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[Solved]NodeBB and MongoDB not playing nice on CentOS
So I installed NodeBB from the wiki tutorials for installing and setting up with Mongo and CentOS, (the default user access deets in config.json are wrong for mongo) but when I start it up I get a blank interface. None of the extra stuff is setup.
I also can't access the admin section even though I am the first and only user.
The only stuff I've changed is setup MongoDB running on a different port for security. And I setup those in the initial setup.
Also it still complains that it can not find convert - Did you install imagemagick?
[[email protected] community]$ which convert
^ yes I do have it installed.
If I run ./nodebb upgrade I get:
info: NodeBB v0.4.0 Copyright (C) 2013 DesignCreatePlay Inc. info: This program comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. info: This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions. info: warn: Couldn't find convert. Did you install imagemagick? warn: You have no mongo password setup! info: Beginning database schema update info: [2014/2/19] Updating MOTD to use the HTML widget - skipped info: [2014/2/20] Adding Recent Replies, Active Users, and Moderator widgets to category sidebar - skipped info: [2014/2/20] Adding Forum Stats Widget to the Homepage Footer - skipped info: [2014/2/20] Updating Lavender MOTD - skipped info: [2014/2/20] Activating NodeBB Essential Widgets - skipped info: [2014/2/22] Added categories to sorted set - skipped info: [2014/3/18] Migrating Markdown settings to new configuration - skipped info: [2014/3/21] Removing gids and pruning groups - skipped info: [2014/3/31] Re-adding copyright message into global footer widget - skipped info: [2014/4/1] Moved deprecated vanilla footer widgets into draft zone - skipped info: [upgrade] Schema already up to date!
I'm presuming its skipping setting up all that stuff because it believe it already exists. And my Mongo password IS set, the fact I can register as a user proves it (i think).
I think I found the problem, will make a pull request on GIthub.
It looks like the variables built to access MongoDB's username and password should be
But those are referenced elsewhere in the setup files. I'll have a go, but Im not exactly sure which values to edit. xD
@Ezra-Sharp unless you've already done so, it may be worth while opening an issue on github for this: https://github.com/designcreateplay/nodebb/issues
Opps, I had, but it turned out I was selecting the wrong database. :P