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[03:16:27] <irc> <childishgiant> I can't seem to log into my server on the command line. I log in and then it immediately refreshes
[03:18:09] <irc> <Aleks_> if you're logging in with a custom user instead of admin, that's probably because you didnt allow it to use ssh
[03:18:12] <irc> <Aleks_> c.f. yunohost user ssh --help
[03:24:23] <irc> <childishgiant> it says yuno login:
[03:25:05] <irc> <childishgiant> and when I login it gives me a flash of my last login and then logs me out
[03:26:26] <irc> <childishgiant> https://gfycat.com/yellowishvastalligatorsnappingturtle
[03:31:36] <irc> <Aleks_> well can you give a bit of context ... did you just install your server and you're trying to run postinstall and wondering what are the credentials ? or this is an existing server on which you already added users ?
[03:33:12] <irc> <childishgiant> I just installed but have made a user
[03:34:03] <irc> <Aleks_> so you still need to enable that user to login (well for some reason that's also managed via "yunohost user ssh --help", though that's not ssh strictly speaking)
[03:34:16] <irc> <childishgiant> root, yunohost doesn't work
[03:34:19] <irc> <Aleks_> anyway, just log using "admin" as login and the password your defined during install
[03:34:36] <irc> <childishgiant> ah
[03:34:37] <irc> <childishgiant> thank you
[03:53:17] <irc> <b0hemian> Hi everyone :slight_smile: I got these errors when end of installation log file : https://pastebin.com/35TPRp59
[04:47:11] <irc> <foobar|2> Is there a way to access the user ui from the direct ip? my nohost domain hasn't gone through
[05:20:50] <irc> <MadPanda[m]> have you forwarded the corresponding ports on your router/firewall foobar|2 ?
[05:21:03] <irc> <MadPanda[m]> foobar|2:
[05:21:11] <irc> <MadPanda[m]> sorry for doubleping
[10:25:20] <irc> <foobar|74> Is there a way to not set a domain name? I wanna just use the local ip since I'm using a vpn
[10:28:32] <irc> <foobar|74> I'd be find having a domain name but when I try to use the user interface it goes to the domain and errors out since it's not properly set up.
[10:42:38] <irc> <jeroen[m]> <foobar|74 "I'd be find having a domain name"> You can use a local FQDN network I presume? (local.lan stuff)
[10:44:07] <irc> <Gilou> you can use xip.io or sslip.io ;)
[10:44:51] <irc> <Gilou> sslip.io is nice because the name is funny, and because it does ipv6 nicely, which is great for testing on a fully IP connected network (as they all should be)
[10:45:37] <irc> <foobar|74> I can use my local ip for admin but as soon as I try to use the user side stuff it kicks me out to the domain name
[10:45:46] <irc> <Gilou> use sslip.io
[10:46:12] <irc> <Gilou> it gives you addresses like https://2a01-4f8-c17-b8f--2.sslip.io or https://52-0-56-137.sslip.io
[10:46:32] <irc> <foobar|74> I don't want my server on the open internet
[10:46:34] <irc> <Gilou> that redirect to private IPs using a wildcard
[10:46:41] <irc> <Gilou> it won't be in the open
[10:46:53] <irc> <Gilou> it's just a DNS resolving to a private IP
[10:47:01] <irc> <Gilou> private or not
[10:47:08] <irc> <Gilou> you can do 192.168.0.1.sslip.io
[10:47:37] <irc> <Gilou> that is a domain name, pointing to 192.168.0.1 whatever that points to on your network
[10:47:42] <irc> <foobar|74> also I don't have a private ip due to my router
[10:47:50] <irc> <Gilou> if it's public it works as well
[10:48:11] <irc> <foobar|74> I mean I don't have a functioning ip other than lan
[10:48:25] <irc> <Gilou> well, you need an IP for that LAN to work
[10:48:34] <irc> <foobar|74> yea but it's a local ip
[10:48:38] <irc> <Gilou> so use it
[10:48:49] <irc> <foobar|74> how is that gonna see into my local network?
[10:48:51] <irc> <Gilou> your.ip.address.sslip.io
[10:49:15] <irc> <Gilou> it won't, but it will make the tooling think there is a real domain name there without setting one up
[10:49:25] <irc> <Gilou> do ping your.ip.sslip.io you'll see
[10:49:33] <irc> <foobar|74> oh and that redirects to the real ip?
[10:49:39] <irc> <Gilou> it resolves to it
[10:49:44] <irc> <Gilou> no redirection there ;)
[10:50:09] <irc> <Gilou> it resolves to the private IP, it's a simple trick
[10:50:16] <irc> <Gilou> 192.168.0.1.sslip.io => 192.168.0.1
[10:50:26] <irc> <Gilou> so you can use that as a domain
[10:50:36] <irc> <Gilou> even if it's private, local, whatever
[10:51:04] <irc> <Gilou> it's used a lot by developpers that don't want to mess with hosts files or DNS
[10:51:10] <irc> <foobar|74> ah okay
[10:51:12] <irc> <Gilou> as the wildcard points to the IP
[10:51:31] <irc> <foobar|74> 192.168.1.111.sslip.io’s server IP address could not be found. hmm :/
[10:51:59] <irc> <Gilou> means it's filtered somewhere
[10:52:06] <irc> <Gilou> try .xip.io ?
[10:52:31] <irc> <Gilou> otherwise, you're screwed, either you need to use another DNS resolver, or just set up a fake host in you /etc/hosts ;)
[10:53:05] <irc> <Gilou> ah, it's filtered here as well
[10:53:30] <irc> <foobar|74> What do you mean by filtered?
[10:53:41] <irc> <Gilou> well DNS servers sometimes filter out LAN IPs
[10:53:50] <irc> <foobar|74> ah okay
[10:53:58] <irc> <foobar|74> what if I change my dns server?
[10:53:59] <irc> <Gilou> that's happening for me on systemd resolver
[10:54:16] <irc> <Gilou> well might be trickier, just add an entry in you /etc/hosts file I'd say
[10:54:33] <irc> <foobar|74> saying what though?
[10:54:46] <irc> <Gilou> could be your ISP resolver, your local resolver, hard to tell
[10:55:07] <irc> <Gilou> saying your.ip.add.ress some.fancy.name
[10:55:13] <irc> <foobar|74> what would my domain in yunohost then be?
[10:55:23] <irc> <Gilou> what you put as a fancy name
[10:55:41] <irc> <Gilou> avoid a real name, or use one you own to avoid issues :P
[10:57:22] <irc> <Gilou> if you set 192.168.1.111 yunohost.lan in /etc/hosts that should work and let you access http://yunohost.lan e.g.
[11:03:26] <irc> <foobar|74> Nice, it's working
[11:04:24] <irc> <foobar|74> had to set hosts on my windows pc too but that's fine
[11:16:00] <irc> <Gilou> ah yes :P
[12:39:48] <irc> <jeroen[m]> <Gilou "otherwise, you're screwed, eithe"> Or just set manual DNS record in router
[19:24:03] <irc> <foobar|67093> Bonjour les experts, je vous contacte car je galère à comprendre le pb rencontré
[19:24:16] <irc> <foobar|67093> j'ai installé yunohost sur un Rpi 4
[19:24:22] <irc> <foobar|67093> tout s'est bien passé
[19:24:38] <irc> <foobar|67093> créer un domaine sur OVH
[19:24:39] <irc> <foobar|67093> pas de pb
[19:24:48] <irc> <foobar|67093> créer des sous domaines par application
[19:24:51] <irc> <foobar|67093> pas de pb
[19:25:26] <irc> <foobar|67093> je souhaite me connecter via l'appli android de l'application (avec piwigo par ex)
[19:25:36] <irc> <foobar|67093> je rencontre à un pb de connexion
[19:25:52] <irc> <foobar|67093> erreur java
[19:26:04] <irc> <foobar|67093> java.security.cert. etc....
[19:26:18] <irc> <foobar|67093> j'ai lu plusieurs messages sur le sujet
[19:26:51] <irc> <foobar|67093> mais je ne trouve rien qui puisse m'aider (je précise que je suis un newbie donc possible que certains échanges d'expert soient passés à côté)
[19:31:53] <irc> <foobar|67093> je précise que j'ai installé l'app en mode public
[19:31:58] <irc> <foobar|67093> le même pb est rencontré sur airsonic
[19:32:10] <irc> <foobar|67093> donc je suppose que cela vient de yunohost
[19:48:43] <irc> <StephenJVR> all, I'm hoping to ask for some help regarding some issues I'm having sending mail on my install on a VPS (receiving is working fine)
[19:49:12] <irc> <StephenJVR> How or where do I direct these problems too?
[19:50:19] <irc> <foobar|67093> you can post your question on forum indicated below
[19:50:31] <irc> <foobar|67093> "Aller sur le forum"
[19:50:57] <irc> <StephenJVR> Thank you :) Let me look through it, maybe there's a solution on there already!