Error on changing Discourse root email
Here is my screeshot:
How can I fix this error?
@zylstra Are you able to login as root?
@zylstra Can you check if that
=is actually the equal to sign? Some browsers use different fonts and use some fancy character which looks like
=but is not really equal to. From the screenshot you posted, it doesn't look like
@girish Yes, I checked the equal sign that I originally pasted. Then I tried again typing everything out just to be sure.
My terminal session looks like this:
root@52b89a18-00b8-4e38-b4f6-67920f021bd8:/app/code# sudo -E -u root bundle exec script/rails console Loading production environment (Rails 184.108.40.206) irb(main):001:0> u = User.find_by_username("root") => #<User id: 1, username: "root", created_at: "2021-10-01 17:39:37.393537000 +0000", updated_at: "2021-10-01 17:39:42.179054000 +0000"... irb(main):002:0>
The user 'root' is found and should not be nil.
@girish Am I not logged in as root in Discourse automatically when I click on the terminal icon on the Cloudron app page?
Does the terminal prompt not show that I am logged in as root, i.e. the root in
How do I log in as root?
@zylstra Sorry - my comment was vague - I meant can you login as the root user on the discourse web app (not the terminal)
@murgero I clicked the "Skip the password; email me a login link" link after entering root as the username. I got the error "No account matches the username root".
@zylstra the default login is
changeme123. Does that work? Maybe the link only works after the first login, not sure.
I think I figured it out: I suspect that I changed root's username soon after install, then forgot about it, or did not realize that I did so. I am not sure what happened with the password either, but what I had wasn't working. So I was able to change the email address associated with the (renamed) root account. Then I had to wait a couple days to get a new password while time4vps's occasionally available support opened port 25. It's set up correctly now.
Now that I mentioned it, I will state for the record that time4vps's support is NOT 24/7 like they so proudly state on their homepage. Their hours are GMT +3:
weekdays: 8:30 till 21:30
weekends: 10:00 till 16:30
So if you are on the West Coast of the US you can get support until 11:30 am on weekdays and until 6:30 am on weekends.