@Neeru-Gupta We tried using the same plugin,nodebb-plugin-fusionauth-oidc for authenticating through the keycloak provider but While rebuilding & restarting after installing our Nodebb app breaks. We are unable to proceed further. We have to again clone the whole code to get started with.
Could you please share with me the steps on how you have done & configured it?
We are using another plugin now as nodebb-plugin-sso-oidc which we are able to install & configure. But we are getting SSL protocol error while trying to login
I looked for tutorials, but couldn't really find any related to my question(s).
Basically, I installed NodeBB locally, per the Ubuntu guide: https://docs.nodebb.org/installing/os/ubuntu/
But now I'm sort of lost. How do I get a theme(and how do I configure this with the back-end)? I was going to build the front-end in React as a project, but I'm not exactly sure how to even get this started(I'm pretty new to full-stack).
When I run
./nodebb start, it doesn't do anything.
./nodebb log, afterwards and I see some actions in the terminal.
So I guess my question is: how do I get a front-end up and running, interacting with the NodeBB software? Are there tutorials on this?
I apologize in advance for so many questions. If you can guide me to the proper tutorials, I'd greatly appreciate that; or if you're up for it, I'd most certainly appreciate your words as well.
./nodebb start will start the server, take a look at http://127.0.0.1:4567
NodeBB is a forum software. It includes a backend and a frontend which work together. When you run
./nodebb start, it begins a daemon which runs in the background and serves everything.
But, I'm not using either apache or nginx, I didn't know I had to set those up(?). So far I configured MongoDB with admin and nodebb users. Basically, I completed the tutorial that I mentioned above... or so I thought I did.
That's cool, I didn't know it came with a front-end. Lol.
Overall, I think I need to learn more. I might have messed something up during the installation.
Wow, I got it!
All I had to do was run
./nodebb buildbefore starting! I've been messing with this for days; this is the most gratifying feeling in the world. Haha. Thank you everyone for your replies.
Yes, ./nodebb build needs to be run now and then to rebuild the files
And that is in all of the instructions that I have read.