is there a need for logs? or how can i provide more information to find a solution here?
I think we can just offer both options. But could anyone please explain what the two inv commands are for? I've asked everywhere and googled and I have no idea what these commands are supposed to do and how to integrate them into systemd
show/hide sensitive content button does not work for videos
I am following people who post videos on their mastodon instances but on the stream page for my instance nothing is displayed besides a show nsfw button which does nothing.
Also is there a way to set the stream page to always display NSFW contentp
I think it makes sense to provide both options. A systemd unit file is normal quite straightforward providing that in the documentation as an alternative would be useful
So far i have found a way to get the uvicorn working with systemd quite easily What do the two inv processes do? What are they needed for?
what would be the best way of replacing supervisord and instead using a direct systemd unit? If we can avoid installing additional management tools it would probably be a good idea
would it be possible to eventually connect a microblog instance with the variety of fediverse mobile apps? Ideally we could make changes to the instance without having to edit the profile.toml file via SSH everytime
Found the issue. There was a single missing statement in the apache conf
RequestHeader set X-Forwarded-Proto: "https"
I am running the instance via supervisord and using uvicorn, which I am proxying via Apache. This works alright except that I cannot submit anything as it gives me a "Content Security Error" I have found a work around by enabling Header set Content-Security-Policy: "default-src 'self' data:; script-src 'self' 'unsafe-inline'; style-src 'self' 'unsafe-inline'; img-src 'self' data:;" but i get this error
The information you have entered on this page will be sent over an insecure connection and could be read by a third party.
what is the correct way to proxy these requests so the site can be functional