The same issue:
Server is starting...
---------Running Pre-Flight, this might take a moment or two...---------
Couldn't find a working PHP 7 binary, please use the installer.
[Scales] [WARNING] This server has been detected as crashed by the management daemon. The restart process is being skipped due to the frequency at which this server is crashing (< 60 seconds between crashes).
I am closing this topic because we're not here to help people start hosting companies from their home internet connection. That being said, in order to use PufferPanel from a home connection with a router, PufferPanel requires ports 80 and 5656 to be forwarded to the outside. Please provide the panel with your public IP, not the internal IP.
A static IP is desirable, but not required. If you have a constantly changing IP, you can use a dynamic DNS service in order to have a domain that always points to your home IP.
Please open a new thread if you have further issues with PufferPanel.
I want to give a HUGE big special thanks to @LordRalex and @puffrfish you 2 have gone far and wide to help fix this issue! can i "Donate" you some McDonalds, and coffee money?
the last step was [18:09] <puffrfish> systemctl restart pufferd
and eveything worked!!! thank you all so much :D
Ubuntu 16.04 X64
That does appear to be correct except for lacking the default votifier port of 8192. I can only assume from that config that you've changed the port that votifier is running on.
After re-creating the docker container and starting it, run the following and ensure that the ports actually got mapped correctly.
# docker ps -a | grep bungee
If they are not mapped correctly, you'll have to destroy and re-create the docker container manually. You can find out how to do that at the following link. https://community.pufferpanel.com/topic/31/an-unofficial-faq-tutorial
It seems to be only the server that can't connect to the public IP. I can get to Scales from outside the LAN (remotely). I scent l haven't tried another local computer, but I can do that a little later today.
We have released a new version of PufferPanel and Scales with an improved installation process and many bug fixes. Please try the latest version and see if it fixes your issues.
I’m marking this question as solved since there has been a long period of inactivity on it. If you are still experiencing issues, please create a new question. Thanks!
@ariqcs said in PufferPanel auto installer for Ubuntu 16.04LTS - Pastee Link:
can it work with apache?
Assuming you are using PufferPanel 0.8.6 you can read the Apache documentation here: http://www.pufferpanel.com/v0.8.6/docs/apache-configuration