repo to help run and update node-red instance using systemd
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readme.md

Node Red - Runner

This repo aids in keeping node-red up to date and running via a systemd Service

Clone this repo

git clone https://git.kebler.net/IOT/node-red-run.git /opt/node-red-run &&
cd /opt/node-red-run &&
./install

you can try running nodered ./run <dir>

is optional user directory if unset will be `/opt/node-red`

if that works fine then if need be edit the node-red.service file environment varaiable for alternative user directory otherwise it will use the default /opt/node-red

run ./install-service script

all should be find and the node-red should be running at :1880

./start and ./stop script are systemctl aliases which can used after install

run ./update to update the latest version of node-red and esm