Hi there. I was tryng to install pydio cells on Ubuntu 18.04.2 Server (in Hyper-V) using this guide
instead of downloading the 1.0.1 version (as linked in the guide) I have downloaded the 1.4.0
The problem occurs at the moment in which I run the command “./cells install” because I get this:
panic: runtime error: invalid memory address or nil point dereference
I was thinking that it could occur because the apache2 service is running (in the beginning it’s specified that this service has to stop) but it installed itself at the moment I installed php and I’m not able to stop it. Maybe this is the problem?
I followed the guide above. I installed a clean Ubuntu Server 18.04.2 then installed and configured mysql and PHP. No changes to the network or other. When I go to install cells I get that error. In the meanwhile I will try to repeat the installation on a physical machine and not in a virtual environment
nothing, reinstalled ubuntu + mysql and at the moment of installing cells the same error as above. Maybe wrong permissions to the install file?
I run on it :
sudo chmod u+x cells
sudo chown pydio.pydio cells
I still don’t get why Pydio Cells needs a private IP to make it work?
Is 127.0.0.1 not private enough?
Why force the use of 10.0.0.0, 172.16.0.0, 192.168.0.0 ?
Why would you limit it like that?
Not every server on the internet is behind some proprietary Firewall/NAT solution, a lot of them are directly on the internet, and the explanation in troubleshooting is realy stupid: “This typically happens on small VPS that are hosted in the cloud and don’t have a private address by default.”