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26 Mar 2020
02:49:50@nightah:nerv.com.auAmirit will write to the local disk as that UID and GID, and it will work fine
02:51:41@gitter_kevdogg:matrix.orgkevdogg (Gitter) It just looks wierd when I see the ownership group as 999. I'm like -- what? And then I remember. Perhaps I call that dirtying up the host system, maybe its not. If by default the UID/GID of the container was 469, then I believe it would show ldap:ldap, which would kind of be more clear to me. Yea a lot of nitpicking here
02:53:08@nightah:nerv.com.auAmiryou have to remember that uid and gid mappings are distro specific
02:53:21@nightah:nerv.com.auAmirthey will not always be the same on different linux systems
02:55:48@gitter_kevdogg:matrix.orgkevdogg (Gitter)I understand. Thanks.
08:00:48@nightah:nerv.com.auAmir kevdogg (Gitter): I actually adjusted the script to not require gsed, the less dependencies the better
08:01:01@nightah:nerv.com.auAmirif you have the chance at some point could you pull down the repo/branch again and test it please?
08:48:10@clems4ever:matrix.orgClément
In reply to @gitter_kevdogg:matrix.org
I'm not sure how the program is written -- but can the link just be spit out within the terminal as well as the txt file?
That could be an option. It's actually simple to implement.
08:51:02@nightah:nerv.com.auAmirit's yet another command though
08:51:06@nightah:nerv.com.auAmirwhether that's getting it from the docker logs
08:51:23@nightah:nerv.com.auAmirI've adjusted the instructions to a single grep which will get the link
08:54:33@clems4ever:matrix.orgClément
In reply to @nightah:nerv.com.au
I've adjusted the instructions to a single grep which will get the link
I see that, it's indeed better to give the command. 👍️
27 Mar 2020
01:32:03@gitter_kevdogg:matrix.orgkevdogg (Gitter) @aaomidi You still need testing on the mac stuff?
01:32:29@nightah:nerv.com.auAmirif you have the time feel free to run it from scratch now
01:32:32@nightah:nerv.com.auAmirit's live in master now
01:32:44@nightah:nerv.com.auAmirso you should actually just be able to follow the docs: https://docs.authelia.com/getting-started.html
01:33:14@gitter_kevdogg:matrix.orgkevdogg (Gitter)ok give me some time to pull that branch
01:40:48@nightah:nerv.com.auAmir also to ensure it is a clean run you probably want to remove any entries in your /etc/hosts file from the previous run
01:42:38@gitter_kevdogg:matrix.orgkevdogg (Gitter)Yea -- actually works even better than last time with the QR code thing working.
01:43:05@gitter_kevdogg:matrix.orgkevdogg (Gitter)One last thing which should be a quick fix for you. The command
01:43:07@gitter_kevdogg:matrix.orgkevdogg (Gitter)``
01:44:19@gitter_kevdogg:matrix.orgkevdogg (Gitter)
'grep -Eo '"https://.*" ' ./authelia/notification.txt'
Could you like put that command on its own line without quotes? It would be so much easier just to cut and paste that command without worrying about the single quotes nor trying to grab it if it spans lines.
01:45:48@gitter_kevdogg:matrix.orgkevdogg (Gitter) I'm assuming your sed stuff worked since I didn't remove gsed... I can do that if you want.
01:46:19@nightah:nerv.com.auAmirnah don't remove it, I tested it locally on my own mac to make sure that what we use worked within the confines of BSD sed
01:46:28@nightah:nerv.com.auAmirand if you managed to login that means it worked :)
01:46:53@nightah:nerv.com.auAmir * nah don't remove it, I tested it locally on my own mac to make sure that what we use worked within the confines of BSD sed
01:46:57@gitter_kevdogg:matrix.orgkevdogg (Gitter)Nice work.
01:48:22@nightah:nerv.com.auAmir
In reply to @gitter_kevdogg:matrix.org
'grep -Eo '"https://.*" ' ./authelia/notification.txt'
Could you like put that command on its own line without quotes? It would be so much easier just to cut and paste that command without worrying about the single quotes nor trying to grab it if it spans lines.
can do I suspect you mean in the output of the actual setup script?
01:48:26@nightah:nerv.com.auAmirand not in the docs?
05:56:38@gitter_kevdogg:matrix.orgkevdogg (Gitter)Yes within the script.

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