@Chong Hey I got it solved.
I changed the port to 4568 instead of 12001 and everything works well. It seems Ubuntu deals with these ports differently.
@julian I've run
node app --setup but it couldn't connect to mongo (even though I passed correct db name, user and password)
Pinging @baris -- he's our resident Mongo expert
Are you able to connect to Mongo using the command line in your gear?
@julian yeah, I can open the mongo shell through an SSH connection.
Hm... is it an external host? I believe we've only tried local hosts (127.0.0.1) for Mongo. It should work though (think)
Can you paste the error?
info: Configuration Saved OK
error: NodeBB could not connect to your Mongo database. Mongo returned the following error: failed to connect to [127.0.0.1:27017]
@_binary_solo Make sure "auth" is enabled on the mongo config file.
@CaioDA Sorry, but I'm still rather new to this. Where would I enable this?
@_binary_solo I'm not quite sure on Redhat. On Ubuntu it would be /etc/mongo.conf. Maybe it is similar?
Are you successful ?
I like Nodebb and Ghost
I'd love to see a plugin that bridges their blogging platform and NodeBB discussion platform. I have no experience with Ghost though, what do you think about this @emiliendevos?
It's difficult to make a bridge Ghost and Nodebb. And I still have not managed to install Nodebb ^^.
I do not truly master nodejs.