Commit 73e6bbbe authored by Haelwenn's avatar Haelwenn

Merge branch 'develop' into 'develop'

Updated OpenBSD installation guide for version OpenBSD 6.6

See merge request !2131
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# Installing on OpenBSD
This guide describes the installation and configuration of pleroma (and the required software to run it) on a single OpenBSD 6.4 server.
This guide describes the installation and configuration of pleroma (and the required software to run it) on a single OpenBSD 6.6 server.
For any additional information regarding commands and configuration files mentioned here, check the man pages [online](https://man.openbsd.org/) or directly on your server with the man command.
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#### PostgreSQL
Start a shell as the \_postgresql user (as root run `su _postgresql -` then run the `initdb` command to initialize postgresql:
If you wish to not use the default location for postgresql's data (/var/postgresql/data), add the following switch at the end of the command: `-D <path>` and modify the `datadir` variable in the /etc/rc.d/postgresql script.
You will need to specify pgdata directory to the default (/var/postgresql/data) with the `-D <path>` and set the user to postgres with the `-U <username>` flag. This can be done as follows:
```
initdb -D /var/postgresql/data -U postgres
```
If you are not using the default directory, you will have to update the `datadir` variable in the /etc/rc.d/postgresql script.
When this is done, enable postgresql so that it starts on boot and start it. As root, run:
```
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}
types {
include "/usr/share/misc/mime.types"
}
```
Do not forget to change *<IPv4/6 address\>* to your server's address(es). If httpd should only listen on one protocol family, comment one of the two first *listen* options.
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authority letsencrypt-<domain name> {
#agreement url "https://letsencrypt.org/documents/LE-SA-v1.2-November-15-2017.pdf"
api url "https://acme-v01.api.letsencrypt.org/directory"
api url "https://acme-v02.api.letsencrypt.org/directory"
account key "/etc/acme/letsencrypt-privkey-<domain name>.pem"
}
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* run `mix deps.get`
* run `mix pleroma.instance gen` and enter your instance's information when asked
* copy config/generated\_config.exs to config/prod.secret.exs. The default values should be sufficient but you should edit it and check that everything seems OK.
* exit your current shell back to a root one and run `psql -U postgres -f /home/_pleroma/config/setup_db.psql` to setup the database.
* exit your current shell back to a root one and run `psql -U postgres -f /home/_pleroma/pleroma/config/setup_db.psql` to setup the database.
* return to a \_pleroma shell into pleroma's installation directory (`su _pleroma -;cd ~/pleroma`) and run `MIX_ENV=prod mix ecto.migrate`
As \_pleroma in /home/\_pleroma/pleroma, you can now run `LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8 MIX_ENV=prod mix phx.server` to start your instance.
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##### Starting pleroma at boot
An rc script to automatically start pleroma at boot hasn't been written yet, it can be run in a tmux session (tmux is in base).
#### Create administrative user
If your instance is up and running, you can create your first user with administrative rights with the following command as the \_pleroma user.
```
LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8 MIX_ENV=prod mix pleroma.user new <username> <your@emailaddress> --admin
```
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