SOLVED Installation problem during setup - AWS Cloudron AMI
I'm trying to setup cloudron using the Cloudron AMI on AWS.
The server spins up and I'm redirected to the setupdns page as expected. However when I add my details selecting DNS provider AWS Route53 and security credentials I get and error message when I click the 'Next' button. The error is -
"providerToken must be a non empty string"
Choosing alternative DNS Providers caused the same error message.
I've tried on both Firefox and Safari. Chrome doesn't allow me to advance due to the self-signed cert.
Does anyone have any suggestions?
the AMI on the AWS marketplace require some validation token, which is often the AWS instance id. Usually you should have received a link to the cloudron setup page which has that part added to the link query section. You can add that manually though in your browser url bar by adding https://<ip>/setupdns.html
I wonder if I did something wrong with the AMI I published last week. Just spinning up an AMI now to verify but the setup screen should have a provider token field. It won't let you click next without it.
@markjames Thanks for reporting, this is a regression from our previous release. You can fix this as follows:
- Edit the file
- Make this change https://git.cloudron.io/cloudron/box/-/commit/1259d1117364715533cb82546abec04987a44f8a . It's just a one liner. All you have to do is to add the line
provider: settings.provider()in line 233 in the function
- After that,
sudo systemctl restart box(this restarts the code to apply the above change)
- If you refresh the setup screen, you will now see the AMI owner verification field like this:
Let us know if that works, thanks!
- Edit the file
That patch worked. I've successfully setup things.