I try to reinstall, run the ```
@frissdiegurke Thanks for the debug -- it's an unusual scenario, and has actually been in the NodeBB docs since the earliest commits*, but was removed perhaps a month ago because it's not a typical use case.
What I imagine happened was @lukelarris installed the package "node", instead of "nodejs":
Amateur Packet Radio Node program
The node program accepts TCP/IP and packet radio network connections and
presents users with an interface that allows them to make gateway connections
to remote hosts using a variety of amateur radio protocols.
If you install "nodejs" on top of that, the executable becomes "nodejs".
apt-get remove node followed by
apt-get install nodejs does not restore the proper paths, either, the correct steps are:
apt-get --purge remove nodejs node
apt-get install nodejs
* It's been in the docs "since the earliest commits" because when I first tried installing Node.js, I typed in
apt-get install node
@julian but shouldn't it be easy to add this case? just test if
which nodejs results sth., otherwise use
which node and assign it to a variable... then use this variable instead of
node command. I think to have which as dependency isn't to much pain ^^
As long there are no naming-conflicts with
nodejs it should work
... but of course, it's gone now -- I wouldn't mind adding it back into the Ubuntu/Debian install wiki page
Yup, I can have
loader.js check which executable to run. Shouldn't be too difficult... #1449
I imagine this is better if it were configurable, and to a more sensible default (perhaps default 2 hours?):
Edit: God damnit, my plugin doesn't like dashes either, it seems.