When I’m trying to spin up a Gramps Web (GW) droplet, I’ll connect to the droplet over the console to enter the domain I’m going to use. Then the first run shell script is supposed to finalize the spin up process. In approximately 50 % of my attempts I’ll be greeted by the error message “docker-compose: not found” and that’s it. The GW software will not be installed and since I cannot find any documentation describing the manual installation of GW, I’m forced to destroy the droplet completely and to start over again.
Can anybody propose a solution for this problem?
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What you need to do is to wait about 10 minutes or so before you SSH into the Droplet. The way that the 1-Click image has been set up is to install the latest
docker-composeversion after the server has been created so it takes a while.
What I would suggest is:
If you don’t want to re-create your Droplet, you could:
If you believe that this is a bug, you could submit an issue on their official GitHub repo:
Let me know if you have any questions!