Currently if you clone down node-red-docker and run the
docker-custom/docker-make.sh script it fails to complete with an error:
rm: '/tmp/v8-compile-cache-0' is a directory The command '/bin/sh -c chown -R node-red:node-red /usr/src/node-red && /tmp/install_devtools.sh && rm /tmp/*' returned a non-zero code: 1
I was able to fix the issue by adding a recursive flag to the
RUN instruction in the
Dockerfile.custom on line 70. Here is an example of that step with the fix:
# Chown, install devtools & Clean up RUN chown -R node-red:node-red /usr/src/node-red && \ /tmp/install_devtools.sh && \ rm -r /tmp/*
After making the PR I noticed that the CI builds were failing for the same reason, so I added the proposed fix to that as well.