Federated blogging application (ActivityPub) https://plume-org.github.io/Plume/
Best posts made by stoccafisso
Hiding Wordpress app login page create backup problem
In wordpress app I use a plugin to hide the login page /wp-admin and /wp-login.php. Accessing these pages will then give the user a 404
BUT, it seems cloudron is sending a form of beacon signal to the wordpress app login page, to figure out if the app is up working or not. As cloudron does not find the login page, it detect it as an error and state in the cloudron admin panel that the app is "Not responding", even though the wordpress app is running fine.
It may look like this also prevents cloudron from creating automatic backups of the app, even if it is configured to do so. Manual backup seems to work though.
RE: New installation, not able to log in
echo "changeme" | npm run reset-password -- -u root
Thank you @girish. I actually had a lot running on this cloudron, but could not get PeerTube to work even if I removed several other apps to free up memory.
But the above command for some strange reason fixed it and solved the problem. PeerTube is now working!
RE: Cloudron overrides iptables-persistent
Thanks @nebulon , that may be the problem, as I initially only ran the command
(I followed this guide: https://linuxconfig.org/how-to-make-iptables-rules-persistent-after-reboot-on-linux)
Now the iptables rules (inkl custom rules) persist after reboot, but then again...cloudron has had no reason to do changes.
So I provoked it by installing another app (wordpress-app). A few seconds after installation it said wordpress was running, but I could not access it. A few seconds later I could. So it seems it is working. (Maybe I should have tried another app, with other ports)
@necrevistonnezr maybe you could also benefit from looking at iptables-persistent? https://linuxconfig.org/how-to-make-iptables-rules-persistent-after-reboot-on-linux