These are chat archives for reactioncommerce/reaction
graphicsmagick, it can’t find that?
sudo apt-get install -y —-no-install-recommends graphicsmagick
taskselafter you verified it can boot using the install method, legacy vs efi partitions etc
choose what the power buttons doin the windows control panel and turn off
when running 'reaction' i get this message:
A newer version of Reaction exists on Github.
Current version: 1.5.10
Available version: 1.6.0
To update, run: reaction pull
git pullin your project dir? AFAIK,
reaction pullis just a wrapper for that.
git fetch --allthen
git merge v1.6.0is how to update in that case
git remote -v?
docker buildto make a docker image which you will upload to a host to serve your reaction commerce site. Furthermore, I'm almost certain the
docker buildcommand will fail on a 32-bit system without some serious hacking (i.e. hijacking the FROM statement to build from a 32-bit reaction base image [of which you'll need to have compiled/originated for 32-bit], I've got a blog post on a repo where I make just such images (albeit for rpi, but the process is the same) here TLDR - use a 64-bit linux vm to alleviate much pain
Enable-WindowsOptionalFeature -Online -FeatureName Microsoft-Windows-Subsystem-Linuxin an administrative powershell? I'm still astounded that after that and many reboots and updatapalooza, then I could visit this page and install ubuntu directly inside of windows (no VM, it is using the WSL). Now much like the above issues, with 32-bit linux, docker is not running here, and therefore, docker build will not run (unless you start a VM and alter the DOCKER_HOST env var, which is possible). But it is very cool, and I've successfully tested both meteor and reaction cli in development mode there (no docker build).