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Re: [GMG-Devel] Problem configuring mediagoblin on a raspberry pi server

From: Jim Campbell
Subject: Re: [GMG-Devel] Problem configuring mediagoblin on a raspberry pi server.
Date: Mon, 11 May 2015 10:01:46 -0500

Hi Cyd,
Thanks for giving MediaGoblin a try! And kudos on your English. You wrote very well, thanks.
On Sun, May 10, 2015, at 06:30 AM, address@hidden wrote:
Hello everyone,
Sorry for my english, i'm french (and I know, nobody is perfect).
I'm working on a community server using a raspberry pi computer (to be accurate, several raspberry pi) and offering to community members some services showing the importance using free solutions for private life protection.
As an alternative to youtube we chose, by the way, mediagoblin. SO I started to make it work on one of those servers (wheezy raspbian).
I followed all the steps described in and everything worked fine.
I made my db, created an admin user but, when i'm trying to log on, i always have the same message :

403 Forbidden

CSRF cookie not present. This is most likely the result of a cookie blocker or somesuch.<br/>Make sure to permit the settings of cookies for this domain.

So, i tried to use the fix descrided here :
But when i'm using it, mediagoblin seems to be broken. (it just says it's broken), and i dont know where to find a log file.
I'm quiet sure i did something wrong, but i dont know what. Do any of you awesome people have a clue about that ?
Thank you ^^
For starters, I'll point you to the log files.  The log files that you'll want to check are typically located at:
/var/log/mediagoblin/mediagoblin.log  (for the application)
/var/log/nginx/access.log and /var/log/nginx/error.log  (for the web server).
Also, it has been a while since I've used the 0.7 branch (as I've been working on the 0.8 branch which will be out soon), but you may also see messages in /var/log/messages  (not 100% sure).
I hope that helps get you in the right direction. Feel free to report back with additional info after you review the issues from the logs.

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