TLDR robinwolff is having issues with docker installation as it reflects "0.0.0.0:3000" instead of their configured domain. sojan_official suggested checking environment variables, but the issue remained unresolved.
I currently have some trubble with my docker Installation.
In some Points, there is always “0.0.0.0:3000” instead of my configured domain.
I think, this is the reason, why my Telegram-Integration doesn’t work anyways… It doesn’t set a webhook at telegram.
I hope, you can help.
did you configure the `FRONTEND_URL` environment variable ?
did you restart the installation post updating the variables ? the services will only pick up env variables during start
So it doesn't help me
Ah, Docker is just overrated anyway
robinwolff could you verify the value of frontend url from rails console
in the console type
is not set...
but I restarted the containers multiple times..
let me restart the whole Host
after a complete restart of the server, it is still wrong
double check wehther you are customising the values in .env file and also that the values are not commented out using `#`
did you restart the containers using docker compose up ?
reboted the whole vm and with docker-compose restart
Any other ideas?
is it possible to spin up a new vm and try on it instead. there might be some misconfiguration somewhere which is overriding the value set in .env file
I can reinsatll the vm, but normally it should be a clean vm without anything else
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