Solved Cloudron Install Issues
SignalScout last edited by girish
Im attempting to install Cloudron on Ubuntu 22.04.
Initially Init script would fail because it couldnt reach files at us.archive.ubuntu.
After manual install of those files I receive this error for collectd.
@SignalScout Where are you installing this?
Maybe you start afresh and try this:
- Start with vanilla 22.04
- apt update and then apt upgrade. This is done by the Cloudron installation script but maybe we can identify if there is some temporary error here by running it manually.
- Now install cloudron
@girish It completes the apt update and upgrade successfully, but continues to fail at the same pkgs. I ran an apt update--fix-missing a couple times after script failure. This is the output.
So if you start with a fresh vanilla ubuntu installation, you can run
apt-get update && apt-get upgradefine and then running
cloudron-setupresults in such failure?
If you need to run --fix-missing there is already some underlying issue which we need to get down to first.
@nebulon that is correct. I only ran --fix after the cloudron-setup failed. Just ran --fix prior to setup and nothing unusual happens.
Is this on a specific server provider or a bare-metal installation?
@nebulon its on a local server using esxi.
@SignalScout can you check these:
systemctl status unbound
cat /etc/resolv.conf. Where is the resolv pointing to?
host www.cloudron.io- Does this resolve ?
The resolv.conf has nameserver set to 22.214.171.124 and 126.96.36.199.
I did notice that when I ran the script it would overwrite dns and set to 127.0.0.1.
I edited the /etc/resolvconf/resolv.conf.d/head file and permanently added nameserver 188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206
Ran the install and successfully installed.
Thank you for your assistance!