Ever since updating too Version 2.0.3 (2.0.3) no plugins are updating when clicking update in plugin window. Have to manually replace dir’s which is a huge pain - please fix asap or advise how I can fix myself!
Having the same issue. Was also unable to update/re-install the theme which completely wrecked the website temporarily. I hope this is fixed soon.
Noticed if you manually update each plugin individually install of checking multiple plugins are updating properly - its a temp fix I suppose.
Thanks, yes I just did this and it works fine for the plugins that just went rogue this morning. Fingers-crossed they get this fixed soon!
Please see Updating Plugins Fails after 2.0.1 Upgrade
Good find! This should definitely help with tracking down the issue.
2.0.6 is now available via auto-updater. Updating to 2.0.6 will bring in the fix in 2.0.5 for this issue.
Remember to restart any sites affected by this.
Can you please try the following?
- Quit Local if it’s running
- Open Terminal
/Applications/Local\ by\ Flywheel.app/Contents/Resources/extraResources/virtual-machine/vendor/docker/osx/docker-machine stop local-by-flywheel
VBoxManage modifyvm local-by-flywheel --natdnshostresolver1 on
VBoxManage modifyvm local-by-flywheel --natdnsproxy1 on
- Re-open Local and check the site
Looks like problem solved…I’ll have to save these codes in case my
students may need them…thanks
Update - After restarting Local I hadn’t noticed but the
plugins directory had been deleted , I recreated it manually via command line and running install works now.
I’ve tried your suggested fix but still seem to be getting a
Could not create directory error when trying to install a plugin. eg:
I’ve also disabled faster docker volumes. Running