Installing and hosting taiga on ARM64 based machine

Hello everyone. I have been trying to figure out how to install taiga on an ARM64 based server but unfortunately I couldn’t accomplish that via docker. Is there a way to do it ? Any help will be appreciated. Thanks!

Hi @m3tr0n,

We don’t have the docker images compiled to be able to deploy them on this architecture yet. However, we know that Taiga works perfectly on ARM64 because it is the architecture we use for our SaaS. You can follow the installation guide to setup Taiga from source code.

Of course it will be something that we will keep in mind for our future major versions.

@david.barragan Thank you for the confirmation David. I did try to install it directly from the source code but ran into some problems but now that I know that it is possible, I’m sure a bit of troubleshooting will be all I need to do.

Also yes, a docker image for the ARM64 compatible version will be very helpful. Thank you.

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@david.barragan Am I supposed to replace rabbitmquser and rabbitmqpassword in

sudo rabbitmqctl add_user rabbitmquser rabbitmqpassword

If yes then maybe the installation guide could use an editing check.

Yes, you can use whatever values ​​you want. But remember that you will have to modify them in the rest of the settings files so that taiga-back and taiga-events can connect with RabbitMQ.

Finally everything connects and functions except that now I get a 403 error when I try to load up the webpage

Ummm, maybe some mistake in the nginx settings

There was an error in the initial configuration provided in the guide. I made it work though so thanks and maybe check the guide for errors if someone in your team has the time for it. Thanks!

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