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Jekyll issues

J. Mark Owens
Hi,
I recently updated the documentation for the user manual in the
accumulo-website repo. I was attempting to verify the changes using the
instructions at https://accumulo.apache.org/contributor/source.  But I'm
having some issue getting things to work correctly. When running the
command:

$ jekyll serve --safe

I'm getting the following error:

Configuration file: /home/mark/dev/accumulo-website/_config.yml
jekyll 3.1.6 | Error:  undefined method `config=' for
#<Jekyll::Site:0x00555cce350360>
Did you mean?  config

I'm not sure  exactly sure what it is referring to since I can't find a
reference to config withing the supplied configuration file _config.yml.

Any suggestions?

Thanks,
Mark
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Re: Jekyll issues

Mike Walch-2
Hi Mark,

Did you try the command 'bundle exec jekyll serve'?  Otherwise, you need to
have your dependencies perfectly installed.  Also, take a look at
https://github.com/apache/accumulo-website/blob/master/README.md
The documentation at https://accumulo.apache.org/contributor/source should
just point to the README.md.

-Mike

On Thu, Oct 19, 2017 at 12:22 PM J. Mark Owens <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi,
> I recently updated the documentation for the user manual in the
> accumulo-website repo. I was attempting to verify the changes using the
> instructions at https://accumulo.apache.org/contributor/source.  But I'm
> having some issue getting things to work correctly. When running the
> command:
>
> $ jekyll serve --safe
>
> I'm getting the following error:
>
> Configuration file: /home/mark/dev/accumulo-website/_config.yml
> jekyll 3.1.6 | Error:  undefined method `config=' for
> #<Jekyll::Site:0x00555cce350360>
> Did you mean?  config
>
> I'm not sure  exactly sure what it is referring to since I can't find a
> reference to config withing the supplied configuration file _config.yml.
>
> Any suggestions?
>
> Thanks,
> Mark