@HuguitisYT idk but the server is called "Paper" so look that up
I was having the issue of where its saying "CNAME records should have a name set! " but I just used
www for the name and it worked as long as I put www.mydomain.tld in repl instead of just mydomain.tld
EDIT: I would honestly recommend using the free service cloudflare as DNS as it has a bunch of cool features in addition to supporting @ signs in their DNS. All you have to do is uenter the custom nameservers they provide in freenom.
Yay glad this finally came together! (I helped)
They used to have this before the package manager, but they are working on something to cache the packages using the new file system.
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That's not an error as that is the same thing printed in the editor. Pygame does not yet have support for a new tab and repl.run will only show you the console output so that is why you won't see your window. Right now the only option is to work in the editor, but I'm sure the devs are working on it as it is a highly requested feature.
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I would really advise against using freenom's built-in DNS and using a provider such as cloudflare instead. Aside from cloudflare many additional features (many of which are less useful on repl.it but still really good) it allows you to change the DNS root values unlike freenom and allows you to specify an automatic TTL. Just make a clouflare account, put in your freenom domain, log into freenom, and change your nameservers to the ones clouflare provides for you. I fully recommend it to anyone trying this.
@LuukWalstra technically true but I'm pretty sure repl.it checks for a
CNAME and won't link unless the record is a
CNAME, not an
A. Using cloudflare takes like 2 extra minutes and gives you automatic TTL, which I'd say is worth it.
@AgastyaSandhuja maybe they changed it since then but many people including me have gotten that same error when following the tutorial (judging by the other comments mentioning it and the amount of upvotes on my comments). Thanks for trying to help =)
If you save the image to a file using
img.save('whatever.png') (with whatever filename you want), then it should pop up below the console, even if it doesn't you can click on it and view it.
@alexvillarreal If @SigmaPhi is correct, it is installed but if you have and dependencies you need to install use a polygott repl which is beta language that allows you to install things using a command called
install-pkg which is basically
sudo apt-get install. It is a makefile, not a bash script though.
@SigmaPhi maybe you should put something like this in the tutorial
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You could make a bash repl which runs the command for your code and use the repl.run link for that. If that doesn't work you might have to use polygott but that's pretty advanced.
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@YeetsaJr java is a memory hog and what you're seeing is the server not having enough memory. Hacker plan includes double the memory. (You can get hacker plan for free with GitHub student developer pack)
Yep! This is an explorer feature still in beta announced in the explorer discord channel by masfrost.
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You should put this on the Repl.it Feedback board. That's where the admins will see it. Also I think on ask they should have the repl embedded like other posts. Maybe a repl link could be required.
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