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  1. Hi guys, I have replicated my local gulp workflow on a digitalocean droplet, and I can't seem to get browsersync to work. Has anybody tried this before and can chime in? My PW install is at http://clients.domain.com/clientname/ In there, my folder setup looks like this, so gulp runs from the /templates folder: clients + public + clientname + site + templates + node_modules + gulpfile.js + package.json + src/ + assets/ I tried all kinds of shenanigans including leaving out any proxy settings, setting a proxy, different port and fiddling with the scriptPath options... gulp.task('browser-sync', function(){ browserSync.init({ scriptPath: function (path, port, options) { return options.getIn(['urls', 'external']) + path; } }); }); // or this: gulp.task('browser-sync', function(){ browserSync.init({ host: 'XX.XX.XX.XX', open: 'external', proxy: 'clients.domain.com/clientname/' }); }); Gulp and browsersync is running fine it seems, only the integration is tricky: I get timeouts or 404s with the auto generated snippet (apparently the relevant files are created dynamically on runtime, but I can't access or see them at the default paths) I'm probably missing something very obvious, can't be this hard, can it? - - - EDIT: Could this simply be a firewall issue? - entering the IP @ Browsersync's default port (3000) doesn't load anything - I used serverpilot to configure the machine so the firewall is set up with very few ports open, and obviously 3000/3001 is not one of them. I guess I'm off to find out if opening one of these ports is a good idea or not - - - EDIT 2: When running netstat -peanut I can see that the relevant ports are actually listening, so this is not a firewall issue after after all? tcp6 0 0 :::3002 :::* LISTEN 1000 184931 17882/gulp tcp6 0 0 :::3003 :::* LISTEN 1000 184942 17882/gulp
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