The issue is on my side that when I do a fresh install of seafile on a fresh install of Ubuntu, that the MYSQL installation via PIP creates errors.
That’s the link I posted in my first thread.
The next issue is that if I run the ./setup-seafile-mysql.sh, that I get an error message that the admin account can;t be created.
I did a lot of digging around now.
It’s stated in the manual, that seafile uses the mysql_native_password plugin for authentication. Clear.
But this is not the setting on mysql fresh install anymore.
So I change the mysql root user to login with mysql_native_password, as per seafile manual.
When I then install seafile with ./setup-seafile-mysql.sh, then the script creates a mysql seafile user.Tthat seafile user is created with “caching_sha2_password” login method though, not with " mysql_native_password".
There is the error message during the seafile install, that an admin user can’t be created.
So one has to change the login method in mysql for the created seafile user to mysql_native_password.
Then run the ./setup-seafile-mysql.sh again and it runs through and creates the admin user.
I wonder if it could be included in the install script, that the seafile user in mysql gets created with gets mysql_native_password.
I think that would solve the “certain issues” I mention in my first post above.