Node red in docker

#1

I have loaded Node-Red onto my QNAP NAS using container and hence docker. When I open node red I do not see the option to “ Manage Pallett” . Anyone know how to resolve this. Thanks

#2

look at the start up logs, but for manage pallete to be there you need to have npm installed so I’d guess it is that

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#3

using the terminal and npm -v it tells me I have version 2.14.20. So I am none the wiser.

Peter

#4

and the node-red start up logs?

#5

Also what version of Node-RED and nodejs are you using?

#6

3 Feb 18:48:51 - [info] Node-RED version: v0.13.4

3 Feb 18:48:51 - [info] Node.js version: v4.4.1

3 Feb 18:48:51 - [info] Linux 4.2.8 x64 LE

3 Feb 18:48:51 - [info] Loading palette nodes

3 Feb 18:49:07 - [warn] ------------------------------------------

3 Feb 18:49:07 - [warn] Failed to register 2 node types

3 Feb 18:49:07 - [warn] Run with -v for details

3 Feb 18:49:07 - [warn] ------------------------------------------

3 Feb 18:49:07 - [info] Settings file : /root/.node-red/settings.js

3 Feb 18:49:07 - [info] User directory : /root/.node-red

3 Feb 18:49:07 - [info] Flows file : /root/.node-red/flows_16c9f0b4f522.json

3 Feb 18:49:07 - [info] Server now running at http://127.0.0.1:1880/

3 Feb 18:49:07 - [info] Starting flows

3 Feb 18:49:07 - [info] Started flows

3 Feb 18:49:07 - [info] [mqtt-broker:a1398bca.262398] Connected to broker: mqtt://192.168.1.111:188

#7

You need to upgrade.
Node-RED is currently on v0.19.5
Manage pallete was an added feature of v0.15

nodejs v4 was end-of-lifed almost a year ago

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#8

Many thanks,

Any idea as to how the upgrade could be carried out.

Thanks

#9

Where did you get your original docker image from?

#10

Thanks Guys, I installed a different version and now am able to manage pallets.

Thanks again

Peter