I am trying to get WakaTime installed on my workspace, and haven’t had any luck so far. Here is the exact steps I have followed:
Following instructions on https://wakatime.com/help/plugins/cloud9 I did:
- Enable all 3 ticks on the configs screen
- Got a new terminal open
- Typed in c9 install wakatime
However, at this point instead of asking for my API Key as it should, it was asking for my c9 credentials. I typed in my username and password a few times, but it didn’t work.
After that, I tried loogging into the c9 website to check my password. It failed as well, saying that I had too many failed atempts.
I logged in using my GitHub as I always do and went to the password section of c9 to see if I even had one set. I set a new password just in case.
Two hours later, after the “too many atempts” thing was over, I was able to normally log in using username/password.
At this time, I tried installing wakatime again. I got this message:
WARNING: Directory not empty: /home/ubuntu/.c9/plugins/wakatime. Use --force to overwrite.
So, I did try with the --force arg, and this is what I got:
Unknown Error getting api.c9.io/packages/wakatime/versions/3.0.2/download?access_token=9c17PAHnvS3QtPQSUN8l:500
The same happens if I try with sudo as well.
Can someone help me with this? Is this some kind of block on my account because of the password thing?
Thanks in advance!
Have a great day.