Problem installing 0.7x

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    @julian said in is nodebb the right choice ? why the community is not vary "active "? installed nodebb and finds it vary enjoyable so far, where is everyone?:

    I will say this, however... I refuse to believe that humanity will stoop to the lowest common denominator. Yes, maybe we'll go through phases where we just send memes to one another, but we will always rise above and return to a medium where long-form content is shared and appreciated. We will always need long-form journalism, and yes, even forum software for in-depth discussion.

    This is a great point. Long-form responses that actually explain something add far more weight and value in my view. I'm no fan of the tldr brigade, and it's just being lazy. Yes, I appreciate that (in the case of my forum which offers solutions) people are keen to get to the bottom line, but if you don't read the thread in it's entirety, what did you learn exactly ?

    The answer? Nothing - you just got the answer which you won't remember when the same issue occurs in the future 🙂

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    Alright that is good to know. Thank you 🙂

    Now I just need to figure out why this error seems to show

    Firefox can't establish a connection to the server at wss://

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    Hi FreeBSD users and everyone else.

    I read the documentation concerning the FreeBSD installation procedure and I was wondering if an alternate solution could be added. I have NodeBB running on FreeBSD but I did not need gcc at all. The packages I needed to install where the following.

    % pkg query -e '%a = 0' %o devel/git devel/gmake www/nginx www/npm databases/redis

    So what is the technical reason to install gcc? Did you in the past encountered problem while building without it ?

    Thank you.

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    Yeah, I am at a loss at this point. When you run the repolist command I am not seeing it show the EPEL repository, yet when you try to install it it says you already have it.

    This isn't really a NodeBB problem though, so we can't really blame the NodeBB script for it. It's almost like Yum itself is messed up. You might be able to get extra help from the CentOS community though, or if someone else here is more of a CentOS expert?