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  • Owncast in LAMP failed

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    @loudlemur said in Owncast in LAMP failed:

    Shall I create an AppWish?

    No, upvote the existing one as per the OP

    https://forum.cloudron.io/post/22108

  • Setting the Correct File Owner

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    micmcM

    @girish Useful info mate! 🙂

  • Redirect document root to a subfolder?

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    micmcM

    Good work 😉 @humptydumpty

  • SphinxSearch

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  • what if I need 2 databases ?

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    nebulonN

    @jodumont said in what if I need 2 databases ?:

    BTW: I found a typo: CLUODRON_MYSQL_DATABASE_PREFIX

    thanks for reporting! I've fixed it now in the docs.

  • LAMP PHP Set to 8.0. Doesn't update

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    girishG

    @ghodgeon said in LAMP PHP Set to 8.0. Doesn't update:

    COMPOSER_MEMORY_LIMIT=-1 composer create-project pimcore/demo my-project

    Can you try:

    COMPOSER_MEMORY_LIMIT=-1 php8.0 /usr/bin/composer create-project pimcore/demo my-project
  • apache not allow authorization header ?

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    girishG

    @freetommy mm, I assumed what you tried didn't work. It works for me.

    I put the below in /app/data/.htaccess (placing this in /app/data/apache/app.conf inside VirtualHost also works:

    SetEnvIf Authorization "(.*)" HTTP_AUTHORIZATION=$1

    Restart the app. Then, I see the header passed on to PHP:

    [HTTP_AUTHORIZATION] => Bearer YWxhZGRpbjpvcGVuc2VzYW1l

    For future reference, this also worked (in apache config):

    RewriteEngine On RewriteCond %{HTTP:Authorization} ^(.*) RewriteRule .* - [e=HTTP_AUTHORIZATION:%1]
  • Disable phpMyAdmin

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    @girish Thank you!

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    @shai Glad to hear it, I was going to give it a try this weekend, so this saves me a bit of time. Congrats.

  • installing Drupal 9 fails

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    @shai

    What is the latest on deploying Drupal using Cloudron everybody?

  • SQL modes

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    @nebulon I also think plain database apps would be the way to go here. Patching the app code is complicated in this particular case, so for now I I will just go with an external database.

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    nebulonN

    @jagan thanks for sharing the solution!

  • Mysql "loading local data disabled" error

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    ShaiS

    @girish the local_infile is the approach the app uses to load data sets for optional functionality. I'll go to the forum for OpenEMR and see if there is a way for me to manually upload the data instead of being done through the webapp UI.

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    @girish Thank you!

  • Lamp mail don't work

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    girishG

    I was able to send mails with PHPMailer.

    <?php use PHPMailer\PHPMailer\PHPMailer; use PHPMailer\PHPMailer\Exception; require 'vendor/autoload.php'; $sender = getenv('CLOUDRON_MAIL_FROM'); $senderName = 'LAMP Test Email'; $recipient = 'test@cloudron.io'; $usernameSmtp = getenv('CLOUDRON_MAIL_SMTP_USERNAME'); $passwordSmtp = getenv('CLOUDRON_MAIL_SMTP_PASSWORD'); $host = getenv('CLOUDRON_MAIL_SMTP_SERVER'); $port = (int) getenv('CLOUDRON_MAIL_SMTP_PORT'); $subject = 'Cloudron test (SMTP interface accessed using PHP)'; $bodyText = "Email Test\r\nThis email was sent through the Cloudron SMTP interface using the PHPMailer class."; $bodyHtml = '<h1>Email Test</h1>'; $mail = new PHPMailer(true); try { $mail->isSMTP(); $mail->setFrom($sender, $senderName); $mail->Username = $usernameSmtp; $mail->Password = $passwordSmtp; $mail->Host = $host; $mail->Port = $port; $mail->SMTPAuth = true; $mail->addAddress($recipient); $mail->isHTML(true); $mail->Subject = $subject; $mail->Body = $bodyHtml; $mail->AltBody = $bodyText; $mail->Send(); echo "Email sent!" , PHP_EOL; } catch (phpmailerException $e) { echo "An error occurred. {$e->errorMessage()}", PHP_EOL; //Catch errors from PHPMailer. } catch (Exception $e) { echo "Email not sent. {$mail->ErrorInfo}", PHP_EOL; } ?>

    (Adapted from https://docs.aws.amazon.com/ses/latest/DeveloperGuide/send-using-smtp-php.html )

  • LAMP composer: command not found

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    girishG

    @thenils I have pushed a new package, can you please check? It should have composer 2.1.8

  • Update to PHP8

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    girishG

    @argovaerts @darkben The latest package supports PHP 8. See https://docs.cloudron.io/apps/lamp/#supported-php-versions on how to switch.

  • No php error

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    nebulonN

    @softdoctor hi there, not sure how this is related to Cloudron. On Cloudron apps are installed in their own containers, did you try to use the lamp app for this?

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    @girish Thanks!

  • Verify Cron is Running

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    @girish said in Verify Cron is Running:

    1 * * * * (echo "Trigger is running now"; /usr/bin/php -d memory_limit=-1 -d max_execution_time=0 /app/data/public/path/to/task/trigger.php) > /proc/$(cat /var/run/crond.pid)/fd/1 2>&1

    Perfect, thank you so much! That worked out very well!