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This looks more like a cacheing issue though. You can try running a rebuild and restart, that should reset the cache buster.
In a new vps with ubuntu 12.04 the following are the codes i used to run installation
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install nano
sudo apt-get install git-core
apt-get install python-software-properties
apt-get install nodejs
sudo add-apt-repository -y ppa:rwky/redis
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install -y redis-server
sudo apt-get install build-essential imagemagick
git clone git://github.com/designcreateplay/NodeBB.git mynodebb
node app --setup
for the installation url i used
I didnt found any error in installation
but when i am going to my nodebb page .I am getting"No webpage available"
@SANTOSH-KUMAR Creating a new topic won't magically get more people replying to it. It still appears under Unread like all the others.
Yes. I'm seeing a few mistakes. nano is a ubuntu command, not an installable package. You're missing nodejs-legacy and npm. It's
./nodebb setup although node app -setup should also work. You are in the wrong folder when running the setup. Note you ran mkdir mynodebb followed by git clone mynodebb, this created another mynodebb folder inside mynodebb.
I recommend you follow the official documentation found here and doing each step carefully and making sure you have no errors at each step. The errors tell you the issue. It may seem daunting, but you get used to it.
This is the error i got
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree... Done
Package imagemagick is not available, but is referred to by another package.
This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or
is only available from another source
E: Unable to locate package git
E: Unable to locate package nodejs
E: Unable to locate package nodejs-legacy
E: Unable to locate package npm
E: Unable to locate package redis-server
E: Package 'imagemagick' has no installation candidate
@SANTOSH-KUMAR Having re-read your first post. Ubuntu 12.04 does't have a nodejs-legacy package. And the nodejs package available is too old. Before you go too far into this install, I'd suggest running Ubuntu 14.04 instead, it's more up to date. If you're on Digital Ocean, select 14.04 Ubuntu instead of 12.04.
Then do the install, you shouldn't have a problem then.