmGav !!!
Hey Gavin, so the nonprofit is a Mycological Association, which you probably could tell. They are very grateful for your help, and they’d love to send you a thankyou gift if you’re into dried morels! If you’ve never had them, they’re extremely yummy(and expensive) gourmet mushrooms. Also, nobody is offended if you’re pretty sure you’re not into it ;p They’re not for everybody
Thank you for the offer, but I will have to decline. The South African Import Fees are crazy and we cant have nice stuff.
But thank you
hahaha, no worries, well if you ever find yourself near Montana in the US, come say hi =) We’ll take you out mushroom hunting if you like
Thankyou so much for everything Gavin!
This topic was automatically closed 30 days after the last reply. New replies are no longer allowed.