You have probably heard or already upgraded to the new MacOS version, High Sierra. The current build of PilotKit only supports MacOS Sierra and below versions.
If you are experiencing not "found error" or a blank page follow the below tutorials to get PilotKit to work again.
- When you upgraded to MacOS High Sierra you lost all the PilotKit
configuration files needed to run the app.
- MacOS High Sierra uses php 7 instead of php 5.
Open the terminal app, and copy and paste the following:
sudo bash /Applications/PilotKit/core/shell/Installer.sh
This will reinstall and create the necessary files, and fix any permission issues.
Open the following file using your text editor.
and delete all the content inside the file, once the content has been deleted, open the link below and copy the content into the new file, save the current changes.
Open the terminal app again and copy and paste
sudo apachectl -k start
sudo apachectl -k restart
That is all, now you should be able to use and see http://pilotkit.dev/