Thanks for the details :)
The issue is that on flushing the stdin with "read -t 1 -n 10000
discard || true" it is flushing the rest of the script being piped.
The fix is to download the script and run it. Would be great if you
try on a clean image.
sudo bash setup_frappe.sh
(Updated the readme)
> I've been unsuccessful at all attempts to paste into the virtual console of
> the VM window (if anyone knows how to paste into a VirtualBox console on a
> Centos 6.5 install -- I've love to hear), so I ssh'ed into the VM and pasted
> the initial curl command line to do the install. I did this from both iterm
> and the native terminal app on OSX, with the same results. I have not
I don't think that's possible (if you're not running X ie the GUI). If
you are, you can use guest additions.
> Any ideas ?
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