Seems like a little bit of a fluke @dhairya221b - it looks something went wrong trying to load the container. The troubleshooting steps above tell you how to delete the container. I would try to do that and start again.
There’s a chance your user token was deleted @charss. When you sign out, we delete your user token as a security measure, so someone else can’t submit your projects. Did you sign out of your freeCodeCamp account at all? A new token is created again when you open up one of the projects, but existing VM’s still have the old token until it shuts itself down. I’m not sure if that’s the issue, but here’s what you can try - open up a different project, any one - that will shut down your running celestial bodies project. Then go open the celestial bodies back up, the container should now have your new token - and, if you finished the project, it should take you right to the last screen. Press that continue button to submit the project again. If this is the issue, it should now be saved and show up the next time you refresh your freeCodeCamp page.
That did the trick!! Thank you very much and more power to you.
I ran into an issue with one challenge on the learn bash by building a boilerplate project. When you are in the freeCodeCamp folder and it asks you to use the more command with the package.json file in the terminal. It would say “more 61%” and then it wouldn’t do anything else. Anyhow I found that using ctrl + c on the keyboard unfroze the terminal so the challenge would pass.
@LeiCorre That’s not a bug that’s how the
more command works in bash, it displays part of the content of the file (if the file is more than X lines long, where X is a number you should google cause I dont know but it must be a function of how big your terminal window is )
In order to proceed you should press enter untill it reaches 100% (so until it shows you the rest of the lines while the previous lines dont fit anymore in your terminal screen and you should scroll up in order to see them) and then you would also see the prompt again and be able to enter new commands.
I can not run psql… I already check the status of psql server, stop, restart… but always get same error… any ideas ?
Try hitting that reset button and resetting the step.
Did you delete any files or anything? The theme isn’t being applied.
Hi, I already try with reset button… and still and the same step.
I did not delete any file…
This is my history
codeally@f84c772e401d:~$ history 1 psql --username=freecodecamp dbname=mario_database 2 pwd 3 psql 4 echo hello postgresql 5 cks 6 cls 7 clear 8 pwd 9 ls -l 10 cd learn-relational-databases-by-building-a-mario-database/ 11 dir 12 clear 13 ls -l 14 cat tutorial.json 15 clear 16 psql 17 psql --username=freecodecamp dbname=postgres 18 psql start 19 sudo service psql 20 clear 21 sudo service postgresql status 22 sudo service postgresql start 23 psql --username=freecodecamp dbname=mario_database 24 psql 25 cd .. 26 psql 27 clear 28 psql --username=freecodecamp dbname=mario_database 29 psql 30 clear 31 sudo psql 32 sudo 33 clear 34 who am i 35 clear 36 sudo service psql status 37 clear 38 sudo service postgresql status 39 psql --username=freecodecamp dbname=mario_database 40 psql 41 clear 42 psql 43 ckear 44 clear 45 pwd 46 ls -l 47 sudo service postgresql restart 48 psql 49 exit 50 psql 51 sudo shutdown now 52 exit 53 psql 54 sudo service psql status 55 sudo service postgresql status 56 sudo service postgresql restart 57 ls -l 58 cd learn-relational-databases-by-building-a-mario-database/ 59 ls -l 60 cat codeAlly.json 61 cd .. 62 ls -l 63 ls a-l 64 ls -al 65 cd .freeCodeCamp/ 66 ls -l 67 cd 68 pwd 69 psql 70 psql --username=freecodecamp dbname=mario_database 71 sudo service postgresql status 72 psql --username=freecodecamp dbname=mario_database 73 sudo service postgresql status 74 ..freeCodeCamp/reset.sh 75 ./.freeCodeCamp/reset.sh 76 clear 77 cd . 78 dir 79 cd .. 80 ls -l 81 ls -al 82 cat .profile 83 clear 84 ls -l 85 cd project/ 86 ls -la 87 cd .freeCodeCamp/ 88 ls -l 89 clear 90 ls a-l 91 ls -al 92 clear 93 ls 94 ls 95 ls -l 96 cd .. 97 ls -l 98 cd .freeCodeCamp/ 99 npm install 100 find --name reset.sh 101 find - reset.sh 102 find reset.sh 103 cd .. 104 clear 105 find -name reset.sh 106 locate 107 sudo apt-get install locate 108 clear 109 locate reset.sh 110 sudo updatedb 111 locate reset.sh 112 locate pg.log 113 find pg.log 114 fing -name pg.log 115 find -name pg.log 116 cd .. 117 ls -l 118 clear 119 ls -al 120 cd .. 121 dir 122 clear 123 ls -l 124 cd codeally 125 ls 126 cd .. 127 cd guest 128 ls -l 129 ls -al 130 cd .. 131 ls -al 132 clear 133 psql --username=freecodecamp dbname=postgres 134 ls -l 135 cd 136 clear 137 ls -la 138 cat .bash_history 139 clear 140 ls -al 141 cd .config 142 ls -l 143 clear 144 ls a-l 145 ls -al 146 cd code-server/ 147 ls -la 148 cat config.yaml 149 su 150 clear 151 pwd 152 su codeally 153 clear 154 ls -l 155 cat config.yaml 156 su codeally 157 cd .. 158 ls -l 159 cd configstore/ 160 ls 161 clear 162 ls -la 163 cat update-notifier-npm.json 164 cd .. 165 ls -l 166 cd .. 167 ls -l 168 cd swift-5.3.3-RELEASE-ubuntu20.04/ 169 ls -l 170 ls -al 171 cd usr 172 ls -l 173 cd local 174 ls 175 cd 176 ls -l 177 ls -al 178 cat .gitconfig 179 cd .nvm 180 ls -l 181 cat install.sh | more 182 clear 183 ls a-l 184 ls -al 185 install.sh 186 ./install.sh 187 psql 188 sudo psql 189 psql 190 exit 191 sudo service postgresql status 192 psql 193 clear 194 sudo service postgresql status 195 sudo service postgresql restart 196 sudo service postgresql status 197 psql --username=freecodecamp dbname=mario_database 198 psql 199 sudo psql 200 sudo service postgresql stop 201 sudo service postgresql restart 202 sudo service postgresql status 203 sudo psql 204 psql 205 psql --username=freecodecamp dbname=mario_database 206 clear 207 history | grep rm 208 psql 209 cat history 210 cat .history 211 clear 212 ls -l 213 ls -al 214 cd .. 215 ls -l 216 ls -al 217 clear 218 cat .bash_history 219 cat .bash_history | more 220 clear 221 psq 222 psql 223 history
Unfortunately, I think something got messed up in your VM and I think you will have to start over - sorry. You can see the
.vscode folders on the left there - they’re expanded, but they don’t have any files in them. There’s supposed to be files in there for running the tutorial. I’m not sure what caused it, but the files are gone - and I don’t think there’s a way to get them back at the moment.
There’s instructions how to start over above.
I am facing some problem in Mario database. Maybe I got disconnected or something in the middle. I restarted everything but still getting the “Test Runner Failed” error whenever I try to run the test.
getting this image as error.
guys please help because I can’t figure it out, I was resuming my celestial bodies course and when I try to run: psql --username=freecodecamp --dbname=postgres .
I get the next error: psql: error: connection to server on socket “/var/run/postgresql/.s.PGSQL.5432” failed: FATAL: Peer authentication failed for user “freecodecamp”. I’ve tried restarting postgresql and I still get the same error. Any tips?
Are you seeing a similar screen as @jorge.chavarriaga’s screen shot above @andrescerchia? (no theme, can see the folders but there’s no files).
Your terminal doesn’t have the theme either @tanjimanim007. So I think something messed up your VM similar to @jorge.chavarriaga’s screen shot above. You may need to start over as well. Sorry. I will contact the VM provider to see if something changed or got updated on their end that may have caused these issues.
Yup i got the same, but didn’t see you answered the question before I posted, so I started all over again, thx anyway XD
does anyone know why my terminal seems to have lost a pixel on the edge of each character? I have tried to change the zoom on my web browser but it is always displaying with a missing edge of pixels in the terminal only
yes I don’t have the theme either. Thanks, how to start over though?
I fixed it my problem, i went to the developer tools, and deleted the local storage… i reload again and now is completed. I don’t know if is the right way to do it …but at least is working ! LOL
Looks like you figured this out I think. Yea, that is the last step - just press continue to finish.