I’ve looked for this issue but not been able to find it. On install it doesn’t ask any questions at all, it just tries to install to all the default information.
When I type in the sudo ./discourse-setup
I get this:
Saving old file as app.yml.2021-08-02-184826.bak Stopping existing container in 5 seconds or Control-C to cancel. + /usr/bin/docker stop -t 30 app app Found 3GB of memory and 2 physical CPU cores setting db_shared_buffers = 768MB setting UNICORN_WORKERS = 4 containers/app.yml memory parameters updated. Checking your domain name . . . WARNING: Port 443 of computer does not appear to be accessible using hostname: discourse.example.com. WARNING: Connection to http://discourse.example.com (port 80) also fails. This suggests that discourse.example.com resolves to some IP address that does not reach this machine where you are installing discourse. The first thing to do is confirm that discourse.example.com resolves to the IP address of this server. You usually do this at the same place you purchased the domain. If you are sure that the IP address resolves correctly, it could be a firewall issue. A web search for "open ports YOUR CLOUD SERVICE" might help. This tool is designed only for the most standard installations. If you cannot resolve the issue above, you will need to edit containers/app.yml yourself and then type ./launcher rebuild app
It never asks me to enter my domain name or any other information.