Installed docker and it is working fine, created the bitwarden user and everything as it should… but when I run the bitwarden.sh script, I get the following error:
“docker: Error response from daemon: failed to create shim task: OCI runtime create failed: runc create failed: unable to start container process: error during container init: open /dev/pts/0: operation not permitted: unknown.”
At first I noticed that by using ssh it would create a /dev/pts/0 file… so I tried running the script directly on the host (no /dev/pts/0 file) but still it made no difference… I have absolutely no idea what to do more.
Wow - that’s strange. I’m not sure what to suggest. You could hunt through the BW log files at ./bwdata/logs and see if anything jumps out, but I almost wonder if it isn’t worth trying a rebuild or full reinstall.
You should check back through the installation procedures you posted in your OP. It mentions executing bitwarden.sh rebuild as part of the installation process. Perhaps you missed this when you setup Bitwarden the first time? I don’t think that would cause this error, but worth a shot to execute it again.
Regarding the Bitwarden log files, if you installed Bitwarden to the default location, the logs should be in your home directory under the path ./bitwarden/logs. If there is no such folder, then you can check the docker logs - sounds like Bitwarden server has never actually been executed yet.
And when I say full reinstall, I mean wipe the installation you already performed and start all over from scratch.