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"Error: node not found" when running bin/init.sh

Stephen_-_
New Contributor I
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Hello, I am trying to install the v2.8 MCU server on ubuntu 14.04 inside of virtualbox.

I got up to the point of bin/init.sh --deps and things were going okay until this:

 

rabbitmq-server is already the newest version.
mongodb is already the newest version.
The following packages were automatically installed and are no longer required:
  ax25-node libax25 openbsd-inetd
Use 'apt-get autoremove' to remove them.
0 to upgrade, 0 to newly install, 0 to remove and 46 not to upgrade.
Initializing mongodb...
MongoDB already running
Initializing default configuration...
Error: node not found. Please install node v0.10 first.
sed: can't read /home/s/Downloads/Release-v2.8/etc/woogeen_config.js: No such file or directory
s@ubuntu:~$ nodejs --version
v0.10.25
s@ubuntu:~$ 

As you can see, when i do 'nodejs --version' it states I have version v0.10.25 ... So why does bin/init.sh give me a "Please install node v0.10" error?

How can this be? What do I do? I am pretty sure I was following all the instructions right.

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Chunbo_H_Intel1
Employee
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Hi,

Could you tell me the node.js path on your system?

Stephen_-_
New Contributor I
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Is this what you mean?

 

s@ubuntu:~$ which nodejs
/usr/bin/nodejs
s@ubuntu:~$ 

 

Stephen_-_
New Contributor I
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I have been able to fix the problem by installing nodejs-legacy with

sudo apt-get install nodejs-legacy

 

Chunbo_H_Intel1
Employee
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Sound good. One more thing is that currently we recommend node version with 0.10.38 or later versions.

Thanks!

aven
Beginner
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CHUNBO H. (Intel) wrote:

Sound good. One more thing is that currently we recommend node version with 0.10.38 or later versions.

Thanks!

CS_WebRTC_Conference_Server_MCU.v3.0.1,Need Node.js version with 4 or later versions

output:

# ./init.sh
Initializing mongodb...
MongoDB already running
Initializing default configuration...
node version not match. Please use node v4

Chunbo_H_Intel1
Employee
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Yes, Node v4 and above is required for our 3.0 release.

Please refer to the server user guide for more details.

Stephen_-_
New Contributor I
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Where is the conference server user guide located? I cannot find it.

I thought it might be here https://software.intel.com/en-us/webrtc-sdk-support

but it isn't.

I thought it might be within the Intel_CS_WebRTC.v3.0_Update2.zip

but it isn't.

Where is it!?

Also your statement about requiring "Node v4 and above" seems incorrect as I tried with node v5 and it failed but v4 worked fine.

edit: By luck I have found the user guide here: http://registrationcenter-download.intel.com/akdlm/irc_nas/8641/Intel_CS_WebRTC_User_Document.v3.0_Update2.zip

I really think you have to make this more obvious where to download though, I never found the link until I decided to play with the original download URL. What pages currently provide that link?

Chunbo_H_Intel1
Employee
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Hi Stephen,

Sorry for the inconvenience. We're now working on putting all of our documentation online, so that you do not have to download them.anymore.

Regarding the specific question, it is in the section of "CS_WebRTC_Server_User_Guide.v3.0/md_servermd__server.html#Conferencesection2_3_1".

Thanks!

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