@adhodgson your analysis is correct. Cloudron uses unbound as the DNS server. DNS is resolved recursively from the Cloudron server itself.
To customize how unbound works, please see https://docs.cloudron.io/networking/#private-dns
@necrevistonnezr Thank you for your answere.
I am just tryin to learn things step for step and take my time 🙂
added you in discord 🙂
Okay i never was been here before in this forum.
this is sad what trolls are tryin
i just here to improve my skills at the points where there are. clearly i am a little bit late with 29 to focus an such beginner things other learn with 15-19 but its never to late i guess 🙂
@skippsterr Why do you want to edit the sshd_config file in the container? I think the original solution was to edit the sshd_config in the target ubuntu machine that you will connect to (not Cloudron server).
@d19dotca thanks man, I’ll look in to your links and also take a look at the app-dev flag of people and see what I figure out!
The fix was just to delete those config files and systemctl restart nginx. Then, in Cloudron dashboard, just Repair the app to regenerate those config files.