I'm looking forward to switching to Joplin.
I have a self-hosted Ubuntu server running docker with Portainer. I have installed and successfully configured a few apps so far but am not an IT professional. I'm having trouble getting my joplin server installed. After starting a stack, I usually click on the "Published Ports" link to first check out the app locally via HTTP before I set it up in my NGINX reverse proxy. When I click the link, I get a webpage with "Invalid origin: hp://192.168.1.XX:22300". I've already spent some time looking at similar solutions, but they all seem to involve the reverse proxy which is not yet necessary.
Please help! Thanks.
Note I used "hs" and "hp" instead of the usual due to site rules.
My docker compose yaml is:
version: '3' services: db: container_name: joplin-db restart: unless-stopped image: postgres:13.1 ports: - "5432:5432" volumes: - /data/joplin-data:/var/lib/postgresql/data environment: - POSTGRES_PASSWORD=joplin - POSTGRES_USER=joplin - POSTGRES_DB=joplin app: container_name: joplin-server environment: - APP_BASE_URL=hs://www.example.com - APP_PORT=22300 - POSTGRES_PASSWORD=joplin - POSTGRES_DATABASE=joplin - POSTGRES_USER=joplin - POSTGRES_PORT=5432 - POSTGRES_HOST=db - DB_CLIENT=pg restart: unless-stopped image: etechonomy/joplin-server:latest ports: - "22300:22300" depends_on: - db