@lenovouser Your method works fine for me over https. Thanks for your persistence.
edit: I just had to add in these two lines for socket.io to work.
proxy_set_header Upgrade $http_upgrade;
proxy_set_header Connection "upgrade";
Recently I have been using Ubuntu to host NodeBB and I constantly run into different errors randomly. So, I wanted to see how well NodeBB would work out on Windows.
I have followed the the walk through in the Docs section of the website for Windows (and Ubuntu, but that's besides the point)and I get errors as soon as I run 'npm install'.
Here is an error log, any help would be nice.
I suggest you to use Ubuntu again. You can't even restart, nor start NodeBB properly.
Then can you explain why this happens every time I startup NodeBB with 'sudo ./nodebb start'? http://prntscr.com/7j6qfb
Hmm... Never faced this problem. You might not need
sudo at start. If you are still in testing process, I suggest you to complete re-install NodeBB & Redis.
Same thing even w/o sudo.
try ./nodebb dev and see if you get error logs
I've started reinstalling already and I get the following when running 'sudo apt-get dist-upgrade', installing nodejs-dev with -f like the error before this one said. http://pastebin.com/U5dGci0z
EDIT: Fixed by doing 'sudo apt-get -f nodejs' and 'sudo apt-get -f nodejs-dev' repeatedly. Don't ask how that worked, but yeah...
Now I'm getting a new error while setting the thing up. http://pastebin/ZKJZWvqv
Edit: Removed typo in link
Sorry for being a pest, but this is what I meant by constantly having errors.
i cant access this: http://pastebin/ZKJZWvqv\
Remove the \ at the end
Fixed by reinstalling redis-server.