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[05:03:59] <irc> <ynhuser|79255> Hi, I am trying to install Yunohost via bootable USB on a Dell Optiplex 7060 USFF, it uses an Intel gigabit nic. When trying to install using the GUI, it reports that is unable to detect my nic.
[05:04:53] <irc> <ynhuser|79255> I have selected the appropriate one from the list, and pressed continue, only to be returned to the discovery screen.
[05:05:01] <irc> <ynhuser|79255> This is the driver required.
[05:05:04] <irc> <ynhuser|79255>
[05:05:25] <irc> <ynhuser|79255> It matches the e1000e driver listed, but does not allow me to progress.
[07:24:57] <irc> <isAAAc> hummm
[07:25:04] <irc> <isAAAc> mattermost failed to upgrade
[07:25:09] <irc> <isAAAc> no prompt back
[07:25:24] <irc> <isAAAc> i hate this situation ....
[07:36:10] <irc> <isAAAc> mattermost retoration on the way
[07:46:37] <irc> <isAAAc> restoration OK , i try again the update/upgrade
[07:50:45] <irc> <isAAAc> current_version: 5.23.1~ynh1 -> new_version: 5.24.2~ynh1
[07:56:48] <irc> <isAAAc> upgrade OK
[08:20:34] <irc> <> I am unable to access my domain, it is landing to my router's login interface.
All ports are open, except port 80, that's not opening.
[08:21:27] <irc> <> One more thing, my router interface is loading with and not
[08:22:34] <irc> <> I can access my nohost domain through https:// from out side my local network
[08:46:14] <irc> <isAAAc> : already ahd a look on documentation ?
[08:46:20] <irc> <isAAAc> had*
[08:46:28] <irc> <isAAAc>
[08:48:01] <irc> <isAAAc>
[08:48:38] <irc> <isAAAc>
[09:05:37] <irc> <> > <> [irc] isAAAc: : already ahd a look on documentation ?

Yes I have!
[09:07:35] <irc> <> Everything is working, the only issue is I can't access my free domain from within my local network
[09:08:43] <irc> <> Due to this, I can't access my applications installed on my server (raspberry pi)
[10:12:31] <irc> <isAAAc> NAT related no ?
[10:13:08] <irc> <isAAAc> you can't set your raspi in DMZ ?
[10:18:05] <irc> <> > <> [irc] isAAAc: you can't set your raspi in DMZ ?

I tried, nothing happened
[10:19:28] <irc> <> > <> [irc] isAAAc: NAT related no ?

What is a NAT number? I'm assuming here "no" means number.
[10:26:00] <irc> <isAAAc>
[10:41:10] <irc> <> Okay now I understand the basics of NAT
[10:41:45] <irc> <> > <> [irc] isAAAc: NAT related no ?

What does this means?
[10:52:42] <irc> <isAAAc> don't you have a NAT issue ?
[11:00:55] <irc> <> How can I know that? I'm sorry, I don't have any experience with networking
[11:53:50] <irc> <> Bonjour, suite à la mise à jour WP mon application n’existe plus avez vous eu le cas?
[11:54:35] <irc> <> Idem pour les webapps, le dossier contenant les fichiers de la webapps complètement supprimé.
[12:23:48] <irc> <isAAAc> : dans ton interface d'admin il doit y avoir des backups que tu devrais pouvoir restorer à l'état d'avant migration
[12:45:24] <irc> <isAAAc> <> How can I know that? I'm sorry, I don't have any experience with networking
[12:45:40] <irc> <isAAAc> i'm sorry i'm at work , can't focus to help you :/
[12:45:57] <irc> <> No problem!
[12:46:23] <irc> <> Maybe latter.
[12:46:44] <irc> <isAAAc> can't you reach your raspi via your local IP ?
[12:47:11] <irc> <isAAAc> and vua URL when outside
[12:47:17] <irc> <isAAAc> s/vua/via
[12:47:54] <irc> <isAAAc> perhaps you need to add a route
[12:53:23] <irc> <isAAAc> or a local dns
[12:54:01] <irc> <isAAAc> or hack your /etc/hosts
[12:54:30] <irc> <isAAAc> to tell your computer this domain name == this local IP
[12:54:55] <irc> <isAAAc> ^
[12:57:31] <irc> <> > <> [irc] isAAAc: can't you reach your raspi via your local IP ?

I can reach the admin interface of the server via the local IP address of the raspberry pi
[12:58:04] <irc> <> I can not reach the user interface via my nohost URL, from within my local network
[12:58:19] <irc> <> I can reach it from outside my local network.
[12:58:39] <irc> <isAAAc> yep
[12:59:00] <irc> <isAAAc> wich OS do you use to connect to your raspi ?
[12:59:16] <irc> <> Manjaro
[13:02:09] <irc> <isAAAc> try this
[13:02:47] <irc> <isAAAc> tell your manjaro /etc/hosts what is the local IP for your domain name in
[13:02:58] <irc> <isAAAc> so you bypass dns resolultion ;)
[13:03:05] <irc> <isAAAc> resolution*
[13:03:15] <irc> <isAAAc> tell me back if it works
[13:03:55] <irc> <> Okay I will try!
[13:04:01] <irc> <> Thank you so much!
[13:16:22] <irc> <isAAAc> it works ?
[13:16:33] <irc> <isAAAc> ^
[13:37:31] <irc> <> moving my server behind a 4g router and the DDNS shown in YH is different to the actual IP?? I'm confused here and need some help to understand this ;) Does my 4g ISP re-route?
[13:58:26] <irc> <> what do you mean tomas ...
[14:01:17] <irc> <> and YH dns config shows an IP but my router says WAN IP and when Im testing it is only working with
[14:02:23] <irc> <Aleks[m]> does your "" starts with 192.168.x.y ?
[14:06:48] <irc> <> my bad, not a good example. YH dns confi shows and router shows WAN IP
[14:07:55] <irc> <Aleks[m]> hmpf neither IPs are pinging from my side
[14:09:04] <irc> <Aleks[m]> anyway ... don't know what's your network setup exactly but yunohost uses "curl" to check what's the global IP and imho that's a more reliable information because there's always the case of "if the router is itself behind a router or vpn" then you can't know for sure the global IP without asking another entity on the internet
[14:29:27] <irc> <> curl shows the same as YH config, so there is probably another router or VPN in between
[14:30:10] <irc> <> one solution is maybe a DDNS on the router, any other ideas?
[14:48:01] <irc> <Aleks[m]> you can also check with similar tools like ...
[14:48:44] <irc> <Aleks[m]> naively I'd say you're misinterpreting what's the router is telling you or something like that
[14:57:05] <irc> <ynhuser|Saha> The Mediawiki installer looks to be failing due to a 404 on
[14:58:24] <irc> <> > <> [irc] isAAAc: ^

No, I am having a hard time understanding this :(
[15:01:40] <irc> <ynhuser|Saha> Looks like the url was updated; is current.
[15:02:49] <irc> <ynhuser|Saha> er, for 1.31 it would be
[21:50:55] <irc>
[21:51:59] <irc> <> I've done this several times in Australia. Hardest part is getting on to the right person in the 4G provider who understands what you're talking about and what to change!
[21:53:29] <irc> <> glenn: thanks for the info glenn! I will see if my provider can change this.
[21:54:22] <irc> <> No problem. It's frustrating until you realise how they set things up. Hope you can get it changed
[21:56:43] <irc> <ynhuser|Saha> Anyone able to push the change mentioned earlier to the mediawiki installer?