I just install last version of gogs on a YunoHost 2.5.6 .
Seems to work, i just have an issue about home url.
Installed version on own url gogs.example.org , i can log in : but home page are redirected to gogs.example.org/gogs/ like ‘Tableaux de bord’ redirected to gogs/ too.
I look at ngynx : don’t seems to be here.
Any idea ?
Hi, sorry to dirsupt you again, but after a reinstall of gogs (don’t ask) I have this error now
And sometimes I have this.
I started all services and check the go code but … the request diend by validname annoying me.
so bad news I have a wierd behavior. I must be not connected to yunohost (log out) and so I have access to gogs but without… users, impossible to log in…
I ve check on git https://github.com/YunoHost-Apps/gogs_ynh/issues/16 and seems related…
For the log on log in… I can make it for now but without user, it’s complecate, impossible to create a repository…
Any idea ??
Sorry I have absolutely no idea.
In my case I dind’t have much time to spend on my own server maintenance and broke some db stuff when I did updates yesterday.
I was running version 0.9 and couldn’t even update it nor access the db, everything was kinda broken so I backed up /home/gogs/repositories.
I tryied to put it back in place after a fresh re-install of the whole server but the repos do not seem to appear.
I knew this wouldn’t be so easy (and some stuff were stored in the db) but if someone knows the extra step so I can get back my codes.
I just install this app package and it seems work fine.
I encounter a problem when i try to push throught https protocols. I’m a git beginner and i don’t know how i can resolve my stuff. See
$ git push https://******.com/app/myuser/project.git
fatal: unable to update url base from redirection:
asked for: https://******.com/app/myuser/project.git/info/refs?service=git-receive-pack
i just set the app as public and it works
It works in public mode yes but this is not a good solution. I don’t want this site as public.
I just want to use it in a private mode do you have any ideas ?
By the way how can i change the status of public site ?
Thank you tostaki this is really great. I was looking for gitlab and found it wasn’t done but I’ve never been really happy with gitlab, its just so ridiculously slow. Gogs is fantastic. I found that the web based installer didn’t work but the command line instructions on the github repo worked flawlessly. I really like yunohost, I think I’ll be working on something for it too.
I’ve been trying to get Gogs running on my LIME2 with YunoHost 2.7.5, without success. The only thing I see when I try to access domain.nohost.me/gogs is a white page. I’ve installed Gogs as a private app, but making it public doesn’t help. Issueing commands like service gogs start, service nginx reload and systemctl restart gogs.service doesn’t help.
I used to have Gogs running on a Pi 2 with my own domain, so I’m wondering if my setup is somehow causing the issue.
service gogs start
service nginx reload
systemctl restart gogs.service
Alright, by running yunohost app install -l Gogs https://github.com/YunoHost-Apps/gogs_ynh instead of using the GUI app installer, Gogs started to work. Why is this? Does the command install a later version of Gogs? Or is the terminal install somehow different from the GUI install?
yunohost app install -l Gogs https://github.com/YunoHost-Apps/gogs_ynh