I "deleted" the containers and stated from scratch and everything went smooth the second time for whatever reason.
I tried the example for onlyoffice psoted here and if I visit: https://office.mydomain.tldI get the welcome text but if I visit https://office.mydomain.tld/healthcheck/ I get "false" in the browser and the onlyoffice contaienr lgos saying:
[2021-05-29T13:32:09.587] [ERROR] nodeJS - healthCheck error ││ error: password authentication failed for user "onlyoffice" ││ at Connection.parseE (/snapshot/server/build/server/DocService/node_modules/pg/lib/connection.js:614:13) ││ at Connection.parseMessage (/snapshot/server/build/server/DocService/node_modules/pg/lib/connection.js:413:19) ││ at Socket. (/snapshot/server/build/server/DocService/node_modules/pg/lib/connection.js:129:22) ││ at Socket.emit (events.js:198:13) ││ at addChunk (_stream_readable.js:288:12) ││ at readableAddChunk (_stream_readable.js:269:11) ││ at Socket.Readable.push (_stream_readable.js:224:10) ││ at TCP.onStreamRead [as onread] (internal/stream_base_commons.js:94:17)
Any ideas? Google didn't help :-/
Thanks, I sorted it out, just created a new user and used that user/group instead of root.
OK, thanks for your reply, I wasn't aware I shouldn't mention other products, sorry about that and thanks for clarifying. Still, any chance of a reply to this question:can filerun be accesses like a drive? I am not sure how to best describe it, say kinda mount it with fuse or something?
oh, I should have read that properly, sorry for the confusion
I am having the exact same problem when trying to open a file with my locally installed Office product:
We can't connect to "https://yourserver.com:4430/filerun/wl/rw/jhhWHWghWYWYUuyWYUW56GwerPOSP01/test.docx'. Please make sure you're using the correct web address
I am using filerun via docker - does this mean that there is no mod_rewrite solution built into the docker image?
It seems there is now an option to use a local LibreOffice but I am wondering how I can do this if I am using filerun via Docker?
Could you give some pointers please? Simply selecting user root and uid 0 leads to this error:
+ exec apache2-foreground ││ AH00526: Syntax error on line 115 of /etc/apache2/apache2.conf: ││ Error:\tApache has not been designed to serve pages while\n\trunning as root. There are known race conditions that\n\twill allow any local user ││ to read any file on the system.\n\tIf you still desire to serve pages as root then\n\tadd -DBIG_SECURITY_HOLE to the CFLAGS env variable\n\tand t ││ hen rebuild the server.\n\tIt is strongly suggested that you instead modify the User\n\tdirective in your httpd.conf file to list a non-root\n\tu ││ ser.\n
The reason I am asking, maybe there is an easier way for what I need. I need to give access permissions to filerun to some folder mounted via volumes from outside and those are ownd by root:root - so basically, inside the docker container the web server needs to run with uid 0 and guid 0 or at least one of them as I understand things.
Sorry to revive this old thread but can you please clarify the correct credentials?
Access your FileRun installation and log in as superuser (The default login name of the superuser is “admin”).
The default FileRun credentials are as follows:
* Username: superuser
* Password: superuser
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