I chose Zola in the build configurations, left it all default (so
zola build for the command and
/public for the output folder), and I’ve set the environment variable
After cloning my repo from GitHub, the logs say this:
11:44:42.877 Success: Finished cloning repository files
11:44:43.657 Detected the following tools from environment:
11:44:43.658 Executing user command: zola build
11:44:43.668 /bin/sh: 1: zola: not found
11:44:43.669 Failed: Error while executing user command. Exited with error code: 127
11:44:43.676 Failed: build command exited with code: 1
11:44:45.318 Failed: error occurred while running build command
Not sure what other info could be useful, but on my local computer running
zola build and
zola serve does work.
I also got the same error here, with exactly the same setup.
Looks like Zola is no longer supported, see
As for the workaround, I have an idea:
- Unset framework in the settings.
- Use Github Actions to build Zola website. See
https://github.com/iamdejan/portfolio-website/blob/main/.github/workflows/build.yaml for example.
You need to switch the build system to version one:
Open the project Settings tab and navigate to the Builds & deployments sub-tab. Scroll down to Build system version and click Configure Production build system. Change the build system from version 2 to version 1 so that Zola will be installed.
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