@LoudLemur AFAIK, you need a new premium license for each server you want to run more than two apps on. The "premium" isn't for the "account" on Cloudron.io, it's for that specific server/vps. I have no idea how to transfer the premium license from one Cloudron to another but I'm sure it's possible. The Cloudron team is working on multi-host but I haven't read anything on how that would work.
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RE: Premium Cloudron Account - Many Cloudrons?
RE: What do you do?
I started training in my teen years to be a bench jeweler and over a decade later in the jewelry manufacturing scene and after the advance of tech, I found myself becoming a 3D modeler. I've given up on my hammer and torch a while back. CAD and 3D printing are mostly what I do all day long now. I'm in the process of expanding into other fields as I'm using my knowledge in CAD/CAM to create all sorts of things. It turns out if you know CAD/CAM + Rendering + general knowledge in coding/tech, there's nothing you can't create and sell online. At this stage, I'm not sure what my job title is. A modeler, a creator, or a retailer? This question always makes me pause and I end up telling people, "I do computer stuff" and they assume I'm coding all day long
Saleor – A headless, GraphQL-first, open-source e-commerce platform
- Open Source
- Headless API
- PWA - Offline Browsing
- Dark Mode in Dashboard
We need a good ecommerce app and this is an amazing alternative to WP/Woo.
Cloudron Dashboard: App Grouping
In the Cloudron dashboard, apps are listed alphabetically based on the install URL. There are same ways to manage the group of apps but each has its limitations and the way Cloudron groups apps is by "hiding" the rest.
What I'm proposing is a different approach and it's by grouping apps into sections/categories on the dashboard instead of the "hiding" concept.
Ideally, we'll be able to group apps based on their purpose and frequency of use and be able to rearrange entire categories while keeping all apps visible on the dashboard.
There's an app request (Dashy) that might do all of what I'm proposing but I feel that this should be a native Cloudron enhancement instead. Your thoughts, anyone?
RE: Custom links for dashboard
@eddie it's coming in the next release (7.3) https://forum.cloudron.io/topic/6655/what-s-coming-in-7-3/28?_=1657648126897
RE: Mailserver does not deliver to certain email addresses
The SNDS page/service is useless. It's good to tell if you're blocked or not and that's it. I signed up and added my server IP +8 months ago and I have yet to receive a single report from them. Anyway, I found the right page to apply for delisting if your IP is blocked: https://sender.office.com.
RE: New Baserow instance goes boom
@doodlemania2 baserow's GUI/UI(?) is far more "professional" than noco's but the ram requirements and paywall drove me back to noco. My noco instance is running with 500mb ram limit and it hasn't crashed. We're 2 users and have +20 tables that use formulas and it hasn't crashed once. I also like the export feature (csv and xlsx) in noco.
edit: btw, there's a firefox bug in Noco where the cell data gets deleted on a page refresh. It works fine in Brave. I opened a ticket here https://github.com/nocodb/nocodb/issues/4329
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RE: Grocy - ERP Beyond your fridge
that half-fixed things.(100% fixed, see below for details)
What I did was move all folders/files to the home folder and moved the content of the "public" folder (the one that's in the Grocy zip) to the LAMP's public folder. I'm going to check the config.php in the /data folder for path issues. Did you disable (NGINX) url rewriting?
Edit: Actually, your solution @RoboMod fixed the issue. I forgot I had edited the config.php base url and once reverted back to its defaults. the login page loaded and it's all working as expected. Thank you!
// When running grocy in a subdirectory, this should be set to the relative path, otherwise empty // It needs to be set to the part (of the URL) AFTER the document root, // if URL rewriting is disabled, including index.php // Example with URL Rewriting support: // Root URL = https://example.com/grocy // => BASE_PATH = /grocy // Example without URL Rewriting support: // Root URL = https://example.com/grocy/public/index.php/ // => BASE_PATH = /grocy/public/index.php Setting('BASE_PATH', ''); // The base URL of your installation, // should be just "/" when running directly under the root of a (sub)domain // or for example "https://example.com/grocy" when using a subdirectory Setting('BASE_URL', '/');
Things to note for future reference:
- all files/folders go into the LAMP's home directory.
- copy over and rename config-dist.php into /data/config.php and tweak the settings like "week starts on Monday" but no need to edit the base path/url if using the domain's root or a subdomain.
- disable phpmyadmin per the doc instructions here
RE: Grocy - ERP Beyond your fridge
How do you get this to work in a LAMP app?
what I did was...
- extracted the zip file inside the public folder of a new LAMP app
- changed the permissions of everything to www-data (Cloudron)
I got a no permission to access this page (or something of that sort). Then, I..
- moved all content to the "home" directory of the LAMP app
- moved the contents of the "public" folder that was in the zip file to the "public" folder of the LAMP app.
Unable to run grocy: /vendor/autoload.php not found. Have you run Composer?
P.S. I'm trying to use a subdomain (xx.mydomain.com) and not the root domain if that makes any difference.
RE: pricing too high
Are you guys seriously suggesting home server owners rent out services from HOME just to pay for a premium license?
We're asking for a home server license pricing. No one's arguing that Cloudron is too expensive for business use.
I'll echo what I said before..
Cloudron (and in extension,the CR community) caters to "developers" more than it does to the average Joe.
but I can see I'm beating a dead horse.
RE: How can I increase the maximum size of an email with the build-in SMTP?
@AartJansen Yes. It's in your dashboard > Email > Settings > Maximum email size
RE: pricing too high
Maybe bear in mind that for many self-hosters (and Cloudron is all about self-hosting)
In spirit, maybe. In reality, Cloudron (and in extension, the CR community) caters to "developers" more than it does to the average Joe. Also, I've noticed many open source projects and developers continue to use big-tech and closed source software (Cloudflare, Google, Discord, Github, etc.). Screw big tech but is Paypal where we draw the line?
It just feels like cherry picking since the essence of self-hosting is to break away from big-tech and to preserve our data privacy and control.
RE: pricing too high
The staff have mentioned in other posts that anything lower than $15/30 per month would cause them to lose money if the customer sends in ONE support ticket and that monthly subs cause a major accounting hassle for them.
I propose eliminating, or at the very least offer a single app limit for the free tier (for testing purposes; aka demo) and then offer a lower priced plan for homeservers that has a higher app/user limit (5, 7, 10, wtv) but can only be purchased yearly. It's how ultra-cheap shared hosting is sold (ex: $3/mo but paid yearly). That's less accounting for the staff and more money in their pockets. Bunny(.)net has a $1/mo minimum charge until you exceed certain limits regardless of how many of their services you are using. It's a genius price plan that's pulling in profits. Meanwhile, you have Cloudflare reporting "[losses] (https://www.nasdaq.com/articles/cloudflare-net-reports-q4-loss-tops-revenue-estimates-2021-02-11)" for Q4 2021.
The real brain teaser is that service providers using Cloudron for profit pay the same price as those that don't make any money off of Cloudron.