@JulianD Problems with permission. I'm having trouble making changes with root.
DOCS: DigitalOcean Ubuntu 14.04 x64 Requirement problem
Once the initial dependencies of NodeBB are installed(Such as nodejs, build-essentials, etc.), npm deps install for "hiredis" spews errors and warnings due to /bin/sh/node not found.
I created a softlink to node from nodejs with 'ln -s /usr/bin/nodejs /usr/bin/node'
--Not sure if this would be of help to anyone. Looks like installing nodejs from the ubuntu repo doesn't create a node exec. Is this on purpose? Installing 'node' from ubuntu repos doesn't help either. I believe it's different software entirely. Hope this helps someone somewhere.
firstname.lastname@example.org install /usr/share/nodebb/node_modules/reds/node_modules/redis/ node_modules/hiredis
/bin/sh: 1: node: not found
Isn't hiredis no longer a dependency?
Question for the devs, does this finally mean that all the dependencies are crossplatform compatible?
@Schamper Eh, not really... the last two are
socket.io-client, which needs compilation, and
hiredis, which is installed when you select redis as your database.
Note that it fails on a windows install, but because
hiredisis not required for redis to function (it only speeds it up), Windows NodeBB installs still work fine.
The newest socket.io should help, since the client doesn't need to be compiled anymore... I think.
@julian alright, will keep an eye on that.
It helps that
hiredisis no longer on the package dependency list, I can try to install NodeBB on an Azure website again