@joe-morris Yes, for simplicity, the guide does not cover setting up a dedicated user for MongoDB.
Those specific instructions can be found in our more technical installation instructions here: https://docs.nodebb.org/installing/os/ubuntu/
@phit same issue with nodebb-plugin-custom-homepage
Is it possible to use the same patch?
I have upgraded from v1.3 to 1.4, then 1.4.1, 1.4.2, it all appears to have gone successfully from the front end side. Awesome job, very smooth from a setup side
However admin, seems to have lost a lot of it's language localization strings....
Note this is only a few examples, there are loads.
Anyone else experience this issue? Did I do something wrong? Any way to fix it?
@tedbaker what language do you have selected in your user profile?
@PitaJ Thanks for your reply, I currently have en-US. I did have en-GB but I changed it earlier to see if it was that but no difference
@tedbaker no difference between en-US and en-GB huh? Any errors or warnings when you run in dev mode? Does this occur both on cold load and when switching pages?
@PitaJ No, no difference between en-US and en-GB, this is only in admin (ACP) though. The front-end is fine.
In dev mode I receive no errors in the terminal console or in the error log in Advanced in the ACP.
In the Chrome console when running in dev mode I get
Which would explain the issues. I can see these files in the /public/language/en-US/admin and en-GB folder
@tedbaker are you accessing NodeBB directly or through a reverse proxy?
@PitaJ Thanks again, I use nginx for the URL, however I just checked and if i access through the direct IP and port the problem is not present. I assume that would mean there is some missing configuration but I am unsure of how to fix it, I am still learning node and nginx so any pointers appreciated
@PitaJ sorry I should have looked a little harder first I just noticed other people putting issues in here. That post fixed my issue. Thanks ever so much!