Trying to stay ahead of various queries so I’ve got a couple of machines setup for running the v3 stack from the release version and running the development version. Ubuntu 20.04 LTS with internal IP address that has a sub-domain setup.
Using Ubuntu can cause considerable confusion due to many commands needing
sudo but then
sudo can’t find the path to
go. Perhaps a recommendation on OS version/flavour or how to bypass security for beginners.
Release 3.11.1 installs after a couple of runs at it, the console secret should be mentioned BEFORE running anything so you have it in
ttn-lw-stack-docker.yml before you run the
create-auth-client - couldn’t find the best way to roll it all back so flattened machine and started again.
How do you delete everything and start again? Tried to delete the databases, then tried removing Docker, deleting it’s directory in /var/lib but then couldn’t reinstall back again. What other files do I need to flush out.
It doesn’t install the Storage Db - error code 255.
There is an implication that the install scripts will grab a Let’s Encrypt certificate for you - apparently not - but having changed all the https to http I can get past the Token exchange refused issue. I’ll look at installing a certificate another time.
Development version as at 22 Feb 2021 works with some
sudo hiccups and some error messages that appear to be serious but hard to tell.
Mostly I was trying to get the SDK working as that’s actually my main point of interest. I put the admin generated key in to the
basics.js, changed the user to ‘admin’ plus the domain but I get back “Stack configuration must be defined” when I
node basics.js. Tried to read the stack config validation but it’s going to take some time to get to grips with the code style/density.
How do you want elderly hackers who just want to run a local copy & the SDK so he doesn’t destroy his TTNv3 setup to move this forward? Can put issues in to GitHub for what might actually be errors but suspect it’s lack of knowledge on my part at present.