Note: please read updates at end of this post.
I have NGINX server installed and running with other apps (just migrated from Apache). Kolibri-server does not load/run with NGINX, and disables NGINX.
- Kolibri version: Kolibri-server V 0.3.6-0ubuntu1
- Operating system: Ubuntu 18.04
- Browser: Firefox 85.0.1
Detailed information: Before installing Kolibri-server NGINX is running and serving other apps. After Kolibri-server install NGINX fails due to a missing NGINX conf.d Kolibri file pointer missing. Kolibiri-server is loaded, but not active. I am not able to start Kolibri setup in the browser on default port 8080 (or any other port). If I remove the Kolibri file in Nginx conf.d Nginx starts again cleanly, but Kolibri still will not load. I’ve removed and reinstalled everything a couple of times, but without any luck. How can I get this enabled? It ran fine with Apache, but I had many reasons to move to Nginx.
I’m attaching the following files (in zipped folder):
- Kolibri log file before conf.d file removed
- Kolibri log after conf.d file removed
- Journalctl -xe results following attempted startup of Kolibri and Nginx
- Screenshot of error message when attempting to open Kolibri file in Nginx conf.d
- Note: the debug files were empty.
Link to log files on Dropbox: Dropbox - Kolibri Logs.zip - Simplify your life
Update #1: I removed kolibri-server and all files/folders, and installed kolibri 0.14.6 (base package, not server version). That works fine. The issue appears to be limited to the server package only.
Update #2: I tried installing kolibri-server on top of kolibri base. There were 2 errors: one was related to an include statement which I removed (did not appear to be needed). The other is due to a missing uwsgi.ini file in the /etc folder. Is it possible to get a copy of that file so I can manually install it?
FWIW: I think this problem is a result of a re-install after I partitioned my device to add more storage. It appears that there were broken links left from the previous install when I removed kolibri. I would appreciate any help getting it resolved.
Thanks for anyone’s assistance. Mark K