@girish OK thanks, but I'm guessing there is some reason why they both default to Port 1935? is that the standard expected port for such things? I wonder if I'll hit any issues if I don't use that port...
The only issue would be if your streaming software cannot stream on any other ports, which is very unlikely. Simply set an entry for Owncast and one for PeerTube using the two different ports you set on your Cloudron.
I think the last line of the set-up instructions should be changed to something like:
Please immediately change the stream key (which is your admin password) in Configuration -> Server Setup.
LOL then that is exactly how I'd got immediately kicked out of my installation, clueless saying WHAT I have not changed the password yet, so why am not begin able to login again, yeah I'd only changed the f.... stream key loll 😊 👶
Played around with this in a VM and this would be absolutely perfect in cloudron just to be able to spin up various DBs and have a more dev friendly web app deployment system. Currently the method I found works for a Nuxt.js app is to build the app right into the same repo as the cloudron app, or two different repos.
My use case for more dev friendly apps is 1) only 1 server with cloudron running bare metal, 2) I have 1 IP address and 3) I want to avoid a VPS