I have a question. I bought macOS Server from the App Store. I want to achieve this basically: https://developer.apple.com/library/archive/documentation/IDEs/Conceptual/xcode_guide-continuous_integration/ However, when I open Server, then on the left it is supposed to show XCode under Services, but it isn't. I have posed my main question here: https://serverfault.com/questions/1060038/how-to-let-osx-server-show-xcode-as-a-service This is the main problem, but there seem to be a number of subproblems:
- How to configure my router? (which ports should be forwarded?)
- In XCode I enabled the Server under XCode > XCode Server ... (with the slider at the top right). I created the extra non-admin account on my Mac and permitted "node" through the firewall. Do I need to add a (non-guest) Server Account under Accounts in XCode?
- In XCode, clicking Product > Create Bot ..., gives an alert: "Creating a bot requires that the project be under source control that is accessible by the server." Note: I put this project in the additional XCode Server logged in user account's shared folder, so I don't know why it wouldn't have access to it? What else/what is the default or best location for repo's and how can I set the location?
- In macOS Server itself, how do I configure it? Under Julius's iMac Pro > Settings, ticking ' Secure shell connections (SSH)' works, when I forward port 22 on the router and allow SSH in the macOS app firewall: I can SSH in over the internet (using my external IP). I haven't ticked the other two boxes. Under Julius's's iMac Pro > Overview the button Reachability Details... goves No available services (again, this is the main problem I think). I set Julius's's iMac Pro > Access to fairly restricted settings (only me, only this Mac), here it says: "macOS Application Firewall is enabled. Network access may be affected." However, I don't know how it may be affected, I can't add XCode here.