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    Found a "hidden" file in the nginx/sites-available and nginx/site-enabled folders.
    Deleted that and now I only have one nginx warning left.

    When running 'sudo nginx -t' this is the result:
    nginx: [warn] conflicting server name "" on, ignored
    nginx: the configuration file /etc/nginx/nginx.conf syntax is ok
    nginx: configuration file /etc/nginx/nginx.conf test is successful


    Ok i have now also removed the return 301 (line 4) in the nginx server block, I think it also conflicts with the rewrite in line 5.

    Restarted server/nginx/nodebb
    And boom HTTPS works.

    Next thing though, we still don't get to see a greenlock in firefox or chrome. It says something about the site only being partially secure. Any idea why that happens?
    Now also fixed, our logo was still referring to a http link, removed the domain and just made it point to src="/assets/uploads/system/site-logo.png"

    PS. any other tips or adjustments on the config files is also welcome ๐Ÿ˜‰

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    @julian said in NodeBB v1.7.4 has been released!:

    Yes, it was release the 19th of February, which was just a patch release to resolve some minor regressions introduced in v1.7.4.

    Great! Thanks!

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    Yeah, so then you're probably on v.1.1.2 or close to it. You need to wipe your DB, and then start over, checking out v1.0.0: cd <your NodeBB directory> && rm -rf node_modules && git checkout v1.0.0 && ./nodebb install

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    I've been working on migrating an existing forum to nodebb and have the last steps left.
    I did a working test import and everything looks good.
    We are running NodeBB 0.6.1 on Mongo

    Now I would like to empty the database from users and discussions, while keeping all the settings I've made. The ACP is not an option, as there are quite a lot of users and discussions.

    Is there a simple way to do this?

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    @StuartH Well ยฃ means nothing to me. All we use is $.