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edit requirements in documentation #1664
Hi Mark Bates
-node(I doubt the way of install node):
maybe it's better to:
Thanks to MostHated
Ubuntu is perfectly fine (and probably your best choice) for programming. I use Pop!_OS which is based on Ubuntu and it does great.
In the terminal copy and paste in this:
Which installs most of the common things you might need.
Then after that is done, put in:
That should be enough to get you going. Depends on if you plan to use docker or what not, but that is simple to install as well.
Yes I am using Ubuntu since buffalo 0.10. It has been working great. Also with 0.14.3 I get like others ( on linux and mac) troubles with plugin detection. In my own experience I had no problem installing buffalo 0.10 to 0.13 on various Ubuntu MATE systems.
Now I am looking forward to next 0.14.4 to see if the plugin stuff is sorted out ...
I had issues as well when I tried to use NPM 12.1.0+, which was why I had recommended him to use LTS, as when I tried using that, everything worked perfect for me. Probably only a temporarily needed fix, but it did the job for the time being. You might be able to use other newer versions than the LTS version, but it was easy to test with just install --lts.
this is buffalo g auth result:
$ go get -u github.com/gobuffalo/buffalo-auth
Generate application components
Use "buffalo generate [command] --help" for more information about a command.
I have been personally using Ubuntu for my severs for probably 15 years or so. Sometimes it makes sense to use something like RedHat in an enterprise environment for specific situations, but most often it comes down to personal preference and I have no plans to use anything else anytime soon. As for your issue, unfortunately that is not something I can help with really, I am new to Buffalo myself and still learning about it. It would probably be best to make a new issue about it though so it doesn't get buried or overlooked.
I had issue with NPM too and it seems that it is not recommended anymore ....
Dear @sadegh-shahbazi ,
Concerning auth, it is a plugin and I personaly had many problems in latest version 0.14 ....
PS: did you had to change permission there or elsewhere to make it work : /usr/lib/go/bin/ ???