I have a one-click Ghost install up and running smoothly on my domain, however, the terminal for my droplet is not allowing me to run any
ghost commands. When I switch to the ghost-mgr account, I get the message that “Command ‘ghost’ not found, did you mean…”
NOW, because I did not read the fine print of the terminal messages when I first logged in, I tried to install the ghost-cli manually via
npm. As I was doing this I tried to abort once I read the message, but now I feel like I have somehow really screwed up the ghost-cli tool.
Any ideas? Any way to simply uninstall the cli and reinstall it? What’s my best path forward here? Thanks!
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According to ghost’s documentation, you can do the following:
It should be enough. Don’t forget to do it with the user ghost-mgr.
Additionally, here is the whole docs page;