Please read the release notes carefully since this update requires adjustments to your Raspberry Pi configuration!
Ok so I’m following the guide to install the mirror. I’m now at the auto start part. I did the command “sudo npm install -g pm2” as pi user. Next I did “pm2 startup”, I do the command I ask and I get and error.
Preve last edited by
KnottyCord is right.
pm2 startupis not used to start the mm2 process but to start and initialize pm2 itself.
Just to be sure … you ran
pm2 startupand that told you to run the command your screenshot shows? There are other users with similar problems: https://github.com/Unitech/pm2/issues/2574
Yes that’s what i did. Run the command pm2 startup. It gave me a command to enter. When I pressed enter it was not working I keep giving me an error!
KnottyCord last edited by yawns
Changing the command form this:
sudo su -c "env PATH=$PATH:/usr/bin pm2 startup linux -u pi --hp /home/pi"to this:
sudo su -c "env PATH=$PATH:/usr/bin pm2 startup systemd -u pi --hp /home/pi"
seem to work!
amanzimdwini last edited by
@KnottyCord You are correct - you are running systemd (not plain old linux). PM2 does not seem to “realize” that.
Note that there is ANOTHER problem with PM2 that is now reported as a bug - read all about it here:
Best of luck - and don’t hesitate to ask for help!