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  • Parse aboutme problem

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    Well, I found a solution using utils.decodeHTMLEntities for chars between dollars tags of KaTeX, before the markdown conversion. 🙂

    I hope it's not too much insecure...

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    @baris thanks I'll pull it tomorrow from git and fix the categories as you've said. It's not a big problem, more an oddity that occurred - thank you. And I really should raise bugs like this on GitHub!

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    Ah, ok.
    Thank you 😄

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    Had a few slight problems getting this working. It crashed my forum and my blog, which reside on separate servers. I'm running NodeBB 0.7.0-dev with a new Wordpress install.

    I installed the plugin and followed the guide on how to set it up. So all was working. I posted a blog article to test the comments engine (using forum plugin), and when I clicked the button under the article to send the article to the forum, it produced an error, which said I either had to be a member of publishers group or admin to post. I was logged into NodeBB as admin, and Wordpress too.

    My forum started grinding to a halt, throwing up 502 errors in the process.
    My blog collapsed and is currently sitting with a "Error establishing a database connection" notice. It's still like this, and i'll repair that when I get the chance.

    The strangest aspect however is that the blog DID post to the forum. 32,800 times, no less! You can see the topic here - I set up a category for the blog articles to be posted to.

    I realise to get a further insight i'll have to look into the error logs which I intend to do, but can anyone help? I've since removed the blog's server from DNS so it's no longer visitable through links and the forum is back to being the homepage.

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    @baris said:

    You can still use bcrpytjs on raspbian but you would need to lower the bcrpyt_rounds setting from the default 12.

    Yeah, either lower the rounds, or if you don't mind compiling it (npm does it automatically), use bcrypt instead.