Thank you for your reply，I understand what you mean，and I am very much in favor.
NodeBB has a good experience on the web side.
I prefer to know how to fix it because most people in my place prefer a client and they think it is convenient.😞
I cannot believe that I have only found out about nodebb now. It's refreshing to see a forum that is visually appealing.
I'm not a programmer and it took me about half an hour to set up a forum (with about 15 minutes of checking email in between).
There's a plugin to integrate it into wordpress comments I believe, check out the plugin category.
The notification system is wonderful, the way it pops up even if you're in a new tab. I'm loving it guys keep up the good work and I can see this software become very popular
The plugin that @Kamal-Patel mentioned can be found in the plugin section, but it currently only supports Ghost. I have been borderline harassing @psychobunny about having wordpress support. And it will be worked on shortly, so shouldn't be too long.
On putty it's telling me "System restart required" is there a command to do the restart because I can't connect to test site when I navigate to "MyserversIP":4567.
@Carl There is ./nodebb restart, but that usually doesn't work right for me(maybe I should report that). I usually just do a full stop and a full start. ./nodebb stop and ./nodebb start.
Getting this error "-bash: /nodebb: No such file or directory" Haha I feel so dumb
@Carl You have to be in the directory where nodebb was installed to run the commands
And just to clarify the commands contain the period at the beginning.
Oh duh thanks a million. I will blame that on me being tired
Keep in mind the home page of the admin panel has a restart button
Ah yes I tried it but there seems to be a problem, it seems to stop nodebb but doesn't start it back up.
@Carl Thought it was just me this happened to. Clicking restart only stops it, nothing in the logs about it going down etc, have to run ./nodebb start for it to come back. Even with forever running.
Have you ever got this error when starting it back up
throw er; // Unhandled 'error' event
Error: write after end
at writeAfterEnd (_stream_writable.js:133:12)
at WriteStream.Writable.write (_stream_writable.js:181:5)
at write (_stream_readable.js:583:24)
at flow (_stream_readable.js:592:7)
at Socket.pipeOnReadable (stream_readable.js:624:5)
at Socket.EventEmitter.emit (events.js:92:17)
at emitReadable (_stream_readable.js:408:10)
at emitReadable (_stream_readable.js:404:5)
at readableAddChunk (_stream_readable.js:165:9)
at Socket.Readable.push (_stream_readable.js:127:10)"
@Carl Not that I can recall, starts up fine when I run
./nodebb start, but the restart button just shuts it down.
@a_5mith How are you starting it in the first place?
./nodebb start should set it up so the restart button works, hm...
@julian That's the one, ./nodebb start gets it going, clicking the restart button just kills it, sometimes putty drops the connection, sometimes it doesn't. Going back into SSH and running ./nodebb start again sets it up. Doesn't tell me the address is in use or anything like that. I haven't tested it since I imported 23k posts though, so not sure if that's got something to do with it. It's not a huge issue for me, I don't plan on restarting that often, and if I restart, it's not an issue to run nodebb start again from in SSH.
Thanks @Kamal-Patel @a_5mith That's really weird, since it works properly here... unless this is a new regression... has this only started happening recently?
@julian I just spun mine up two days ago, so yup, just started happening
@Kamal-Patel @a_5mith Should be fixed in latest code (and backported to v0.4.2)