[Freedombox-discuss] 403 error when connecting from the outside. Also: Shaarli.
permondes - sagen
sagen at permondes.de
Wed Nov 9 19:09:42 UTC 2016
Am Dienstag, den 08.11.2016, 15:52 -0500 schrieb A. F. Cano:
> On Mon, Nov 07, 2016 at 07:51:30PM +0100, permondes - sagen wrote:
> > I have been using Bookmarks (Shaarli) from the inside network for a
> > while now. I haven't noticed anything to distinguish whether it is,
> > or should be (or not) accessible from the outside, so I assumed it would
> > be.
> > I don't have Shaarli running, as I am using the box based on Testing,
> > which does not include Shaarli.
> It must be a leftover from the time the box was running unstable. I
> changed to testing shortly after the problem that prevented ssh access.
> I could swear I was able to access Shaarli before, at the url
> http://fbx/shaarli/ but now I only get a blank page, both with chromium and
> firefox. If I click on the "shaare link" button (that's only installed in
> firefox) it calls up
> http://fbx/shaarli/?do=login&post=<the long address to save>
> And then it works fine.
> But if I go to http://fbx/shaarli/?do=login
> I do get the login page but then I invariably get "Wrong login/password"
> when I type it in, and a blank page when I use the saved (in firefox)
> login/password. This is the same one that works in the line with the
> post directive above. Something strange is going on here...
I am afraid, I cannot help on this. This goes beyond my knowledge.
Maybe someone else can step in?
> > ...
> > I am using radicale for my calendar. It's been set up as described in the
> > wiki: https://wiki.debian.org/FreedomBox/Manual/Radicale (those entries
> > are from me).
> Thanks. I'll keep trying. The immediate problem is that my data are in
> a version of Kaddressbook and Korganizer that don't support
> CalDav/CarDav. I'll have to export and import into a newer version that
> does, it looks like.
> > As you can see, I am using evolution (stable). After the calendar was set
> I found this page:
> That also has instructions for kde. Unfortunately it also requires
> > Those are the 2 applications that are installed at this point. I am now
> > thinking that maybe I need to provide the specific paths to the
> > applications but I can't test that now since I'm on the inside at the
> > moment.
> Ok, did try that eventually and it didn't work. Not even from the inside.
> Of course from the inside I just got the blank screen. I wonder if the
> password issue is somehow related to having installed the letsencrypt
> certificate. Logically it shouldn't be related, but strenge things are
> Incidentally, the duplicate entry for the internal LAN port in the
> networks page went away after a reboot.
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