Ergonomic problem during installation on Scaleway
When you launch a new intallation on Scaleway, your script gets stalled, because it's actually waiting for an input, that you can see only if you
tail -f /var/log/cloudron-setup.log
in another terminal. Tailing so is mentioned when you launch the script, but it might be a good thing to also mention it in the doc (https://cloudron.io/documentation/installation/) .
In this second terminal you are presented with the configuration window of libssl1.1. (see https://framadrop.org/r/zT1Hpb_Gpv#RLhN9KT0E1thH8/a/6UWftNLxAN+slsmEeY5bOgtssM= )
So you have to type in the first terminal (basically just "Enter") to answer what you see in the second.
It's easy to workaround, but it's a little disorientating at first, so it might help to change it.
@Camille Can you try installation again but before running the script make sure you on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS and then run:
apt update && apt upgrade -y
I just tried this on scaleway just now and the installation went through. I will try it again tomorrow morning to check if it was an intermittent problem or I got lucky..
I can reproduce this now, working on a fix.
This should be fixed now. Thanks for reporting
@girish What was the issue just so we can fix this for others having the problem until 4.2 is released?
There was a problem in the cloudron-setup script. https://git.cloudron.io/cloudron/box/commit/3a10003246764e10f0daed2125e32480e2dc5952 is the fix. The setup script is independent of the cloudron releases. I have uploaded latest version to the CDN.
@girish Ah! I had to impliment a similar fix for an inhouse server management script some time ago! Good work!
This comment was very informative - https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ansible/+bug/1833013/comments/6 . I didn't realize you have to pass so many options to make it not ask questions.