I am developing on Windows 10, but running Meteor 1.4.3 on a VM (Ubuntu), with a Shared Folder between the Win10 Host and Ubuntu Guest.
I prefer running the development build on Linux - is faster and smoother than on Windows.
However when running “meteor run” I get the following error which is due to file permissions. Has anyone dealt with this and know a way round it. Virtualbox automounts the shared drive on to Ubuntu in “/media”, with Owner Root and Group Vboxsf. I have added the ubuntu user to the vboxsf group.
=> Started proxy. => A patch (Meteor 18.104.22.168) for your current release is available! Update this project now with 'meteor update --patch'. Unexpected mongo exit code 100. Restarting. Unexpected mongo exit code 100. Restarting. Unexpected mongo exit code 100. Restarting. Can't start Mongo server. MongoDB had an unspecified uncaught exception. This can be caused by MongoDB being unable to write to a local database. Check that you have permissions to write to .meteor/local. MongoDB does not support filesystems like NFS that do not allow file locking.