Yes socket.io announces to all clients, it does this by using redis pubsub. So if you have more than one nodebb instance it is advised to setup redis.
It sounds like you may be misunderstanding what the custom-pages plugin does. (I assume that's the one you are using.)
You should not be creating a page for it route too. You are meant to add HTML widgets to the page on the Widgets panel. Then whenever you restart, it compiles that page for you.
upload the files to a directory,
put dump.rdb in /etc ..
make sure the file has right perms, or it will get nulled when you restart redis.
restart redis check dump.rdb hasn't changed. start nodebb
I would think it would work unless npm install compiles differently during the setup phase on another OS
I noticed there are many bug fixes on master branch, are those bug fix code also merged to v0.7.x branch?
which one is more stable? master branch or v0.7.x ?
also for plugins, how do i know whether those plugins working on v.0.7.x or master ?
I used the 2.4 proxy instructions from the docs. But it's not working correctly for me. I assume because I want the proxy to only work on '/community'.
Here's my current setup:
I have a proxy here: https://openrct2.com/community (HTTPS)
NodeBB actually runs on: http://delia.limetric.com:4567/community/ (just normal HTTP)
The proxy itself works great, but socket.io keeps complaining about not being able to connect using websockets: "WebSocket connection to 'wss://openrct2.com/community/socket.io/?EIO=3&transport=websocket&sid=OORktGqFRszzHMQNAAWr' failed: Error during WebSocket handshake: Unexpected response code: 400"
Here's a pastebin to my Apache config: http://pastebin.com/UMMadXVR
What should I change to my config to make websockets work correctly?
Thanks in advance.
Thank you for the links. As the "how to import" question will be important for many users I'd highly suggest to add this information into the docs and wiki.
Did no one (including the "paid support") wrote this importer before?
If not I'd even suggest the "paid support" have at least a thought if an official import option for Allura exports would help nodeBB in general to grow - especially now as SourceForge (which uses Allura and has the same export) looses users which look for alternatives which are able to import the old forum data with as less as possible effort.
@psychobunny Strange, but even after the animation is not working.
Well, everything was working after I removed gm from node_modules.
Why on this forum is a module nodebb-plugin-imagemagick not install?
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