Essential Mode not creating database - couchdb


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So I just created the server and finally got it working. Now im trying to get Essentialmode working on it and it shows everything is good. I created a couchdb database and eseentialmode wont create the database for it to work.

Also, when I open the server and open the admin menu from essential mode, the server freezes and I have to shut it down.

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Did you already ask in the original topic of es?


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A post was merged into an existing topic: [Release] EssentialMode base


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