[03:56:18] <irc> <foobar|43691> Hi, Is there a way to enable logging all incoming connections to yunohost ?
<irc> <foobar|43691> not sure if touching ngnix stuff is a good idea
<irc> <Guest63> hi
<irc> <foobar|43691> if there's a webapp that allows one to analyze that incoming connections log that would be even better
<irc> <foobar|43691> looks like we have access.log in /var/log/ngnix
<irc> <foobar|43691> and awstats can be used to generate some nice looking reports
<irc> <_neb_rssbot_=40erwan=3abousse.fr:matrix.org> Announcements - YunoHost Forum: YunoHost 3.6 release / Sortie de YunoHost 3.6 ( https://forum.yunohost.org/t/yunohost-3-6-release-sortie-de-yunohost-3-6/8359 )
<irc> <nezhac> Hi everyone, I've been selfhosting myself for a while on a regular Arch install. I'm thinking of switching to YunoHost to simplify the environment somewhat, and make deployments easier in the future. The selection of apps is great, but understandably not complete. I was thinking of this: in the short term install my own missing apps on top of yunohost (it's based on debian from what I get) and longer term maybe try to write my own YH apps. What do
<irc> <nezhac> you think? Is it doable to have YunoHost apps along sysadmin-installed ones? I think this would only involve modifying the nginx conf and adding a DB user for most cases.
<irc> <Aleks_> yes it's doable
<irc> <nezhac> Thanks! Is this what people tend to do when an app isn't yet packaged for YH?
<irc> <decentral1se> nezhac: they ask on the forum, add it to the wishlist or try to do it (if able)
<irc> <decentral1se> there is currently a community poll out for which new apps to focus on
<irc> <decentral1se> happily welcome new app packagers btw! I'm trying to do this myself as well (but not much time had yet to focus ...)
<irc> <Aleks_> nezhac: for simple stuff, we recommend using the custom webapp app (mywebapp_ynh), it's a skeleton with PHP enabled (and possibly a mysql DB)
<irc> <Aleks_> if you want to package a specific app to make it available to the community, we can guide you (packaging an app is pretty much writing a bash script that runs the install step)
<irc> <Aleks_> https://yunohost.org/#/packaging_apps_start
<irc> <TOGLK> Hello, I'm a new user looking to start using Yunohost at home running from a midrange desktop workstation, what I would like help with if possible is how do I go about setting up Yunohost, and, is yunohost suitable for running VMs off of, such as a Linux VM or a Mac OSX or Windows VM? I ask this as I'm really after a one solution fits all option if
<irc> <TOGLK> possible, many thanks ,TOGLK
<chema> TOGLK in fact it is. I have a virtualbox machine with yunohost inside... and works perfectly
<irc> <nerdz0ne:matrix.org> no YunoHost 3.6 iso files ?
<irc> <Aleks_> not yet
<irc> <Aleks_> but you can just install the current iso and upgrade the system
<irc> <nerdz0ne:matrix.org> okay, thx for your answer
<irc> <ChildishGiant> Is there an easy way to move from one installation to another? I don't want to move all my emails and then when I next upgrade, lose them all
<irc> <Bram> ChildishGiant: theoritically you can do a backup then a restore
<irc> <Bram> restore of the other computer
<irc> <Bram> I've seen people doing this with success and fully migrating a yunohost at once
<irc> <Bram> I'm still amazed it worked ^^'
<irc> <ChildishGiant> So my install is failing:
<irc> <ChildishGiant> Uploaded file: https://uploads.kiwiirc.com/files/3317d0d883ccee049640c5791664c96f/pasted.txt
<irc> <ChildishGiant> msg NickServ identify )q\`cLE,`~D;$s[5
<irc> <ChildishGiant> did I just fucking hunter2 myself?
<irc> <Aleks_> :s
<irc> <Aleks_> An error occurred during LDAP operation
<irc> <Aleks_> djeezusse
<mikefordays> Can someone point me to an explanation of how ynh handles multiple domains? I seem only able to connect to the default domain.
<mikefordays> nvm I found it :p
<irc> <svnet:matrix.svnet.fr> Bonsoir
Pour ceux qui sont en possession d'un Raspberry 3 et veulent profiter d'un hotspot en mode 5 Ghz sous Yunohost :
Attention l'application vpnclient_ynh (repo labriqueinternet) doit être d'abord installée