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Help with Magento 2 Open Source - 1 Click Droplet

Following all the instructions carefully about: Magento 2 Open Source by Eltrino Version 1.5.1OS Ubuntu 20.04 (LTS), I’ve noticed at a time that: the following steps didn’t ocur: “Authentication required (repo.magento.com): Username: Password:” And afterwords, after all instalation concluded, we could see the demo shop, but not through https, only using http; Also all the pages related with catalogue in store worked, but not the admin page, or even the login page?

Anyone that sucessfuly followed all this instructions, to install this dropled, and could shed some light on this please?


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HI @geralAnemone,

Can you confirm the exact place you where following the steps and created the Droplet from?

Did you create the Droplet from the marketplace - https://marketplace.digitalocean.com/apps/magento-2-open-source or from your Control Panel and follow a tutorial on how to install it?

If it’s the first option, the marketplace, I can confirm such as @alexdo I’ve also completed the setup and everything worked fine.

If it’s a tutorial you’ve been following, can you please confirm the exact steps and the tutorial itself you’ve done?

Hello there,

I’ve just completed the setup using the one-click install from our marketplace and everything went smoothly with no issues.

https://marketplace.digitalocean.com/apps/magento-2-open-source

Have you completed the setup over ssh once the droplet was created?

After you create a Magento One-Click Droplet, you’ll need to log into the Droplet via SSH to finish the Magento setup. This prevents the setup wizard from being visible to the internet until you’re ready to complete it. If you try to visit the Droplet’s IP address before logging into the Droplet, you’ll see a DigitalOcean landing page.

Hope that this helps!