I want to install a plugin What should I do?
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In this tutorial, we’ll install the Discours…
I do not have a file named app.yml.
This guide does not help me.
Is there no other way?
I Install Discourse for Development using Docker. I want to install a discourse rating plugin. I think…
git clone https://github.com/angusmcleod/discourse-ratings
Is this my idea?
How was your server installed?
guide to install discourse for development using docker
Developing using Docker
Since Discourse runs in Docker, you should be able to run Discourse directly from your source directory using a Discourse development container.
Pros: No need to install any system dependencies, no configuration needed at all for setting up a development environment quickly.
Cons: Will be slightly slower than the native dev environment on Ubuntu, and much slower than a native install on MacOS.
Step 1: Install Docker
curl -fsSL https://d…
Clone the plugin repository to you plugin folder and restart the rails server if you start already.
Clone the plugin repository to you plugin folder and docker restart
fatal : Not a git repository
what is problem?
Make sure you are really using a git repository URL like
If you follow Beginners Guide to Install Discourse for Development using Docker to start developing, you don’t have to restart docker, just go into the discourse folder and call ./bin/docker/unicorn to start server or Ctrl + C to stop.
really using a git repository URL Like ‘
Which file should I use?
Clone the whole repository to your plugin folder then restart the server will work
cd ~discourse/plugins folder
plugin file already exists.
I put the discourse rating plugin in the existing plugin folder and restarted the server.
Go to /admin/plugin you can find your plugin
Why your step 3? Post your all operating procedure here?
go to cd ~discourse/plugins discourse-rating remove
git clone https://github.com/angusmcleod/discourse-ratings.git
Good at home.
The discourse installed in the company seems to have a problem.
Can not restart docker after installing plug-in
sudo docker logs 2fwk40482dw
: fatal: Not a git repository (or any parent up to mount point /discourse)
Is the company server a production install or development install?
It is possible to modify source based on docker-compose.
If it was installed in the same way as your copy at home it should behave in the same way.
How do these two environments differ, is the installation at your company being used by other users?