@termnml Have no Problem with that, I prefer most of the times relative pathes. Also in web applications. Just because they're that dynamic as I moving things to other locations. Or deploying them into another environment.
Good evening and good night.
Really quickly: The NodeBB folks favor Ubuntu. The CentOS guide you linked is pretty dated, as evidenced by some now defunct links. I did not use that one so cannot speak to it. It may perhaps be more expedient to move what you have to some backup dir and do over following Scott's guide. I know that works. Moreover, Centos 7 default repos bundle really dated packages. Recommend you set up nodejs and nginx repos if not already.
If you have gui access on that box, I would be curious as to what happens if you bypass the proxy and jack straight into NodeBB on port 4567? If not and you want to try this from an external network, I recommend configuring firewall such that only YOUR ip is allowed to hit that port.
If it then works, then something is amiss with nginx config (wh/I do not have time to review just now.). If not, then more likely NodeBB conf issue.
@a_5mith, it used to do something, right?
Yeah it used to list all the plugins in npm and (I think) allow you to install them. But this was added to core a fair few versions back. Around 0.3 or 0.4. I hope that's the plugin I'm thinking of.
@MoJo Ah yeah it looks like you've run into this bug: https://github.com/NodeBB/NodeBB/issues/8515
You'll need to cherry-pick the referenced commit to fix it in your install.
joolswills created this issue in NodeBB/NodeBB
NodeBB redirects to / rather than subfolder /forum on login