What's coming 5.3
i just wannted to ask about the Firewall in Cloudron Whitelist and Blocklisting IP's.
Usually i would do it over UFW but since its a bit diffrent in Cloudron.
Because i see some IP's thanks to shodan -.- trying to send some spams and i would like to block them.
And GEO IP Blocking as a feature would be nice, i think login to my.cloudron.com should be really high secured, i mean yes we have 2FA but if someone tries bruteforce attacks will not lead to something because of 2FA, but why create uneeded webservice requests.
Any plans to add the facility to append 2FA Token in LDAP Passwords?
Not a feature for 5.3, but wish to point out that Cloudron does not have even a single e-commerce platform (other than woocommerce on Wordpress, of course).
OTH, we have multiple apps under each category.
Can we get started on Magento and Prestashop please?
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I like this feature of 5.3.1 -
Do not count stopped apps for memory use!
UI* dashboard improvement - add the root domain as a secondary text (maybe above the icon?) for sub-domain apps. The apps with a root domain show this and its easy to see but for apps in a sub-domain you have to hover over the app card to see which root domain it belongs to, would be an awesome addition!...thanks!
@jagan This is true, but you can install any nodejs or php e-commerce app in the LAMP app. Which I'd honestly perfer anyway as it would give me more control over the install.
@murgero thats cool i never thought of that - you can use the apache server for a nodejs app?
So in run.sh you can:
cd /app/data/nodejs-app/ npm start & # Or other command to start app (The "&" here runs the app in the background.)
RewriteEngine On RewriteRule ^/?(.*)$ http://localhost:3000/$1 [L,P] ProxyPassReverse / http://app.example.com/
Or something like that, this is untested technically and that will redirect the nodejs via apache.
There is also https://git.cloudron.io/cloudron/tutorial-nodejs-app which is a template for a custom nodejs app