@mdreira Access token is probably required, I don't use the app so I'm not 100% sure, but there are 3 variables to change (which by your posted you changed.)
Can you disable ad-blocker and try?
@mdreira Did you setup the Facebook developer app for your domain? You gotta do that first.
Pixel 5 is dope with Graphene and Proton
@luanc202 This is really cool, but IDK if automatic crypto trading falls under Cloudrons uses - I could be wrong though
@privsec Any QR Code generator will work - infact, unless you need hosting for the image itself, you don't need to do much but generate the QR Code and put it somewhere.
when making the QR Code make sure to use the analytics link, and then have the analytics link do the redirect.
https://www.the-qrcode-generator.com/ is a pretty good one with plenty of free options. No hosting needed.
If you need something custom, I'm available via DM's for a fee.
Edit as a bonus: this github project can be hosted in lamp but doesn't directly link to QR code (instead you can download and host in a lamp app or the Surfer app)
@DanTheMan I forget the exact steps, but Friendica requires a 5-min cron job to run, this can be done in lamp by adding the cron string to a file in /app/data (I think just crontab?? I can't find info on it anymore but I know the feature was there a while back)
I know I only get the 2 apps - which is fine as I'm just hosting bitwarden and a website.
But I can't update? This seems pretty silly. Can this be changed in the future? The few admins that have mutliple cloudrons (like myself) and unable to update on the free ones leaves many open to security risks.
@plusone-nick my github has a repo, status is unknown as it's been a long time since I've touched it
Note: this uses an old version of vscode and needs to be updated.
@jdaviescoates domain admins, quotas, oauth for 3rd party apps, and rspamd to name a few
@jdaviescoates Technically speaking I still use Cloudron, just not for my email. I should have made that clear.
Currently using MailCow.
@necrevistonnezr No bad reasoning here, just needed a few more features and found something else to use. Cloudron is and always will have a special spot in my heart. Love the Cloudron team, and I'll still be around the forums too
@necrevistonnezr Very in-depth. I don't use Cloudron anymore, but this is gonna be really good for admins looking for something easy to manage.
@timconsidine Do you use vs code? It has a built in git UI for managing repos. If you open a folder that was clone in git, downloaded from git, etc you can manage with vscode.
Also, might wanna take a look at https://git-scm.com/downloads/guis/
git command line is really easy, and a gui can make it better.
for strictly cli, I recommend to beginners to read https://rogerdudler.github.io/git-guide/ it's a simple, easy to read guide on using git.
@booknerdcarp DNS can take up to 48 hours to properly propagate. Though this is rare. You may need to just be patient and wait out the changes.
Edit: In your second image, you put 127.0.0.1 in your DNS records - this is a LOCAL only IP and is INVALID. You need to put the correct IP there.
@nebulon You have to
apt-mark hold openjdk-11-* and then just install unifi via their repository. It will grab their jre as far as I know. (RE: https://help.ui.com/hc/en-us/articles/220066768-UniFi-Network-How-to-Install-and-Update-via-APT-on-Debian-or-Ubuntu)
Once installed, disable the systemd unit files and then run manually with supervisor like we do other services.
@Ropyro That's the feature I am talking about - but either way you need to generate an app password to use file manager or "Online Accounts" for 2fa secured Nextcloud (or owncloud) accounts.
@Ropyro In order to use non-nextcloud apps with Nextcloud (I assume you are using PopOS! file manager) you need to generate an App Password in the security settings in your account on your Nextcloud app. Good luck!
@scooke I use Kimsufi, an OVH reseller. $30/month get's me:
@humptydumpty during the install you have the option to change how much ubuntu uses - if you left it alone it would have used the default amount.
If this is a VPS provider, they likely did it wrong as well.
/dev/sdX where X is the drive letter (like sda. sdb, etc etc)
However it looks like you have loop devices and nvme drives, in that case you will need to find what hasn't been added to the lvm and add it. Without seeing what you have, I can't say for sure what to add.
@necrevistonnezr It's been working very well for me thus far. Security seems decent - 2fa definitely helps with that. WebDAV is nice too as nextcloud apps can sync with that. It's also much faster since it doesn't have many apps/plugins installed from the get-go.
@nebulon I was restarting the service dockers via the dashboard, as for logs the only thing of value (that didn't have personal info) said it could not find images for mongo, mysql, and redis - others could have been in there but that's what stuck out to me.
I'd also like to note: before manually restarting my apps, the services listed above were offline and "not found" for over 5 hours.
This just happened to me as well.
What I did to work around it was login into my cloudron, go to services, then restart everything one by one (you'll note, some aren't even started and showing an error, just restart those too). Eventually all my apps came back up.
For me, Logs showed during the box service original startup it could not find MongoDB, MySQL, and Redis. IDK if this will be the same for everyone who gets this issue but it retried only 3 times for each service, then just gave up. Leaving the 3 services in an error state. (but as said above, restarting via my cloudron's service UI fixed them)
I gave this a shot in the LAMP app as well and have replaced my need for Nextcloud with Filerun.
Since I don't have a need for any of Nextcloud's apps using Filerun just makes more sense. Filerun is compatible with the nextcloud mobile and desktop apps for file sync as well!
So far it's much faster for that too - however there are no Nextcloud apps / plugins. (But I don't need them, like I said above so it's not a big deal to me.)
If you need Nextcloud but only need to do file sync, and don't need apps, Filerun is really worthy of recommendation and consideration.
Not sure how to package this for cloudron, but in the LAMP app it works as expected.