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Public.php links not public?


#1

Hello, all;
very likely not “a bug” but some stupid n00b oversight on my part:

[Describe the problem you’re having:]
I’m running my tt-rss instance with the goal to remix feeds for re-use on other platform/s (website embed/s) + offer to other users. Hence, I would much like to use links as issued by tt-rss via the public.php interface. However, I must still be doing something wrong, because my public.php-links are not public(ly usable) yet (going by the assumption that “public” implies ‘available without having to be logged in’; maybe that’s the error in my thinking already. Be that as it may, I have not been able to confirm or refute either way, having searched here and in the FAQ related to “public.php”, 403 etc.; also checked the config-php if there maybe some setting was jumping out at me that needed adjustment. [If I missed something utterly obvious, kindly bear with me; I’m not being stupid on purpose :wink: here.]

[If possible include steps to reproduce the problem:]

[tt-rss version (including git commit id):]
var __ttrss_version = “18.8” (I’m sorry, I don’t know how to locate the git commit id; I installed yesterday and am still in testing)

[Platform (i.e. Linux distro, PHP, PostgreSQL, etc) versions:]
|cPanel Version|76.0 (build 8)|
|Apache Version|2.4.37|
|PHP Version|5.6.38|
|MySQL Version|5.6.41|
|Architecture|x86_64|
|Operating System|linux|
#hth

I truly hope this is not too dumb a question + I’m sorry I could not figure it out by myself;
your help is greatly appreciated.

Best - LX


Purge after {n} days apparently not working for me
#2

your sample link opens fine for me both in browser and using CURL.

maybe your hosting provider prevents access by those services for whatever reason, try using tt-rss myfeedsucks (https://fakecake.org/myfeedsucks/)

regardless of the actual cause it’s definitely not tt-rss.


#3

Thank you, fox;
I’m already happy it wasn’t me being dense. :slight_smile:

Then let me see what I can get out of my hoster on that topic.


#4

hello all;
so I’ve talked some rounds with support at OrangeWebSite (our hoster) about this + so far we have not been able to nail what’s causing this.
It makes no difference if we run it http or https (we thought maybe a rewrite rule in the .htaccess might be causing the difficulties, but with some rounds of testing e established it makes no difference); we even gave disabling mod_sec a shot, just to be sure.

Perhaps someone has an idea how we can drill down to what hampers access here?
Thank you some more. Cheers - LX

P.S. I realize this might be the wrong place to ask, since simply throwing the feedlink into FireFoxes address bar serves back proper output. So I’d be in agreement that tt-rss itself is highly unlikely to be at the root of this. Maybe the w3c validator is just shot :confused:


#5

The validator may be busted. If the feed exists, the server is fine, and the problem is reproducible, let us know on the feedvalidator-users mailing list.