I installed the admin tools and can see that PHPMyAdmin is on the server, but when I try to visit http://resonate.is:22222/ I just get a timeout. No authentication request. Tried checking the 22222 error log but it was blank.
Searched through a dozen posts on this topic and didn’t find anyone with a similar issue.
That was a good hunch because when I first tried accessing it, I noticed what appeared to be incomplete admin folders. So while I had done an install myself, it wasn’t after doing a full remove, so your idea definitely could have worked. Unfortunately, it didn’t… still getting a timeout.
Hopefully some senior RT Camp folks will notice this ticket. Have already hired them for previous jobs, so almost a paying customer, hehehe.
I believe this was asked before, but when logged into your web server, what is the result of the following command?
lsof -i :22222
Who is your web host?
Point of Interest: I despise the way the rtCommunity leadership closes threads, forcing people to create a new post, when the same/similar issues exist, or even when trying to get clarification on information provided. It is also very discouraging when searching for a resolution to a problem, not being able to ask follow-up questions, without opening a new thread is beyond annoying. In the end though, not my community to manage, though if leadership wants more user participation, they should end their current “CLOSE” policy, post haste.
I have reopened topic as this one was closed in error. Though I do not have any solution for your problem, you may continue your discussion. Sorry for inconvenience.
Though this happened in error, I am fine with current policy. You can always create a linked topic, in case you have a similar question.
If we do not close solved or topics where people don’t reply/acknowledge our last post, it will become hard.
Even though this is supposed to be community forum, most used when don’t hear back from other members blame it on rtCamp. So this kind of closing/cleanup help us look into “open” topics whenever we have free time.
I sometimes wish, we should have used something like “stack overflow” where either question poster or mods can mark a question answered, leaving only “unanswered” questions for free time.
If you have any better suggestion, please let us know. We will be happy to improve this community forum.
@bamajr That plugin is not updated in a year. I am sorry to say last thing I want to add is more maintenance work for my team.
Discourse team is working on a plugin for “mark as solved” or something like that. I am waiting for it to reach stable version.
We are even evaluating idea of moving back support to github issues and use gitlab (internal) issue tracker to keep track of development work. Please keep an eye on our blog. I will have some important announcement about every aspect of easyengine project soon (including EE 4).
p.s. as I really do not have more to offer on this topic, and our replies are intermingled, I am not moving it to new thread. Sorry @peter1 for unnecessary noise here.