@Apple-Pro disable all plugins with
Or just one specific one with
./nodebb reset plugin="nodebb-plugin-im-broken"
And then you can remove them completely if you choose.
I managed to do it for free using cloud 9
Sure if the time you spent setting it up is worth nothing.
Just an FYI if you didn't know it already, those free cloud 9 workspaces go in to hibernate mode after few hours of inactivity in the IDE. So, your installation will not be accessible after that.
I can easily restart it.....it's actually worth being for free
In Nginx, you would just write the same rules for both subdomains.
I use cloud9
Also just for the records, i am pretty new to these stuff so I didn't really understand what you meant.
As with any open system, some projects will be abandoned due to lack of interest of available free time from the developer in charge. If you see a plugin that doesn't appear to have recent activity and which doesn't work on newer versions of NodeBB, then most likely it is abandoned. The only way to find out if a plugin works is to test it yourself at this point, though I believe a thing is planned that will automatically check plugins for failures to run for each new release of NodeBB, and would notify the respective maintainer(s) of that incompatibility.
Lets say an old plugin crashes nodebb ... How do we manually uninstall that plugin?
So i seen people have a certain domain for their sites (in this case nodebb) but they cover it with another domain....for example lets say the original domain of a nodebb forum is example.nodebb.org but you make another domain community.nodebb.org how do u make it stay as community.nodebb.org in the browser without it redirecting to the original domain? In this case, i wanna use dot.tk.
Also a quick reply to @julian in my previous topic https://community.nodebb.org/topic/9361/i-need-someone-to-setup-nodebb-for-me/11 (i can't reply to him there as it got locked)
I managed to do it for free using cloud 9 😁
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