Hugo running on Android

  • vnull
  • Pub Dec 24, 2022
  • Edited Dec 25, 2022
  • 1 minute read

Hugo Running on Android

Assumption turmux already installed.

Termux on Android needs to be install. Use apt or pkg to install hugo.

Step 1 Install Hugo

apt install hugo

Start server

Will get the following:

.hugo_build.lock: function not implemented

run with --noBuildLock

hugo server --noBuildLock

Start building sites …
hugo v0.109.0+extended android/arm64 BuildDate=unknown

                   | EN
  Pages            | 35
  Paginator pages  |  0
  Non-page files   |  6
  Static files     |  1
  Processed images | 64
  Aliases          | 10
  Sitemaps         |  1
  Cleaned          |  0

Built in 981 ms

Step 2. Create New Posts

Syntax to create a new post: hugo new posts/

Create a post called hugo new posts/hugoandroid/ this creates a directory named posts

Start writing in markdown and publish in HTML.


Now we can build with markdown on the go and publish on the fly. Future post setting up Android with necessary tools.

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