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Node red error

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Hi all,
need a bit of help with my Node red install…

  1. I started with a fresh build of the latest Emonpi SD image and configured some feeds that are all working well.
  2. I installed Node red using the script…
    “bash <(curl -sL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/node-red/linux-installers/master/deb/update-nodejs-and-nodered)”
    which seems to be the recommended way to do it.
  3. The script seemed to run fine, no errors. I pointed my browser at http://mypi:1880 and got the flow screen. All seemed well.
  4. I ran the command " sudo systemctl enable nodered.service" to run as a service upon reboot.
  5. I reboot and goto http://mypi:1880, nothing
  6. I look for Node red processes, nothing.
  7. I try to run the install script again ad it errors out with…
    Stop Node-RED :heavy_check_mark:
    Remove old version of Node-RED :heavy_check_mark:
    node: relocation error: node: symbol ▒sF version GLIBC_2.4 not defined in file libc.so.6 with link time reference
    node: relocation error: node: symbol ▒sF version GLIBC_2.4 not defined in file libc.so.6 with link time reference
    Remove old version of Node.js -
    Leave existing Node.js ✘ Failed to install Node.js - Exit
    Npm rebuild existing nodes
    Add shortcut commands
    Update systemd script

Any help would be much appreciated.
TIA
Garry

In general this is a bad idea. Use a separate Pi for NR.

Did you try the actual IP?

Your first port of call should be the syslog to see if there are any errors recorded.

Hi @borpin , sorry for the late reply, got sidetracked with life stuff :slight_smile:
I wish someone would put it in the instructions that NR would be better on a seperate Pi, oh well.
Yes, tried the IP.
I can’t see a syslog for NR.
Never mind, I’m going to give up on this and just leave whatever was installed on there.
Thank you for answering, but I really don’t have the time or patience to go down any more blind alleys.