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Error installing countly-server on ubuntu 20.04

I install Vmware Fusion on my macbook pro big sur. I install ubuntu 20.04. I install Node.js and MongoDB and check that both is working. But when I try to run:

  •      sudo su -
  •      wget -qO- http://c.ly/install | bash

In the end it has a line as shown below: Do you want to continue? [Y/n] Abort.
Is this normal?
I try to run using "countly start" I got error as: "countly: command not found"

And my main question after installing contly-server how can I run countly-server?

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Do you want to continue? [Y/n] Abort.


  • Hello Niyazi,

    It looks like there is an issue with your SSH session/bash(?) config. The `apt` command aborted by out of Countly installation.

    apt-get aborts when it wants interactive confirmation but can't read input from stdin.

    Unfortunately, it is hard for us to detect why it couldn't work as expected.

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  • I finally fixed this issue but now I am getting another installation problem. I post the question to https://github.com/Countly/countly-server/issues/1746 and waiting an answer.

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