@Codejet good approach.
And thanks for the info.
I'll move us back to 0.6.1 from 0.6.x. It isn't a big operation, we anyway need to run a full import into a clean database when we do the final move.
The experience with NodeBB has been really good.
Hey so I signed up a new user and got sent this:
I've setup config.json to use that
base_url, but its still using the port. I'm using a Proxy in Nginx to serve nodebb from port 4680 on localhost, can I set
use_port to false and still have things work that was and give correct urls on the emails? Or is this a bug?
Hey there @Ezra-Sharp
You'll have to set
use_port to off. That option just tells NodeBB to construct URLs with the port in it, like shown in that email
use_port is set to false, does that mean that
proxy_pass in Nginx can do without the port in the URL?
@planner Even when
use_port is set to false, NodeBB still listens on a port (that's how it works)
So yes, you'll still need to have the port in the proxy pass URL, otherwise nginx won't know where to send requests destined for the NodeBB
Remember, nginx is the reverse proxy server that handles a request that looks like
linuxbsdos.com and sends it off to
That clears up a few things for me, thanks.