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Alex Bogdanovski
@albogdano
there was a small bug there so I fixed it just now
Kevin
@pkevin_gitlab
okay! on Digital Ocean. It should be para_app_name, right?
Alex Bogdanovski
@albogdano
@pkevin_gitlab it dependes - if you're reading the configuration from ENV, then yes.
if you're uploading an application.conf file to the droplet, then no (use para.app_name here).
Kevin
@pkevin_gitlab
okay, both didn't work but then I'll switch it back to para.app_name as it's via application.conf - thanks!
Alex Bogdanovski
@albogdano
there was a small bug but it's fixed in master now
I'll double check to make sure it works now
Kevin
@pkevin_gitlab
kk, thanks!
Alex Bogdanovski
@albogdano
@pkevin_gitlab I will need to do some more work around this because it seems that changing the app_name leads to other issues
yeah, I just had a "WTF" moment there...
it could be just broken on my local machine though..
Kevin
@pkevin_gitlab
arghs, don't worry ;)
Alex Bogdanovski
@albogdano
I'm doing a few tweaks now and will push them to master in a bit
Alex Bogdanovski
@albogdano
dave08
@dave08
:thumbsup: You released a docker image to try? @albogdano
Alex Bogdanovski
@albogdano
not yet but I will pretty soon
dave08
@dave08
Did you have a chance to release a docker image yet @albogdano ? Thanks :smile: !
Alex Bogdanovski
@albogdano
@dave08 Yes, it will be released today
Kevin
@pkevin_gitlab
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anyone else having problems with comments on 1.35.2? on the question one cannot comment, commenting on answers looks weird
Alex Bogdanovski
@albogdano
@pkevin_gitlab what browser are you using?
Kevin
@pkevin_gitlab
@albogdano Chrome 78 but it was already on 77.X
Kevin
@pkevin_gitlab
it might be due to css modifications actually as I see there has been an update. Let me try something.
Kevin
@pkevin_gitlab
same problem with original style.css, one cannot comment on the question, only on an answer.
Alex Bogdanovski
@albogdano
@pkevin_gitlab commenting on the question was indeed broken - that's a confirmed bug and I fixed it
I can't see the weird grey bar though
Kevin
@pkevin_gitlab
yes, that was probably something in the css, sorry - just the functionality
I've now referenced the stylesheet via @import so that it's dynamically referenced.
ganeshlt
@ganeshlt
Hello Folks, I am trying to setup scoold on AWS using the lightsail "one click Deploy to AWS" option and the installer.sh script. What else do I need to configure in-order to make it completely functional?
Thanks.
Alex Bogdanovski
@albogdano
@ganeshlt You need a Para app created specifically for your Scoold instance and you need the keys for that app in order to connect Scoold to a Para backend
ganeshlt
@ganeshlt
Do I need to configure Para on AWS Instance? I can see there is a service called scoold.service on the AWS Instance.
CC: @albogdano
ganeshlt
@ganeshlt
While trying to sign-up, getting following error:
[ERROR] c.e.scoold.utils.ScooldEmailer - Failed to send email to [[xyz@xyz.com]] with body ...
Alex Bogdanovski
@albogdano
@ganeshlt you can either run Para in AWS yourself or use the hosted Para service
You need to set up SMTP for emails to work
ganeshlt
@ganeshlt
Can I run Para and Scoold on a same AWS Instance? If yes, then what else do I need to configure other than SMTP. Can you please direct me to a doc, using which I can self-host Para and Scoold on a single AWS Instance. Thanks
CC: @albogdano
ganeshlt
@ganeshlt
I wanted to run Para locally on the same AWS Instance, where scoold will be running.
How can I configure scoold to connect to Para at port 8080(which is running locally)
Alex Bogdanovski
@albogdano
@ganeshlt You should start by reading the Para docs https://paraio.org/docs and following the Scoold README at https://github.com/erudika/scoold
@ganeshlt you can run both Scoold and Para on the same instance, however, you will likely need a bigger instance type with ≥ 2GB RAM
ganeshlt
@ganeshlt
@albogdano how can I create the admin account?
Alex Bogdanovski
@albogdano
@ganeshlt put your email in your Scoold config file, as described here, restart Scoold and then login with that same email
ganeshlt
@ganeshlt
Thanks @albogdano , it works :)
I really appreciate your prompt response. Thanks a ton.
ganeshlt
@ganeshlt
After making changes on the scoold source code, if I want to create a new jar for scoold.
What would be the process, which .java file do I need to consider.
CC: @albogdano
Alex Bogdanovski
@albogdano
@ganeshlt you can build Scoold with Maven mvn clean install
ganeshlt
@ganeshlt
Thanks for the response. Let me try this.
ganeshlt
@ganeshlt
On a self-hosted para environment, if I have to take the backup of para, so that I can restore it somewhere else. What would be the procedure? Can anyone guide me to the docs or something for this.
CC'ing @albogdano for faster response :)
Alex Bogdanovski
@albogdano
@ganeshlt you can either backup the whole ./data folder or use the Para CLI tool to read data from para and store it as json files to a different location. keep in mind that the Para search index is a backup copy of the DB data in itself
ganeshlt
@ganeshlt
Thanks for the response, Alex
Kevin
@pkevin_gitlab
currently comments longer than 255 characters cannot be made/added, is varchar(255) there on purpose?
Alex Bogdanovski
@albogdano
@pkevin_gitlab that's a bug! You should be able to increase that limit with para.max_comment_length = 500 for example
...after I fix the bug, that is