Thanks for the update and all you fine folks do.
Thanks for the update and all you fine folks do.
@girish et al what happened to the Wireguard app? :pleadingface:
@girish I did, yep.
axel@my:~$ cat /etc/passwd |grep yellowtent yellowtent:x:998:998:Cloudron Box:/home/yellowtent:/usr/sbin/nologin
@girish oh my! The memory is not what it used to be
I guest there is not much demand for this feature
Yep, but it failed. I tried with CIFS and it worked first time, so I hence it might be an SSHFS oddity?
I want to move my Cloudron email onto the premises and use a third-party MX service like Spam Hero, which will route de-spammed emails to my mail server.
This works quite well, but occasionally Cloudron sets up the DNS records for email again and overrides the external MX server entries.
It also keeps showing an error, which, as far as it is concerned, is valid yet annoying
And finally, I would like only to accept mail from Spam Heroes IP ranges to avoid anyone coming directly during port snooping. Perhaps that's my pfSense job, though and not Cloudron's.
Is there a way to tell Cloudron everything is fine and stop overriding things?
PS: It works fine if I try to restore using CIFS mount.
sshfs -o uid=998 -o gid=998 -v <USER>@<NAS>:/backups_cloudron /mnt/cloudronbackups
drwxrwxrwx 1 yellowtent yellowtent 4.0K Aug 18 14:30 /mnt/cloudronbackups
Access denied. Create the directory and run "chown yellowtent:yellowtent /mnt/cloudronbackups" on the server
Ah, thanks @girish. Can we add info to the doc about how to manage the database for Ghost, please?
I'll try answering your questions although please note this is not official support
Yes, commonly they are moved to the Spam box
While I don't know the time frame I understand that the system needs 50 good and bad messages to start training first. I'd leave spam in the folder for at least 14 days, depending on how much junk you get.
It's per account as I understand it
See answer to (3), yes as far as I know
Further reading and reference:
Hope this helps.
I have like 5 to 6 backups scheduled for a day. Is it too much? Thank you!
IMHO Yes Why so many? I'd check the apps themselves, like Nextcloud, that keep versions of files to restore.
I also am dimly aware of a rate limit with Backblaze and costs for requests. That's for B2. Speeds are also limited, so it may start failing as you could end up with backups overlapping perhaps?
Hey @privsec, as per the message when you log on to your Cloudron via SSH, please do /not/ manually update packages in Ubuntu
If you mean an upgrade to a newer version, please follow this guide: https://docs.cloudron.io/guides/upgrade-ubuntu-22/
Note that only the latest stable is supported as far as I know.
@girish thank you. The plugin in the example at the top is 'ShareAlbum'. All I do is visit the sharing link (https://photos.segebrecht.com/?xauth=tDpiswojbqxw) and note the Deprecated messages at the top of the page.
The second case should possibly be its own 'ticket' but is related. Go to an album and send a notification to a subscribed member. You'll either get errors from Piwigo about email not being configured and the PHP errors shown on the page as well, or you get a positive notification from Piwigo that your email was sent but it actually isn't and you can see PHP errors on the top of the page.
Getting another error when trying to send notifications:
Warning: Mailer Error: Could not instantiate mail function. in /app/code/include/functions_mail.inc.php on line 904
@robi you are welcome, glad you found it useful and thanks for your feedback.
I want to prevent unauthorised access to the volume when the server is offline as well as somebody who might take the server out of its rack and boot it. If the volume automatically mounts, they have full access to the data if they can circumnavigate the login cough recovery mode cough
That's covering for physical access to the machine, in what likely would be a read-only, forensic access scenario by a 'bad' actor. In my case, it's a virtualised server, so not as likely to matter, unless they move the VM to a dedicated slice to get busy with it.
Granted, this is somewhat unlikely but being paranoid is better than being sorry
I am in the UK and storing professional data abroad (in nasty Europe no less - just kidding!) means encryption can cover the requirements nicely (as far as I know - I am not an expert in that field, so somebody please correct me if I'm wrong).
@robi yup. I need to paste in a password to decrypt.
@robi that's an idea, although I think it is somewhat insecure to automatically mount the encrypted volume
Argh. It still produces some output in the browser:
Deprecated : strpos(): Passing null to parameter #1 ($haystack) of type string is deprecated in /app/data/plugins/ShareAlbum/main.inc.php on line 262 Deprecated : substr(): Passing null to parameter #1 ($string) of type string is deprecated in /app/data/plugins/ShareAlbum/main.inc.php on line 263 Deprecated : substr(): Passing null to parameter #1 ($string) of type string is deprecated in /app/data/plugins/ShareAlbum/main.inc.php on line 266