Hi guys, amateur here. As I am following through this tutorial (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aljYjRylkyM&t=438s) I encountered this problem after I entered my email in “enter your email (For SSL Certificate)” [this is at 10:27 in the video]
1) SystemError Message: Your domain name is not pointing to the correct IP address of your server, check your DNS has propagated and run `ghost setup ssl` again Debug Information: OS: Ubuntu, v20.04.3 LTS Node Version: v14.18.1 Ghost Version: 4.32.1 Ghost-CLI Version: 1.18.1 Environment: production Command: 'ghost install --auto --db=mysql --dbhost=localhost --dbname=ghost_production --dbuser=ghost --dbpass=b92a2c2d9ab25d16a3ffa7068d73f320bc3d7feb58ca934d --dir=/var/www/ghost --start'
I went close the windows terminal and went to type "ssh email@example.com’ again. but it showed no system error .as I went into my domain, I am unable to see the ghost page. I am unsure of what to do, my domain is now showing a bad gateway. I need your assistance. you are my only hope…
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In order to issue a valid SSL certificate using Let’s Encrypt, you need to have a domain name and point your domain name to the server IP address.
You can follow the steps here on how to manage your DNS here:
If you do not have a domain name, then you could use the server IP instead without an SSL certificate.
Hope that this helps! Best, Bobby