Maple with Tutor: the Docker-based Open edX distribution

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This should work if you try to access it locally.

Are you using a browser directly from the “lilac” computer you are installing to or from another computer?

What kind of error messages do you get when trying to access the LMS and Studio?

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I am sorry but I don’t understand what you are trying to say. Maybe you can clarify things for us?

Can you explain how you installed Tutor? Maybe tell us what instructions you followed? Did you follow the instructions from Installing Tutor — Tutor documentation ?

If I understand you correctly, you are saying that you installed Maple. Can you run this command:
tutor local --version

Maple is just a name for a specific release of Open edX. Maple is the current release. Lilac was the previous release. Nutmeg is the next release coming out soon (early June).

According to the screenshot you shared, the installation was successful and you should be able to access to access the LMS and to access Studio with your local browser but only when using a browser on that computer. What error messages are you seeing when accessing these links?

One recommendation I can make is not to install Tutor as the root user. Is there a reason why used the root user? Did you have problems with Docker or running Docker as a non root user?

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Hi, I have installed Maple with Tutor. I think Its successfully finish but lms and studio url are not working. I have changed from ip address to in lms.env.json and cms.env.json. Is it right? How can I know my lms and studio and nginx and other related files are runnung or not?
(eg: /edx/bin/supervisorctl status all ) command in Native installtion.

@rose I would like to remind you to check the Specifications for Use section here about that domain name.

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You will most likely need a new domain name. Assuming your IP address is, studio. and other subdomains will not work.

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