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People's Open Chat is a [https://rocket.chat/ Rocket.Chat] instance that is being hosted on the sudomesh server. This is a place for documenting it's configuration and troubleshooting bugs related to it. The instance can be found at https://peoplesopen.net/chat.
 
People's Open Chat is a [https://rocket.chat/ Rocket.Chat] instance that is being hosted on the sudomesh server. This is a place for documenting it's configuration and troubleshooting bugs related to it. The instance can be found at https://peoplesopen.net/chat.
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= Troubleshooting ==
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If you receive a "not found" error, such as 502 Bad Gateway, when going to https://peoplesopen.net/chat, try,
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1. Reaching it by its port like so https://peoplesopen.net:3001
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2. If this also fails, log into the sudomesh server and restart the service by going to /var/www/Rocket.Chat and running ./run.sh
  
 
= Install Rocket.Chat =
 
= Install Rocket.Chat =
 
We chose to install Rocket.Chat manually on an Ubuntu 14.04 server, following [https://rocket.chat/docs/installation/manual-installation/ubuntu/ this guide].
 
We chose to install Rocket.Chat manually on an Ubuntu 14.04 server, following [https://rocket.chat/docs/installation/manual-installation/ubuntu/ this guide].

Revision as of 08:49, 11 March 2018

People's Open Chat is a Rocket.Chat instance that is being hosted on the sudomesh server. This is a place for documenting it's configuration and troubleshooting bugs related to it. The instance can be found at https://peoplesopen.net/chat.

Troubleshooting =

If you receive a "not found" error, such as 502 Bad Gateway, when going to https://peoplesopen.net/chat, try, 1. Reaching it by its port like so https://peoplesopen.net:3001 2. If this also fails, log into the sudomesh server and restart the service by going to /var/www/Rocket.Chat and running ./run.sh

Install Rocket.Chat

We chose to install Rocket.Chat manually on an Ubuntu 14.04 server, following this guide.