My setup is as follows:
- Ubuntu/Linux server (16.04)
- Ghost-CLI version 1.9.2
- Ghost version 2.1.1
- I use Firefox on Ubuntu, but tried Chromium as well as the Ghost-desktop app for Ubuntu
- No special configuration I believe
I wanted to change the routes.yaml file in order to have a static home page, but every time I upload a routes.yaml file (exactly named that), I get the error “Please select a valid YAML file to import”. Another user had (has?) apparently a similar problem with respect to multi-language support. @Kate and @Hannah suggested that it is a problem with linux (the serverside, I assume) missing some YAML content type…
I tried to do ‘npm install yaml’ on my server, but it doesn’t change anything. I did so, assuming that (i) Ghost uses npm to do checks on routes.yaml; (ii) that the missing package is the node yaml package. There are other yaml packages for node though.
My question: What can/should I do to install all the YAML content types on my linux server?