@nj yes with the folder in place there adding the -r to solve this makes sense, however the initial issue is that this folder should not be there in the first place. As the name already suggests, I guess this was just some intermediate manual action to stash certs. Essentially if you don't actively use files in that folder then just delete it to solve this for future releases.
@kdev Indeed as @scooke mentioned it seems that docker is already installed on the server. Can you uninstall it and try again? In general, Cloudron must be installed on a fresh Ubuntu 20.04 without docker etc.
no, only 2-3 ports tcp/udp (wireguard/snmp/ssh)
and it happened inbetween again, without any reboots/upgrades/etc. I got notfied by network mgmgt system, that my cloudron server is down - luckily it was just the firewall…
@d19dotca Ah good point about editing those files. In the next release, I am hoping to make the filemanager be able to edit mail data (so admins can setup sieve rules etc for a mailbox), so this will atleast partly fix that issue.
Good notes to follow up when we look into email in the next release.
IIRC, whitelist setting is a bit dangerous because it allows "spoofed" emails as it pretty much bypasses all the SPF/DMARC/DKIM checks. Meaning, Cloudron does not reject mail if those checks do not pass because there are too many misconfigured mail servers out there. Instead we tag the failures and allow spamassassin to score the rules. whitelisting makes spamassassin bypass the checks altogether.
@thetomester13 I came across this question after recently installing on Oracle Cloud, and thought I ought to put something in for the argument. I put in "OCI", saw it had been written to a file somewhere, but apart from that it all just worked so I forgot about it!