Not able to install caddy with plugins

(Diego Suarez) #1

Can’t seem to be able to get any plugins, just tried a fresh download with:

 $curl https://getcaddy.com | bash -s personal supervisor,tls.dns.godaddy,tls.dns.namecheap
          % Total    % Received % Xferd  Average Speed   Time    Time     Time  Current
                                         Dload  Upload   Total   Spent    Left  Speed
        100  7380  100  7380    0     0  11431      0 --:--:-- --:--:-- --:--:-- 11424
        Downloading Caddy for linux/amd64 (personal license)...
        Download verification OK
        Extracting...
        Putting caddy in /usr/local/bin (may require password)
        Caddy v1.0.0-beta2 (h1:sG4ac7b3dlTdJG2Jb1q0NxFPDGz6kKA+VXM3QSgvhII=)
        Successfully installed

And they don’t show up

$ caddy --plugins
Server types:
  http

Caddyfile loaders:
  short
  flag
  default

Other plugins:
  http.basicauth
  http.bind
  http.browse
  http.errors
  http.expvar
  http.ext
  http.fastcgi
  http.gzip
  http.header
  http.index
  http.internal
  http.limits
  http.log
  http.markdown
  http.mime
  http.pprof
  http.proxy
  http.push
  http.redir
  http.request_id
  http.rewrite
  http.root
  http.status
  http.templates
  http.timeouts
  http.websocket
  on
  tls
  tls.cluster.file

Keep getting:

Error during parsing: Unknown DNS provider by name 'godaddy'

Made sure caddy was not running, tried completely removing caddy, but can’t get the tls plugins to show up

If anyone has any idea would be great!

(Matt Holt) #2

Hmm, yes, this is a problem :thinking:

I’m investigating. Locally, doing the same procedure the build server does (which essentially is just these instructions) on my local machine works for me, when I do it manually. Probably a bug in the build server.

Thanks for reporting!

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(Matt Holt) #3

Okie all fixed. :v:

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(Diego Suarez) #4

Awesome!! @matt! thank you very much! that was really fast =)
I see them now =)