~tommi

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https://tommi.space


#486 Add tommi.space to Fediring 24 days ago

Ticket created by ~tommi on ~amolith/fediring

Hi!

Here is Tommi, owner and creator of https://tommi.space, my personal website. My Fediverse account is https://pan.rent/@tommi. I would love to be added to Fediring. I already added the code snippets (https://tommi.space/#fediring)

Thanks a lot for creating this webring!

Best, T

#14 ERROR: invalid url: RelativeUrlWithoutBase 1 year, 20 days ago

Ticket created by ~tommi on ~int80h/gemserv

I am using gemserv from YunoHost. I opened the same issue on the YunoHost app repository, since I do not know if it is an upstream issue or not.

#Describe the bug

When visiting my capsule, the browser gives the error: invalid url: RelativeUrlWithoutBase

Screenshot from 2023-05-06 20-05-14

#Context

  • Hardware: VPS bought online
  • YunoHost version: 11.1.18
  • I have access to my server: Through SSH
  • Are you in a special context or did you perform some particular tweaking on your YunoHost instance?: no

#Steps to reproduce

  • Visit gemini://tommi.space/index.gmi

#Expected behavior

The Gemini website should be loaded normally

#Config files

/etc/gemserv/config.d/tommi.space.d:

[[server]]
hostname = "tommi.space"
dir = "/opt/yunohost/gemserv/tommi.space"
key = "/etc/yunohost/certs/tommi.space/key.pem"
cert = "/etc/yunohost/certs/tommi.space/crt.pem"
lang = "en"
redirect = { "/" = "/index.gmi" }

/etc/gemserv/config.toml:

# interface accepts multiple interface/port combinations. However, due to the
# dual stack nature of linux if you specify "[::]:1965" linux will also listen
# on "0.0.0.0:1965" so if you manually specify both it will fail.
# interface = [ "0.0.0.0:1965, "[::]:1965" ]
interface = [ "[::]:1965" ]
# port and host have been deprecated in favor of interface but will still work
# for now.
# port = 1965
# host = "::"
# log is optional and server wide. It defaults to info if not set. Other levels
# are error, warn, and info. If error is set it will only show error. If warn
# is set it will show error and warn. Info shows all three.
log = "info"

[[server]]
hostname = "tommi.space"
dir = "/opt/yunohost/gemserv/tommi.space"
key = "/etc/yunohost/certs/tommi.space/key.pem"
cert = "/etc/yunohost/certs/tommi.space/crt.pem"
lang = "en"
redirect = { "/" = "/index.gmi" }

#28 Error 502: bad gateway 1 year, 8 months ago

Comment by ~tommi on ~tsileo/microblog.pub

SOLVED! That was it. Thanks a lot, sorry for bothering!

#28 Error 502: bad gateway 1 year, 8 months ago

Comment by ~tommi on ~tsileo/microblog.pub

(redacted log files)

#28 Error 502: bad gateway 1 year, 8 months ago

Comment by ~tommi on ~tsileo/microblog.pub

No errors appear, and I still get error 502 in the homepage…

root@server:/home/admin# sudo /opt/yunohost/microblogpub/inv.sh compile-scss
boussole compile
15:21:51 - Building project
15:21:51 - Output: /opt/yunohost/microblogpub/microblogpub/app/static/css/main.css
root@server:/home/admin# sudo yunohost service restart microblogpub
Success! Service 'microblogpub' restarted

#28 Error 502: bad gateway 1 year, 8 months ago

Comment by ~tommi on ~tsileo/microblog.pub

(redacted) is the log file

#28 Error 502: bad gateway 1 year, 8 months ago

Ticket created by ~tommi on ~tsileo/microblog.pub

After editing data/_theme.scss and running sudo yunohost service restart microblogpub, I get error 502 when visiting the page.

#26 Remote follow does not work 1 year, 8 months ago

Comment by ~tommi on ~tsileo/microblog.pub

It might have been a simple connection issue without me being aware. Let us keep the issue open for a bit, I will continue testing remote follow and I will close the issue if I stop having problems.

#4 YunoHost package 1 year, 8 months ago

Comment by ~tommi on ~tsileo/microblog.pub

I will wait for microblog.pub_ynh repository to be added to the official YunoHost Apps list to deploy it in production, so that I do not have to migrate or change anything, and directly install from there.

#27 Mastodon API support 1 year, 8 months ago

Comment by ~tommi on ~tsileo/microblog.pub

I understand… Using a mobile client makes things much more efficient to me, but I know that maintenance becomes trickier. Thanks a lot for your work anyways! If needed, I will open an issue with feedback about responsiveness.