[error] /bin/sh: 1: pod: not found

Hello, I have recently started to install my workspace on VSCode.

  • connected to SSH with my VM Debian
  • Ionic framework Anglular , Standalone project is already created
  • All the node capacitors are installed throught npm capacitor-core, android, ios. The web app is already created to work.

And I wanted to start also my project with capacitor to work on mobile versions. And i am getting this error after installed the recomendation through capcitors.


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Capacitor requires CocoaPods for iOS and you don’t have it installed, not even sure if it’s compatible with Debian, iOS development is supposedly only supported on macOS

I am using debian! Is there any other solution to work atleast only on Android on Debian?

Is there any way to just shut it off if not on iOS? I do my main development work on Ubuntu and just the iOS related stuff on MacOS. It’s super annoying to have this pop up on VSCode and super useless as well - I know that I can’t do iOS stuff here and I’m fine with it. I just want it to shut up.

lol, same here! I am a Linux Mint user and would love for it to not throw that error every time VSCode boots/reloads.

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Report it on the VS Code extension repo, I think the error comes from there.

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Done :slight_smile:

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This should now be fixed in v1.89 released today.

EDIT

I just updated. WOW! This is amazing! No more Output error coming up every single time.