I have just installed OpenRemote on our Oracle Cloud Linux instance which was a success. The instructions were followed from;
This article will show you how to install OpenRemote, a straightforward and user-friendly open source IoT platform, on your Linux VPS server.
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…which worked great.
However, When I went to open the page using
https://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx as per instructions, I saw a warning on the Firefox browser regarding privacy issues, which I accepted and bypassed. The Address came up as the Ipaddress /manager/ and the screen is blank.
Can you advise on how I can fix this please.
Thank you in advance,
Without looking into it too much, I notice from that article that the command to set the keycloak host is outdated. It should be
Could you give that a try?
I have tried, and unfortunately, it has not worked
Maybe this topic can help you?
I have issue with starting of OpenRemote on Oracle Cloud. Completly fresh installation.
I use Ubuntu 20.04 as system. I have installed Docker and used docker-compose to start docker containers. Looking on “docker ps” it looks that all containers are running fine.
I have also allowed ports 80,443, 8883 to go through and that are visible from outside via public IP. During troubleshooting I tested nginx instalation and I was able to see basic webpage on port 80. So it seems to me that fir…
That threw a spanner in the works.
I am happy to start from square one again.
Would you happen to have the complete step by step instructions to install from scratch?
Please refer to the master docker profile, it explains the variables that affect HOSTNAME:
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# OpenRemote v3
# This is the base configuration profile. Note that you must extend this configuration to complete
# it with service dependencies and volume mappings, see docker-compose.yml for a usable complete
# This file contains a description of all the environment variables available for each service
# including their default values. These can be overridden in many ways, shell environment variable,
# env file, extending/merging this compose file, etc.
# Here's a list of commonly customised environment variables:
Just looks like you have a misconfiguration and your developer tools window in your browser will likely show more information,
@Don might be worth putting a comment on that blog post pointing back to our wiki