The problem might be with saving your previous configuration using -s in terminal.
check this: https://www.odoo.com/forum/help-1/question/loading-wrong-configuration-file-82480#answer-82481
Its rather easy. Simply open a terminal and navigate to your Odoo folder (where the odoo.py file is, something like /odoo/odoo-server/).
When you're there you can start your Odoo by command.
After this your Odoo will print out all messages in the Ubuntu terminal.
If you get a warning about the Address already in use it means you have an automated Odoo startup or that your Odoo is already running. In that case do a ps aux, find the Odoo process and kill it with sudo kill -9 idOfYourOdooInstance.
Best of luck,
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