• Hmmm...now if I click on those links, all but the header disappears. For example, if I click the users icon, the address changes to /users, but the screen goes blank except for the header.

    Is it possible my problems have to do with my Redis store? I'm getting this readout from the terminal where I launched the redis server:

    [17580] 04 Feb 17:14:56.496 # Server started, Redis version 2.8.4
    [17580] 04 Feb 17:14:56.497 * DB loaded from disk: 0.002 seconds
    [17580] 04 Feb 17:14:56.497 * The server is now ready to accept connections on port 6379
    [17580] 04 Feb 17:15:57.017 * 10 changes in 60 seconds. Saving...
    [17580] 04 Feb 17:15:57.018 * Background saving started by pid 17592
    [17592] 04 Feb 17:15:57.018 # Failed opening .rdb for saving: Permission denied
    [17580] 04 Feb 17:15:57.118 # Background saving error
    [17580] 04 Feb 17:16:03.052 * 10 changes in 60 seconds. Saving...
    [17580] 04 Feb 17:16:03.052 * Background saving started by pid 17596
    [17596] 04 Feb 17:16:03.053 # Failed opening .rdb for saving: Permission denied
    [17580] 04 Feb 17:16:03.153 # Background saving error
    

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  • NodeBB Admin

    Make sure your browser cache is disabled when you are testing this. return ajaxify('register'); works fine for me but I got the same result you described when I tried return ajaxify('/register');.

    About your redis issue looks like the user redis running under doesn't have permission to write to that location.


  • Thanks. That's what I figured, so I went to the directory with dump.rdb and did sudo chmod 777 dump.rdb and this is the output of ls -l:
    total 16
    -rwxrwxrwx 1 root wheel 5654 Jan 30 20:26 dump.rdb

    Also, I definitely did register, not /register. So not sure what the problem is there.

    I appreciate your taking the time to help me out with this!

  • NodeBB Admin

    function loggedIn(req, res, next) {
        if(req.user && parseInt(req.user.uid, 10)) {
            return next();
        }
    
        var allowed = ['config', 'get_templates_listing', '403', 'login', 'register'];
        if(req.params && allowed.indexOf(req.params.route) !== -1) {
            return next();
        }
    
        res.status('403');
        res.redirect('/403');
    }
    app.all('/api/:route/*?', loggedIn);
    app.all('/api/:route', loggedIn);
    

    Looks like you don't need the last route. With the above code and the return ajaxify('register'); in templates.js it redirects to register for me. Let me know if it doesn't work.


  • It doesn't work for me. I put that block of code indented after the line:
    app.namespace(nconf.get('relative_path'), function () {

    I think this might be another caching issue, but it keeps forgetting who I am and I keep having to call flushall on the database and doing node app --setup again to be able to log in and test it.


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  • NodeBB Admin

    I'm not sure why you are getting that permission error. @julian might have a better idea.


  • Okay, I figured out the Redis thing. The permissions for dump.rdb were fine. But I had to expand the permissions for the directory they were in (/redis).

    Still having the same problem with the app though. The redirect to /register isn't working and I'm getting the white screen minus the nav bar instead of getting routed to /403 or /register.

  • GNU/Linux Admin

    There's no reason why the dumpfile should be owned by root:wheel. Try shutting down redis, deleting dump.rdb, and starting redis again with sudo service redis-server start.

    You should not need root to use redis-cli.

  • GNU/Linux Admin

    What does the chrome inspector say when you are redirected to /register?


  • I never get redirected to /register.
    Okay, thanks for the suggestion. I'll give it a try.


  • In response to:
    sudo service redis-server start
    I get:
    sudo: service: command not found

    Plus, that doesn't give me a way to specify my redis.conf file, right?

  • GNU/Linux Admin

    @aaron It depends on how you installed redis. You'd use service if it was installed via apt-get, usually.


  • I'm on a mac so I think I used Brew to install Redis. What was starting it that way going to accomplish? Do you know another way? Thanks!

  • GNU/Linux Admin

    Ah, when it comes to Macs, I probably know less than you do...!


  • Thanks @baris. Do you know what this warning signifies?

    warn: [init] Cache buster not set

  • Plugin & Theme Dev

    Sorry to necro a thread, but was this ever realized?


  • @Tanner Yupp.

    Go into category permissions and tick Find Category for guests, but leave everything else unticked, then tick everything for registered and admins and any custom groups you created, they'll see the category on the home screen, but need to log in before they can read, see here: http://35hz.co.uk

    Click A-Z of production.

  • Plugin & Theme Dev

    @a_5mith said:

    @Tanner Yupp.

    Go into category permissions and tick Find Category for guests, but leave everything else unticked, then tick everything for registered and admins and any custom groups you created, they'll see the category on the home screen, but need to log in before they can read, see here: http://35hz.co.uk

    Click A-Z of production.

    I was hoping for more of a one-click "Make Forum Private" solution but that answers my question, thanks 🙂


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