Installer fails, needs netplan on ubuntu 18.04

Hi,

I am totally newbie and trying to install Hestia with following installer script:

bash hst-install.sh -a yes -w yes -t yes -c no -x yes -b yes -i yes -m yes -l fi \ -s mycompany.tld [email protected] - MyPassword! -a yes -k yes -o yes

I get following error:

(*) Installing ntpdate…
!!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!! !!!

WARNING: Your network configuration may not be set up correctly.
Details: The netplan configuration directory is empty.

You may have a network configuration file that was created using
systemd-networkd.

It is strongly recommended to migrate to netplan, which is now the
default network configuration system in newer releases of Ubuntu.

While you can leave your configuration as-is, please note that you
will not be able to use additional IPs properly.

If you wish to continue and force the installation,
run this script with -f option:
Example: bash hst-install-ubuntu.sh --force

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Hello viperzero

Firstly your installer command looks incomplete, try this:

bash hst-install.sh -a yes -t yes -c no -x yes -b yes -i yes -m yes -l fi -s mycompany.tld -e [email protected] -p “MyPassword!” -k yes -o yes

Secondly, did you remove netplan from ubuntu? if you did, also remove /etc/netplan folder so that hestia would know which network config to use.

Hi, Lupu
thank you I did not disable netplan but seems that the default vps image don’t use netplan. I used the renaming netplan folder and corrected errors and hestia installed fine. Thank you.